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New Road and Conway Sewage Ponds

Hi all,
    With the rain holding off, today I birded and looked for butterflies
along New Road and at the Conway Sewage Ponds.  I was solo on a day that was
cloudy but windless.  All told 30 species.  Nothing trully exciting or
unexpected. Best observations were:
Ring-necked Duck-44
Lesser Scaup-2
Least Sandpiper-27
Yellow-throated Warblers 2 were heard only in the swamp between the sewage
pond and Lake Busbee, didn't hear a one along New Road.
Am. Goldfinch-at least 10 feeding on some opening tree buds.

fair birding,

Jack Peachey
Conway, SC