Bird Report

Huttopia May 18, 2019

8 degrees, 8 people

Had an amazing hike at Huttopia this morning with a really nice group. We heard and saw a lot of birds on the walk up to the main “centre de vie” building.  Once in the woods the ambiance was amazing.  A hermit thrush, winter wren and blackburnian warbler were all singing in a low area of the forest at around 9am.  It was magical!  Some good views of the  blackburnian warbler and oven bird. We saw a sparrow that was hard to identify.  it looked like a white-throated but the yellow dots were not present and the black and white striped crown was oddly half present.  It was blotchy.  Probably a young white throated sparrow.

28 Species:

American Crow
American Goldfinch
American Robin
Black-capped Chickadee
Black-throated Blue Warbler
Black-throated Green Warbler
Blackburnian Warbler
Brown Creeper
Canada Goose
Chipping Sparrow
Common Grackle
Dark-eyed Junco
Downy Woodpecker
Gray Catbird
Hermit Thrush
House Finch
Mourning Dove
Nashville Warbler
Red-winged Blackbird
Scarlet Tanager
Turkey Vulture
White-breasted Nuthatch
White-throated Sparrow
Winter Wren
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
vireo ?(red eyed, or blue headed)
flycatcher ?(did not get a good view and it did not sing)


Next week May 25, 2019 we meet at the Pens ticket booth at 7am.  I promised Gilles a good view of the Winter wren.

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