On March 19, 10 birders participated in the monthly Pepper Creek bird walk.
The weather was good and we were able to identify 29 species.
Some highlights were a flock of cedar waxwings in a nearby tree so everyone got a good look. Also we heard Red eyed and Yellow throated vireos singing although they were not close enough to get binoculars on them. A real treat for everyone was a Barred Owl sitting on a bare branch only 15 to 20 feet off the trail. He sat there for a few minutes and allowed everyone to get awesome looks at him.
The next Pepper Creek Walk will be April 23.