and managed to tally around 60 species! The "Bird of the Day" honor had to
be split between a Summer Tanager and Prothonotary Warbler which were
Starting off the trip in the large open area just inside the gate, a very active
male American Kestrel provided great views as it flew from tree to tree and
several Yellow-throated Warblers were also flying back and forth between
trees, possibly feeding a youngster which was seen inside one of the trees.
Another cooperative bird was an Anhinga drying out at the Dam and seemed
to enjoy showing off its "courting" turquoise eye make-up.
Another great CCAS Trip, Jim & Eileen