zondag 9 oktober 2011

A repeat of yesterday

This morning was very much a repeat of yesterday, weather wise but also concerning birds. It was a beautfiful morning:
Canada Geese in on of the ponds.
Sunrise: visible mistnets already early in the morning

So as I already said today was practically a repeat: just like yesterday we banded 75 new birds. A total of 109 birds were processed. 

Northern Flicker 1 -
Eastern Phoebe 2 -
Blue-headed Vireo 2 -
House Wren 2 -
Winter Wren 6 -
Golden-crowned Kinglet 2 -
Ruby-crowned Kinglet 15 -
Gray-cheeked Thrush 1 -
Swainson's Thrush 2 -
Hermit Thrush 2 -
Gray Catbird 3 -
Tennessee Warbler 1 -
Orange-crowned Warbler 1 -
Magnolia Warbler 2 -
Yellow-rumped Warbler 7 -
Blackpoll Warbler 2 -
Ovenbird 1 -
Eastern Towhee 2 -
Chipping Sparrow 1 -
Song Sparrow 6 -
Swamp Sparrow 2 -
White-throated Sparrow 8 -
White-crowned Sparrow 1 -
American Goldfinch 3 -

Total 75, 24 species

I still wanted to share these cool photos of the American Bittern we banded last Tuesday:
Flairing up
Both pictures taken by Brandon

Belted Kingfisher, female, from a couple of days ago

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