Checklist S60351617

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Owner Shilo McDonald

  • 1
  • 1 mi

Drove an hour up to see one bird, the Lark Bunting. And thanks to Tim and Nancy Walker, Kirk Marshall and others, who already had eyes on it, I was able to view my -- First of Life -- Lark Bunting within a minute of my arrival. Since I was there anyways, I took a look around the place.


  1. Number observed: 12

    Comments: Two small groups seen sleeping in the waters of Black Rock Creek.

  2. duck sp.

    Number observed: 2

    Comments: Flying by.

  3. Number observed: 8

    Comments: Seen prior to the entrance to the reservation.

  4. Number observed: 1
  5. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Heard only. Tu, tu, tu, tu.

  6. Number observed: 21

    Comments: Mixed flock seen resting together in a Parking Lot.

  7. Number observed: 120

    Comments: Most of these were seen in a mixed flock resting in a Parking Lot.

  8. Number observed: 15
  9. Number observed: 100

    Comments: Large flock of them swimming in Black Rock Creek. Plus others around and about.

  10. Number observed: 1
  11. Number observed: 14

    Comments: Around the edges of Black Rock Creek.

  12. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Seen soaring over the Merrimack River.

  13. Number observed: 1

    Comments: It looked as though the Sharp-shinned was chasing the Coopers.

  14. Number observed: 1

    Comments: It looked like it was being chased by the Sharp-shinned Hawk.

  15. Number observed: 1
  16. Number observed: 5
  17. Number observed: 1

    Comments: I know, I know. These photos are terrible. Mediocre at best! But, hear me out. Have you ever heard of Birders Rage? It's like Road Rage, only it happens when someone spooks a bird, which then makes it fly away. To get better pictures, I would need to get closer. And to get closer, would have made me the victim of Birders Rage. No thank you!

  18. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Hanging out with the Lark Bunting.

  19. Number observed: 4
  20. sparrow sp.

    Number observed: 1

    Comments: Little Brown Job seen in the grasses near Butler Toothpick.

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