Checklist S61152069

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Owner Martina Nordstrand

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  • 7 mi
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Observations

  1. Number observed: 1

    Details: Random flyover! I was looking at some Gadwall flying over the Lowgrounds when I noticed a large white bird flying behind them. My very first impression was White Ibis, but I quickly realized it was a white goose. I was able to get a few photos. Size was rather small in the field (obviously hard to judge) and I noticed the stubby bill and short neck as it banked. Otherwise, a white goose with a pink bill and black primaries. It flew east and landed somewhere in the corn stubble, was unable to relocate but I'd imagine it will stick around.

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  2. Number observed: 10
  3. Number observed: 5
  4. Number observed: 60
  5. Number observed: 40
  6. Number observed: 5
  7. Number observed: 2
  8. Number observed: 8
  9. Number observed: 6
  10. Number observed: 1
  11. Number observed: 1
  12. Number observed: 6
  13. Number observed: 1
  14. Number observed: 1
  15. Number observed: 3
  16. Number observed: 8
  17. Number observed: 1
  18. Number observed: 1
  19. Number observed: 3
  20. Number observed: 1

    Details: Wow! The first time I've run into a screech-owl randomly in the woods. It was along the trail that leads to the back of Arrowhead Lake, to a blind. I first noticed a mixed flock of birds furiously scolding something and saw the owl from a distance. I approached as the mobbing continued and the bird didn't move, but did assume a defensive posture. I took a few photos then backed off. Was still there when I passed the tree again. The mob included titmice, chickadees, Chipping Sparrows, both kinglets, bluebirds, sapsuckers, a flicker, a Winter Wren, Pine Warblers, Yellow-rumped Warblers, and Carolina Wrens.

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  21. Number observed: 2
  22. Number observed: 1
  23. Number observed: 6
  24. Number observed: 25

    Details: Not an unusual count at Pee Dee. There were more than usual at the boardwalk this morning- counted 16 alone here. Many more throughout the refuge. One juvenile was very aggressive and chased off several other woodpecker species, including two Pileateds!

  25. Number observed: 6
  26. Number observed: 1
  27. Number observed: 6
  28. Number observed: 5
  29. Number observed: 14
  30. Number observed: 1
  31. Number observed: 6
  32. Number observed: 15
  33. Number observed: 10
  34. Number observed: 30
  35. Number observed: 25
  36. Number observed: 6
  37. Number observed: 15
  38. Number observed: 4
  39. Number observed: 15
  40. Number observed: 1
  41. Number observed: 4
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  42. Number observed: 8
  43. Number observed: 12
  44. Number observed: 2
  45. Number observed: 1
  46. Number observed: 6
  47. Number observed: 35
  48. Number observed: 6
  49. Number observed: 20
  50. Number observed: 35
  51. Number observed: 3
  52. Number observed: 10
  53. Number observed: 12
  54. Number observed: 25
  55. Number observed: 60

    Details: I don't think I've ever seen so many SWSP in my life. The boardwalk at dawn was absolutely covered with them- I was surrounded on all sides by a horde of SWSP. I tried in vain to find a Lincoln’s...

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  56. Number observed: 6
  57. Number observed: 500
  58. Number observed: 800

    Details: Majority of the flock in the Lowgrounds from what I could see and hear. Mainly foraging in the patches of woods in the middle of the fields.

  59. blackbird sp.

    Number observed: 800

    Details: A large portion of the blackbird flock was hidden or distant

  60. Number observed: 1
  61. Number observed: 2
  62. Number observed: 6
  63. Number observed: 6
  64. Number observed: 10
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