Checklist S18023605

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Owner Rex Rowan

Traveling
  • 1
  • 1 mi
Comments

Most of the warblers were on the slope leading down to the first bridge.

Observations

  1. Number observed: 1
  2. Number observed: 1
  3. Number observed: 4
  4. Number observed: 1
  5. Number observed: 1
  6. Number observed: 4
    Breeding Code: P Pair in Suitable Habitat (Probable)
  7. Number observed: 7
    Breeding Code: S Singing Male (Possible)
  8. Number observed: 1
  9. Number observed: 2
  10. Number observed: 2
    Breeding Code: S Singing Male (Possible)
  11. Number observed: 9
    Breeding Code: P Pair in Suitable Habitat (Probable)
  12. Number observed: 4
  13. Number observed: 5
    Breeding Code: S Singing Male (Possible)
  14. Number observed: 3
  15. Number observed: 2
  16. Number observed: 4
  17. Number observed: 3
  18. Number observed: 4
    Breeding Code: S Singing Male (Possible)
  19. Number observed: 1
  20. Number observed: 3
    Breeding Code: S Singing Male (Possible)
  21. Number observed: 1
  22. Number observed: 6

    Comments: All males, at least two singing.

  23. Number observed: 1
    Breeding Code: S Singing Male (Possible)
  24. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Rather moldy looking, still mostly in winter plumage.

  25. Number observed: 1
  26. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Not a common spring migrant here, but unusually common at Cedar Key (Gulf Coast migrant trap) this spring as well. Male bird at the top of a sweetgum tree. Yellow face, black chin and throat extending as heavy streaking down sides. Underparts white otherwise.

  27. Number observed: 1
    Breeding Code: S Singing Male (Possible)
  28. Number observed: 15

    Comments: One female singing as well. It may have been a territorial matter, as she engaged in an altercation with another female.

    Breeding Code: S Singing Male (Possible)
  29. Number observed: 1
  30. Number observed: 3