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Checklist S29665474

 
Location
Prime Hook NWR, Sussex County, Delaware, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Sat May 14, 2016 6:00 AM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
1
Duration:
14 hour(s)
Distance:
10.0 mile(s)
Observers:
Keith Maley
Species
118 species total
41
4

Turkle and Fleetwood Ponds

9
2

Broadkill Beach Rd.

2

Pair seen from Dike Trail.

1

Female, diving in Turkle Pond. Small brown duck with thin bill, crest, white patches on wings.

2

Field approaching Visitor Center.

10
2

Pair flying at sunset above Turkle Pond and Fleetwood Pond.

3

Prime Hook Beach neighborhood area.

2
6

Dike Trail, Black Farm Trail, and Prime Hook Beach Rd.

215
7
1

Maintenance sheds.

45
1

Prime Hook Beach Road, associating with Ruddy Turnstones. All lined up on a floating pipe.

3

Prime Hook Beach.

56
55
60
28
5
14
1

Flyover Broadkill Beach Rd.

7
33
12
6
4

Prime Hook Beach Rd.

2

Dike Trail.

18
123

Most at Prime Hook Beach Rd. Smaller flock standing off Broadkill Beach Rd.

22
16
13
2
7
1
12
15
6
1

Perched above field approaching Visitor Center.

1
3
1

Black Farm Trail.

1

Pine Grove Trail.

1
1

Barreling down Broadkill Beach Rd, then perched on a snag affording good scope views.

1

Flying lazily above Fowler Beach Rd.

6

Pine Grove Trail.

1

Pine Grove Trail.

1

Boardwalk Trail.

16
17
2
1

Late. Vireo with bright white spectacles on a bluish-gray head, with contrasting white throat and underside. Blue Goose Trail.

5
3
2
6
27
52
13
4
6
3
1

Prime Hook Beach Rd.

9
7
3
2

Pine Grove Trail.

18
70

Conservative estimate.

4
3
25
8
4

Prime Hook Beach neighborhood area.

18
2

Field approaching Visitor Center.

10
9
7
1
2
1

Black Farm Trail.

1

Field approaching Visitor Center.

5
1

Blue Goose Trail.

44
29
31
8
1

Boardwalk Trail.

11
4
38
19
10
3
1

Pine Grove Trail in mixed flock. Singing, great views.

1

Black Farm Trail. In mixed flock, tame. Tried to land on tripod I was carrying.

7
8
5
1

Pine Grove Trail.

8
1

Pine Grove Trail. Singing, high in canopy, brief views.

1

Turkle Pond Road.

1

Pine Grove Trail.

1

Blue Goose Trail.

1

Entrance gate. Male, vocalizing constantly. Last bird of the day.

1

Entrance Gate. Male perched and singing high in canopy. First bird of the day.

9
14
12
2

Prime Hook Beach neighborhood area.

 

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Yes