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Checklist S46367668

 
Location
Cape Hatteras NS--Salt Pond, Dare County, North Carolina, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Thu Jun 07, 2018 6:20 AM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
1
Duration:
2 hour(s), 58 minute(s)
Distance:
3.452 mile(s)
Observers:
Karen Lebing
Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.6.36
Species
50 species total
65
Canada Goose
23
American Black Duck
ML103601771

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
2
Green-winged Teal

Two birds seen in the ponds near the detour road.

ML103602501

© Karen Lebing

Age:
Adult
Sex:
Male
3
Red-breasted Merganser
ML103602051

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
ML103602061

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
2
Double-crested Cormorant
5
Brown Pelican
5
Great Egret
1
Reddish Egret

Bird was in the smallest pond near the point. These photos were taken from a dune at the end of the detour road, next to the enclosed area.

ML103601921

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
ML103601931

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
ML103601941

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
1
Roseate Spoonbill

Bird seen in the farthest south, small pond near the point. Two photos taken from the end of the detour road. The farthest photo was taken from the point.

ML103603491

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
ML103603501

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
ML103603511

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
1
Turkey Vulture
2
Osprey (carolinensis)
1
King Rail

Heard

2
American Oystercatcher
ML103602141

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
ML103602151

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
ML103602161

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
4
Black-bellied Plover
ML103602231

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
Sex:
Male
2
Piping Plover
ML103602281

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
ML103602291

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
1
Killdeer
2
Ruddy Turnstone
ML103603151

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
1
Red Knot
ML103602031

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
1
Sanderling
12
Semipalmated Sandpiper
ML103602341

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
22
Short-billed Dowitcher
ML103601721

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
ML103601731

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
2
Greater Yellowlegs
10
Willet
Breeding Code
T Territorial Defense (Probable)
ML103603191

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
50
Laughing Gull
5
Herring Gull
2
Lesser Black-backed Gull
9
Great Black-backed Gull
ML103638411

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
50
Least Tern
4
Gull-billed Tern

These terns were swooping and feeding in the ponds along ramp 44. I understand they nest nearby.

ML103602841

© Karen Lebing

1
Caspian Tern
ML103602571

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
1
Roseate Tern

Flew along shore at point. Dark bill but more slender than gull-billed. Made distinctive croak. Could not get photo.

1
Common Tern
ML103602641

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
2
Forster's Tern

Appears to still be in winter plumage.

ML103602691

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
60
Royal Tern
ML103602871

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
ML103602881

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
1
Sandwich Tern

See the photo--the two smaller gulls at the far right of the royal terns.

ML103602911

© Karen Lebing

Average Quality
2
Black Skimmer
2
Mourning Dove
1
Great Crested Flycatcher
2
Purple Martin
8
Barn Swallow
2
Carolina Wren
1
Brown Thrasher
1
Northern Mockingbird
2
European Starling
2
Common Yellowthroat
1
Northern Cardinal
1
Eastern Meadowlark
24
Red-winged Blackbird
Breeding Code
S Singing Male (Possible)
2
Common Grackle
8
Boat-tailed Grackle
 

Are you submitting a complete checklist of the birds you were able to identify?

Yes