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Location
Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve, St. Louis County, Minnesota, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Tue Sep 01, 2015 6:16 AM
Protocol:
Stationary
Party Size:
2
Duration:
10 hour(s), 7 minute(s)
Observers:
Alex Lamoreaux , Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory Data List , Kaija Gahm List
Comments:
Morning flight count starting at sunrise, with most activity ending by 10:30am - just in time for the raptors to start moving, although there was light songbird movement throughout the day. Hot and humid all day, with hazy skies. Light S wind.

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Species
77 species (+9 other taxa) total
12

Single flock, heading uplake

1

Female flying E

24
1

Flew off the ridge, and down to E

10600

Careful count (10,598 officially) as CONI streamed past during the morning hours. Many more along the lakeshore were counted separately by Karl B.

© Alex Lamoreaux

3
22

Singles flying past - female types

1
4

Heading E

2

One flyover heading E; one on lake

12

Locals...

1

Adult heading S

Age & Sex
Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
Male
Female
Sex Unknown 1
4

2 adult males, 1 immature, 1 adult female

Age & Sex
Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
Male 2
Female 1
Sex Unknown 1
59

Immatures

Age & Sex
Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
Male
Female
Sex Unknown 59
4

Immatures

Age & Sex
Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
Male
Female
Sex Unknown 4
10

7 adults, 3 immatures

Age & Sex
Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
Male
Female
Sex Unknown 3 7
22

Most or all immatures

3

Immature light type Easterns

Age & Sex
Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
Male
Female
Sex Unknown 3
4

Singles in morning flight

3

Singles in morning flight

© Alex Lamoreaux

5
1
10
41

Mix of ages/sexes

5

Female types - one came in to the owl decoy screaming constantly, so I made a recording with my iPhone 5S (DEJU, WTSP, BLJA, and an Eastern Chipmunk can be heard as well).

© Alex Lamoreaux

Recorded with my iPhone 5S (DEJU, WTSP, BLJA, and an Eastern Chipmunk can be heard as well).

Behaviors:
call
Playback:
Not used
Recorder:
iPhone 5S

© Alex Lamoreaux

© Alex Lamoreaux

© Alex Lamoreaux

© Alex Lamoreaux

© Alex Lamoreaux

1

Adult - first of season

Age & Sex
Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
Male
Female
Sex Unknown 1
2
1

Flyover - small, short, duller underside than YBFL, and big eyerings

2
Empidonax sp.
7
3
3

© Alex Lamoreaux

471

Incredible numbers of REVI in morning flight this am!

© Alex Lamoreaux

1000
Philadelphia/Red-eyed Vireo

Probably mostly REVI...flyovers in morning flight

118

Many small flocks

22
1
1
1
84

Multiple small groups and one group of 48

4
swallow sp.
6
10
1
3
28

Singles and small groups in morning flight

34
Catharus sp.

Brown thrushes in flight...

© Alex Lamoreaux

1
42
3
970

Many migrant flocks

6

Single flock

© Alex Lamoreaux

118

Many small groups in flight

60
6

© Alex Lamoreaux

1
40
1
6
sparrow sp.
41

Many small flocks

16

Mix of ages/sexes in morning flight

© Alex Lamoreaux

40

Distant towards lakeshore - multiple flocks

1
20
blackbird sp.
9
13

Singles in morning flight

© Alex Lamoreaux

29

Singles and pairs in morning flight

486

Singles and small groups in morning flight - one of the more common species today

© Alex Lamoreaux

© Alex Lamoreaux

200

Singles and pairs in morning flight - one of the more common species today

1
403

Singles and small groups in morning flight - one of the more common species today

58

Singles in morning flight

© Alex Lamoreaux

7
26

Singles in morning flight

12

Singles in morning flight

© Alex Lamoreaux

© Alex Lamoreaux

10
30

Singles in morning flight

6

© Alex Lamoreaux

© Alex Lamoreaux

12
Bay-breasted/Blackpoll Warbler

Either BBWA or BLPW....photos confirmed both were present.

4
1

© Alex Lamoreaux

1
10898
warbler sp. (Parulidae sp.)

Massive flight of warblers starting at sunrise and mostly stopping by 10:30am - obviously so many had to go unidentified, but the ones that came close enough to see/photograph/hear were IDed to species.

19

Mostly singles in morning flight - all yellow birds

51

Singles and pairs in morning flight - mix of ages/sexes but of the ones seen well, most were female type

© Alex Lamoreaux

Age:
Adult
Sex:
Female

© Alex Lamoreaux

Sex:
Female

© Alex Lamoreaux

Age:
Juvenile
Sex:
Male
414
passerine sp.

Unknown flyover songbirds....

Additional species seen by Kaija Gahm:
2
Bay-breasted Warbler
 

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

Yes