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Checklist S30109233

 
Location
Acadia NP--Pretty Marsh picnic area, Hancock County, Maine, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Sat Jun 04, 2016 1:30 PM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
13
Duration:
2 hour(s), 30 minute(s)
Distance:
0.6 mile(s)
Observers:
Acadia Birding Festival , Doug Hitchcox List , Kyle Lima List
Comments:
Acadia Birding Festival's "1:30pm-4:00pm Pretty Marsh & Long Pond Fire Road" trip. We spent the whole time along the Pretty Marsh Picnic road. Highlights included: singing male Blackburnian Warbler at tree tops, nesting Red-breasted Nuthatch (bringing in food and removing fecal sacs) and abundant Red Crossbills in view for nearly the entire walk.
Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.2.1 Build 65
Species
17 species total
1

heard only | calling obnoxiously for a few minutes; possibly a second bird too

1
1
Breeding Code
S Singing Male (Possible)
3
5
3
Breeding Code
NY Nest with Young (Confirmed)

© Doug Hitchcox

Average Quality
2
Breeding Code
S Singing Male (Possible)
1
Breeding Code
S Singing Male (Possible)
3
2
22

Several small flocks moving around independently but often leaving together. Almost always in ear-shot but seen on the edge of the road throughout. Audio recorded.

© Doug Hitchcox

© Doug Hitchcox

2
2
Breeding Code
S Singing Male (Possible)
1
Breeding Code
S Singing Male (Possible)
5
Breeding Code
S Singing Male (Possible)
3
Breeding Code
S Singing Male (Possible)
4
Breeding Code
S Singing Male (Possible)

© Doug Hitchcox

Average Quality
Age:
Adult
Sex:
Male

© Kyle Lima

Average Quality

© Kyle Lima

Average Quality
Additional species seen by Doug Hitchcox:
14
Red Crossbill (Sitka Spruce or type 10)
7
Red Crossbill (Appalachian or type 1)
Additional species seen by Kyle Lima:
14
Red Crossbill (Sitka Spruce or type 10)
7
Red Crossbill (Appalachian or type 1)
 

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Yes