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Excerpts from Rebekah's Journal

Baleigh & Rebekah's Bird List

April

14th: Turkey Vulture, Black-throated Green Warbler, Eastern Bluebird, Tufted Titmouse, Ovenbird, Barred Owl, Broad-winged Hawk

15th: Eastern Towhee, Eastern Phoebe, Red-eyed Vireo, Red-bellied Woodpecker

16th: American Robin, Northern Cardinal, Blackburnian Warbler

17th: Carolina Wren, Mourning Dove, Black-and-white Warbler, Wood Thrush

18th: Pileated Woodpecker, Blue Jay

20th: Ruffed Grouse, Common Raven

21st: Scarlet Tanager, Carolina Chickadee, Northern Parula

23rd: American Redstart

25th: White-breasted Nuthatch

28th: Barn Swallow, Cooper’s Hawk

May

4th: Eastern Wood-pewee, Gray Catbird

5th: Northern Mockingbird

6th: Canada Goose, Indigo Bunting

8th: Downy Woodpecker, Song Sparrow, Chestnut-sided Warbler, Brown Thrasher

9th: Veery

12th: Wild Turkey, Rose-breasted Grosbeak

14th: Ruby-throated Hummingbird

15th: Mallard, Eastern Whip-poor-will

16th: Red-winged Blackbird, Chipping Sparrow

18th: Great Blue Heron

20th: Field Sparrow

21st: Warbling Vireo

22nd: American Goldfinch

25th: Yellow-billed Cuckoo

June

8th: Bald Eagle

July

29th: White-throated Sparrow

August

19th: Common Loon

 

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