Wolf Creek Nature Preserve June 5, 2005

All photos courtesy of Dave Lewis. For description hover mouse over picture.

Species Count Bobolink  Dave Lewis
Chimney Swift 10
Ruby throated Hummingbird 1
Red bell Woodpecker 1
Acadian Flycatcher 2
Eastern Kingbird 1
Eastern Phoebe 1
Willow Flycatcher 3
Red eye Vireo 1
Blue Jay 6
American Crow 2
Barn Swallow 1
Tree Swallow 10 Meadowlark  Dave Lewis
Black cap Chickadee 2
Carolina Chickadee 1
House Wren 2
Eastern Bluebird 1
American Robin 2
European Starling 3
Common Yellow Throat 6
Yellow Warbler 4
Eastern Towhee 1
Field Sparrow 3
Song Sparrow 6
N Cardinal 4
Rose breast Grosbeak 1 Song Sparrow  Dave Lewis
Indigo Bunting 2
Bobolink 1
Red wing Blackbird 25
Eastern Meadowlark 3
Common Grackle 2
Brown head Cowbird 2
Baltimore Oriole 2
American Goldfinch 6
House Sparrow 2

Here's a field report from Laurie Boylan, one of the attendees. Thanks, Laurie!

Wolf Creek Environmental Center - June 5, 2005
3 attendees!!!
I agree, it was HOT!
12-1:30 PM - walk with Demetra Mihevic (naturalist at the Center)
House wren
American robin
European starling
Red-winged blackbird
Tree swallow
American crow
Northern cardinal
Field sparrow
Common yellowthroat
1:30-4:30 PM - Laurie and Dave walk!
Eastern bluebird
Song sparrow
Blue jay
Eastern kingbird
Eastern meadowlark
Turkey vulture
Not sure if you want this info, but here it is:
There is a group of 17 turkeys that reside there and come to the feeders often, but we missed them.
Very interesting - saw "historical" trees - they keep them in plastic tubes until large.  Trees or seeds come from historical places. 
Very interesting - saw a 300 year old Basswood tree, rotted out but still alive. 
Saw lots of "galls" - with little holes in them where the birds pecked the insect larvae out.

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