AM Walk in the Park
The woods were alive with the sounds of Northern Cardinals and Carolina Wrens belting out their melodious songs. Between these songs were the scolds of Tufted Titmouse, Yellow-rumped Warbler "chups", whispered wheezy Gnatcatchers, and the "REEEP!"s of the newly arrived Great Crested Flycatchers. An Eastern Phoebe called while a local Northern Parula warmed up his best singing voice. Blue Jays voiced Red-shouldered Hawk impressions from the brush, while migrant flocks of Goldfinches and Cedar Waxwings flit from tree top to tree top.
a "birding bonus", female Wood Duck - digiscoped 3/5/07 w/Leica Televid scope & D-Lux 3 camera
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