Here's a cool new gadget from Bird-trax that lets visitors to our site see lists of birds recently seen in our area that have been reported to eBird.



The following birds were seen on the August 5, 2017, joint outing with the Sierra Club.


1. Great Blue Heron

2. Snowy Egret

3. Great Egret

4. Roseate Spoonbill

5. Glossy Ibis

6. Caspian Tern

7. Wood Stork

8. Osprey

9. Bald Eagle

10. Double-Crested Cormorant

11. Anhinga

12. Northern Cardinal

13. Painted Bunting

14. Carolina Wren

15. White Ibis

16. Barn Swallow

17. Sanderling

18. Mourning Dove

19. Black-crowned Night Heron

20. Yellow-crowned Night Heron

21. Carolina Chickadee

22. Brown Thrasher

23. Blue Jay

24. Mockingbird

25. Eastern Bluebird

26. Green Heron

27. Clapper Rail

28. Semipalmated Plover

29. Laughing Gull

30. Brown Pelican

31. Willet

32. Ring-billed Gull

33. Forster's Tern

34. Royal Tern

35. Tree Swallow




Member Photographs

Photos From Huntington Beach State Park by Bill Gobbel


Photos By Stephen P. Berkowitz

The hermit thrush has been hanging around my suet feeder and birdbath all fall and winter. I see it nearly every day. The useful species I.D. shot of the yellow-rumped warbler was taken from my kayak on the Black River last week. The puffin comes from my trip to Iceland and the Orkney, Shetland and Faroe Islands last summer.

I spent a really fine six days on Little St. Simons Island, Georgia, from March 13-19, so here are a few pics for the WAS website. eastern diamondback rattlesnake, a pair of Wilson’s plovers, a willet, and a leopard frog in the duckweed.


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