Carden Alvar Nature Board by Bob BowlesBig Day in Uphill


Sorry for the late report....
Thursday was a big day in Uphill. A red-shouldered hawk was calling in the morning and again in the afternoon. Turkeys were battling each other for the rights to the hens. The raven which usually disappears as soon as the crows appear was croaking over the fields to the east.

In total, I was able to list 28 species without even leaving the property.

sandhill crane
canada goose
red-shouldered hawk
wild turkey
american woodcock
mourning dove
downy woodpecker
hairy woodpecker
pileated woodpecker
eastern phoebe
blue jay
american crow
common raven
black-capped chickadee
white-breasted nuthatch
american robin
eastern bluebird
european starling
cedar waxwing
song sparrow
dark-eyed junco
red-winged blackbird
eastern meadowlark
common grackle
brown-headed cowbird
purple finch
pine siskin
american goldfinch


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