Carden Alvar Nature Board by Bob BowlesCarden June 20th


We spent a bit of time up on the Alvar this morning and found lots of song including a great male Yellow-throated Vireo along Cty Rd 35, a Golden-winged Warbler near the Sedge Wren Marsh, lost of Black-billed Cuckoos and one Yellow-billed, many Upland Sandpipers, a family of bluebirds, two Virginia Rails walking on Wylie Rd near MacNamee (!!), two Clay-colored Sparrows, over a dozen Grasshopper Sparrows and a wonderful Adult Northern Goshawk north of the Sedge Wren Marsh. We didn't look for shrikes so we missed them, but we did look for Sedge Wrens and we missed them as well - this echoes the experience of other observers this year. Several Marsh Wrens had replaced them at the "Sedge "Wren Marsh".


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