Sunday, May 9, 2010

High Point & Stokes on Sunday

Cold and windy made for tough conditions, but birds were still found. Veeries were all over the roads in High Point and I had to push them out of the way (gently, of course!) with my car. Here's a pic that I took over the top of the windshield of my Miata.

The black spruce bog on Ridge Rd. in High Point held several singing Canada Warblers, 3-4 singing Northern Waterthrushes, a Black-throated Blue, and a Magnolia.

Hawk nests are always a priority. This Broad-winged Hawk nest is on Grau Rd., at the second road sign / pole #8 south of the Ocquitunk Campground in Stokes. It's viewable from the road without disturbing the bird.

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