Leaders: Kathy Horn, Roger Horn
In the middle of June, you don’t necessarily expect to see a lot of birds. But the birds at Garrett Preserve were pretty cooperative this morning, willing to be both heard and seen. Yellow-breasted Chats were particularly active with several perched up, singing, and one doing a display flight. A couple of male Blue Grosbeaks also obligingly sat up, singing, as did a Common Yellow-throat and some Field Sparrows. Considering that the sun was out and the humidity low, it was a very nice morning!
|Great Blue Heron (Blue form)||1|
|Carolina Wren (Northern)||6|