This morning I joined the Orange Audubon Society at the Three Lakes Wildlife Management Area. My biggest hope was to see a Red-cockaded Woodpecker. It was wonderful to see two of them. We also found a Summer Tanager, the first I've seen this year. Other highlights were many Eastern Bluebirds, Carolina Chickadees, Pine Warblers, Eastern Towhees, about three Bachman's Sparrows, several Northern Bobwhites, and a Crested Caracara. The Red-cockaded Woodpecker was a life bird for me.
Congratulations on a life bird! Looks like you had a good day. That area is really special.ReplyDelete
Yes it is, and I can't believe I didn't visit sooner; I won't neglect this place any more though.ReplyDelete
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