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Location:     East Creek Wildlife Management  Area
Observation date:     7/14/10
Notes:   Of the 6 Wood Duck, 5 were ducklings. Of the 11 Mallard, 9 were  
ducklings in two families. One duckling was almost black with a white neck 
patch  going down to the water line. Eastern Kingbird [FY] and Common Grackle  
[FY].
Number of species:     29

Canada Goose   75
Wood Duck     6
Mallard      11
Hooded Merganser     2
Pied-billed Grebe   1
Great Blue Heron     2
American  Kestrel     2
Ring-billed Gull     6
Belted  Kingfisher     1
Willow Flycatcher      2
Eastern Kingbird     3
American Crow      5
Common Raven     1
Tree Swallow      8
Barn Swallow     4
Marsh Wren      4
American Robin     2
Gray Catbird      2
European Starling     1
Common Yellowthroat   1
Song Sparrow     2
Swamp Sparrow   2
Northern Cardinal     1
Bobolink   4
Red-winged Blackbird     13
Eastern  Meadowlark     2
Common Grackle      3
American Goldfinch     2
House Sparrow      1

Location:     Dead Creek WMA IBA - Brilyea  Access
Observation date:     7/14/10
Notes:   Peregrine Falcon, both adults perched in the same dead tree. [No  
bands observed.] Flyover of 6 shorebirds, possibly dowitchers. Of the 15  
Mallard, 4 were ducklings.
Number of species:      34

Mallard     15
Great Blue Heron      6
Green Heron     1
Osprey      3
Red-tailed Hawk     1
Peregrine Falcon      2
Killdeer     13
Spotted Sandpiper      4
Solitary Sandpiper     1
Lesser Yellowlegs   3
Semipalmated Sandpiper     1
Least  Sandpiper     18
Short-billed Dowitcher (Prairie)   1
Ring-billed Gull     2
Caspian Tern   1
Mourning Dove     1
Downy Woodpecker   1
Willow Flycatcher     3
Eastern  Kingbird     2
American Crow     1
Tree  Swallow     X
Barn Swallow     6
Marsh  Wren     6
American Robin     4
Gray  Catbird     2
Brown Thrasher     2
Cedar  Waxwing     9
Common Yellowthroat      2
Savannah Sparrow     1
Song Sparrow      6
Swamp Sparrow     3
Red-winged Blackbird   8
Baltimore Oriole     1
American  Goldfinch     8

Location:     Shoreham
Observation date:   7/14/10
Notes:     Route 22A, wetland just south  of Shoreham/Bridport line. Of the 
9 Wood Duck, 8 were ducklings.
Number of  species:     4

Wood Duck      9
Killdeer     7
American Crow      1
Red-winged Blackbird     5

This report was generated  automatically by eBird v2(http://ebird.org/vt)


Cheers,
Roy Pilcher
The Gables at East Mountain, Rutland,  Vermont

Speaking the same language.