WCAS Survey of land parcel at Seneca Golf Course
Oct 13, 2010

We found lots of birds and a few interesting finds.

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Here is a listing of observations at the Seneca Golf Course parcel on October 13, 2010

 

Canada Goose 2

Raptor scat white droppings below deciduous trees, probably hawk (scat below pine trees would be owl).

Red-bellied Woodpeckers 5

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker substantial evidence (many rows of holes on one tree).

Downy Woodpecker 4

Hairy Woodpecker 1 male, 1 female

Pileated Woodpecker 1

Blue Jay 12

American Crow 2

Black-capped Chickadee 14

Tufted Titmouse 3

White-breasted Nuthatch 7

Brown Creeper 1

Golden Kinglet 4

Ruby-crowned Kinglet 1

Eastern Bluebird 4

Hermit Thrush 1

American Robin 20

European Starling 1

Yellow-rumped Warbler 5

Eastern Towhee 1 female

Song Sparrow 1

White-throated Sparrow 42 (a considerable number, although not surprising since this is fall migration).

Northern Cardinal 2

Red-winged Blackbird 14

Cadillac El Dorado 1 (200 meters inside wood line north of Valley Parkway), probably been there since 1960.

Deer bait apparatus 1 (also about 200 inside wood line north of Valley Parkway).

Hunter tree stand 2 (found at base of trees 100 meters inside wood line north of Valley Parkway, one with full bag of hunting equipment).

 

 

The group of observers were:

Paula Lozano

Bob Finkelstein

Connie Hausman

Tom Romito

Mary Anne Romito

 


 

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