Birding Buddies April 4, 2009
|Report||Photo courtesy of Penny O'Connor|
|Birding Buddies IBA favorite walk
Saturday, April 4, 2009
Six birders met by Mastick Woods Golf Course and walked the trail by the stables. Chilly gray weather to begin, turning to sunshine and blue skies.
Our goal was seven woodpeckers. We had to settle for five. There were several Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers along the way. Other highlights were three spiraling Brown Creepers and a circling Bald Eagle.
This was an impromptu walk, a get-together to enjoy a great birding spot in the Rocky River Important Bird Area.
We hope to have more! Let us know if you would like to suggest a time and place. Definitely if the Cliff Swallows return, we will e-mail everyone for a walk. To have an invite sent to the group, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Penny at 216-676-4859, or email@example.com
Bird list WCAS first Birding Buddies walk 4/4/09
Birders in blue