Tuesday, July 20, 2010
While checking out routes for a fall scouting event, I discovered a grassland bonanza near the parking area. There were many Bobolinks and Savannah Sparrows in the first 100 meters of the trail. Further along, Indigo Buntings flew across as a biked along and a Common Yellowthroat responded to pishing.
Near the old disused bridge over the Lapeche River, a Magnolia Warbler was lurking.
And at Pine Road, a family of Wild Turkeys was on the edge of the road.