Bell Slough and Two Rivers Park 10/18/2008

ASCA had a field trip to Bell Slough (North) today. After covering the area we decided to also go to Two Rivers Park to look for the Clay-colored Sparrow that was seen there on Friday. Alas no Clay-colored Sparrow was seen but we did see plenty of other good birds.

Species seen or heard:
Bell Slough (32 species):
• Great Blue Heron
• Pied-billed Grebe
• Northern Cardinal
• Blue Jay
• Double-crested Cormorant
• Great Egret
• Belted Kingfisher
• American Crow
• Mallard
• Northern Flicker
• Carolina Chickadee
• Mourning Dove
• Killdeer
• American White Pelican
• Carolina Wren
• White-throated Sparrow
• Downy Woodpecker
• Ruby-crowned Kinglet
• Red-bellied Woodpecker
• Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
• Turkey Vulture
• Pine Warbler
• Canada Goose
• Red-winged Blackbird
• Black Vulture
• Broad-winged Hawk
• Red-headed Woodpecker
• Wood Duck
• Chipping Sparrow
• House Finch
• Northern Mockingbird
• Tufted Titmouse

Two Rivers Park (20 species):
• Blue Jay
• Carolina Chickadee
• Yellow-rumped Warbler
• Carolina Wren
• Red-bellied Woodpecker
• Ruby-crowned Kinglet
• Song Sparrow
• Mourning Dove
• Turkey Vulture
• Eastern Phoebe
• Cooper’s Hawk
• American Crow
• Vesper Sparrow
• Red-shouldered Hawk
• Northern Cardinal
• Northern Mockingbird
• Eastern Meadowlark
• Double-crested Cormorant
• Eastern Wood-pewee
• Eastern Bluebird
• Fish Crow

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