Route 10 -- Gum Springs Church Road SW

Southeastern Chatham County

Date -- June 17, 2000
Time -- 5:15 EDT
Observers -- Sue Brady


A hen Wild Turkey started things off -- also Whip-poor-wills!   Followed by record numbers of Northern Rough-winged Swallows and Blue-gray Gnatcatchers -- and some good warblers!

WITUWild Turkey1
NOBONorthern Bobwhite2
MODOMourning Dove11
CHSWChimney Swift6
RTHURuby-thr Hummingbird1
DOWODowny Woodpecker3
HAWOHairy Woodpecker1
NOFLN Flicker2
EAWPE Wood-Pewee1
EAPHE Phoebe1
GCFLGr Crested Flycatcher1
BLJABlue Jay2
AMCRAm Crow12
NRWSN Rough-winged Swal20
BARSBarn Swallow10
CACHCarolina Chickadee8
TUTITufted Titmouse6
BHNUBrown-headed Nuthatch2
CARWCarolina Wren4
BGGNB-g Gnatcatcher21
EABLE Bluebird9
WOTHWood Thrush11
AMROAm Robin6
GRCAGray Catbird2
NOMON Mockingbird10
BRTHBrown Thrasher2
EUSTEur Starling47
NOPANorthern Parula2
YTWAYellow-throated Warbler1
PIWAPine Warbler1
LOWALa Waterthrush1
HOWAHooded Warbler1
YBCHYellow-breasted Chat 3
SUTASummer Tanager9
EATOE Towhee4
CHSPChipping Sparrow7
NOCAN Cardinal19
INBUIndigo Bunting5
COGRCom Grackle24
BHCOBrown-headed Cowbird2
AMGOAm Goldfinch8