Route 10 -- Gum Springs Church Road SW

Southeastern Chatham County

Date -- June 16, 2002
Time -- 5:25 EDT
Observers -- Brian Strong


Song Sparrows in southeastern Chatham! And it is always encouraging to find some forest birds, like Acadian Flycatcher and Hooded Warbler.

RSHARed-shouldered Hawk3
NOBONorthern Bobwhite4
MODOMourning Dove25
YBCUYellow-billed Cuckoo3
BAOWBarred Owl1
CHSWChimney Swift7
RBWORed-bellied Woodpecker11
NOFLN Flicker3
EAWPE Wood-Pewee3
ACFLAcadian Flycatcher1
EAKIE Kingbird1
WEVIWhite-eyed Vireo1
YTVIYellow-throated Vireo0
REVIRed-eyed Vireo6
BLJABlue Jay2
AMCRAm Crow18
CACHCarolina Chickadee6
TUTITufted Titmouse13
CARWCarolina Wren5
HOWRHouse Wren1
BGGNB-g Gnatcatcher6
EABLE Bluebird10
WOTHWood Thrush2
AMROAm Robin1
GRCAGray Catbird2
NOMON Mockingbird10
BRTHBrown Thrasher1
EUSTEur Starling1
YTWAYellow-throated Warbler2
PIWAPine Warbler1
PRAWPrairie Warbler3
LOWALa Waterthrush0
COYECom Yellowthroat1
HOWAHooded Warbler1
YBCHYellow-breasted Chat 6
SUTASummer Tanager5
SCTAScarlet Tanager1
EATOE Towhee7
CHSPChipping Sparrow6
SOSPSong Sparrow2
NOCAN Cardinal23
BLGRBlue Grosbeak2
INBUIndigo Bunting4
RWBLRed-wing Blackbird6
EAMEE Meadowlark1
BHCOBrown-headed Cowbird4
HOFIHouse Finch3
AMGOAm Goldfinch14
HOSPHouse Sparrow2