chipperatl Posted July 2, 2022 Share Posted July 2, 2022 For my county only. Bold numbers are new highs for me. Highlights: I've seen 13 of what I call Code 4 and 5 birds this year. Typical year I see 6. 4 new County Lifers (1 away from #250) White-winged Crossbill (Feb) Whimbrel - self-found, 1st County record (April) Connecticut Warbler - Lifer (May) Red-necked Phalarope - self-found, 1st County Record, Lifer, and 200th May species for the County First Spring Records (May) for the following, all found within 1/2 mile of each other. Franklin's Gull - self-found Black-bellied Plover White-rumped Sandpiper - self-found New species added to monthly totals January - 6 new species added to January List February - 5 new species, including 1st Eastern Towhee for Feb March - 5 new species added April - 2 new species added May - 6 new species added including 2nd County record of Black-necked Stilt. June - 1 new species added Highlights from only other place I've really birded outside of county 7 lifer's in N.C. Swainson's Warbler - audio only Clapper Rail Painted Bunting Gray Kingbird Cattle Egret Northern Bobwhite - audio only 6 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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