Warblers, sparrows, tanagers, buntings, woodpeckers, and titmice will be there, will you?
Join us at Whetstone Woods for a morning of birding through shrubby fields, a wooded stream, and pine, hardwood, and mixed species woodland habitats. We’ll look for recent returning migrants and local year-round birds. Louisiana waterthrush, merlin, and blue-winged warbler have been seen in this location in past years (no guarantees for this year, though) and scarlet tanager, indigo bunting, and eastern wood pewee are regulars.
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