Remember – Indiana Audubon Society Field Trip to Atterbury FWA is this Saturday – April 26, 2014

The IAS is sponsoring a Field Trip to Atterbury FWA this Saturday.  As you know from reading my posts this is the area I do a large percentage of my birding. I posted earlier this year about the field trip and some of the birds that might be expected on the trip – http://wp.me/p3Q2lz-dv .

For more information and how to contact trip leader Doug Gray about signing up for the trip please go the following – http://www.indianaaudubon.org/Home/tabid/37/ctl/Details/Mid/409/ItemID/122/Default.aspx .

I usually don’t like putting up complete lists of birds, but following are my personal lists from Atterbury last year to give an idea of the birds present.

Hope to see you Saturday.

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Canada Goose Canada Goose
Wood Duck Wood Duck
Mallard Wild Turkey
Wild Turkey Great Blue Heron
Great Blue Heron Turkey Vulture
Turkey Vulture Bald Eagle
Sora Red-tailed Hawk
American Coot Sora
Killdeer Killdeer
Solitary Sandpiper American Woodcock
American Woodcock Mourning Dove
Mourning Dove Yellow-billed Cuckoo
Barred Owl Black-billed Cuckoo
Chimney Swift Barred Owl
Belted Kingfisher Chimney Swift
Red-bellied Woodpecker Belted Kingfisher
Downy Woodpecker Red-bellied Woodpecker
Hairy Woodpecker Downy Woodpecker
Northern Flicker Hairy Woodpecker
Great Crested Flycatcher Northern Flicker
White-eyed Vireo Pileated Woodpecker
Warbling Vireo American Kestrel
Red-eyed Vireo Eastern Wood-Pewee
Blue Jay Willow Flycatcher
American Crow Eastern Phoebe
Horned Lark Great Crested Flycatcher
Northern Rough-winged Swallow White-eyed Vireo
Purple Martin Bell’s Vireo
Tree Swallow Yellow-throated Vireo
Barn Swallow Warbling Vireo
Carolina Chickadee Red-eyed Vireo
Tufted Titmouse Blue Jay
House Wren American Crow
Carolina Wren Northern Rough-winged Swallow
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher Tree Swallow
Eastern Bluebird Carolina Chickadee
Wood Thrush Tufted Titmouse
American Robin White-breasted Nuthatch
Gray Catbird House Wren
Brown Thrasher Carolina Wren
Northern Mockingbird Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
European Starling Eastern Bluebird
Northern Waterthrush Veery
Common Yellowthroat Swainson’s Thrush
Northern Parula Wood Thrush
Yellow Warbler American Robin
Palm Warbler Gray Catbird
Yellow-rumped Warbler Brown Thrasher
Yellow-throated Warbler Northern Mockingbird
Prairie Warbler European Starling
Yellow-breasted Chat Blue-winged Warbler
Eastern Towhee Common Yellowthroat
Chipping Sparrow Yellow Warbler
Field Sparrow Palm Warbler
Song Sparrow Yellow-rumped Warbler
Swamp Sparrow Yellow-throated Warbler
White-throated Sparrow Prairie Warbler
White-crowned Sparrow Yellow-breasted Chat
Northern Cardinal Eastern Towhee
Red-winged Blackbird Chipping Sparrow
Eastern Meadowlark Field Sparrow
Common Grackle Song Sparrow
Brown-headed Cowbird Swamp Sparrow
American Goldfinch White-throated Sparrow
White-crowned Sparrow
Scarlet Tanager
Northern Cardinal
Rose-breasted Grosbeak
Indigo Bunting
Red-winged Blackbird
Eastern Meadowlark
Common Grackle
Brown-headed Cowbird
Orchard Oriole
Baltimore Oriole
American Goldfinch

2 Replies to “Remember – Indiana Audubon Society Field Trip to Atterbury FWA is this Saturday – April 26, 2014”

  1. I found some feathers on the ground while mowing and they were black with bright yellow on them. Some said it could be a Flicker woodpecker and I did not know if we have them in Sellersburg IN. Would like to know what kind of bird this was. It did look like tail feathers

    1. Hi Judy. Sorry for the late reply but I have been out of town.

      It sure sounds like a Northern Flicker’s tail feathers. I did a Google search on “Northern Flicker tail feather images” and came up with all sort of photos of the feathers. See if any of them match up. I wonder what would have caused a flicker to loose it’s tail feathers? They are a bigger bird but I am sure there are animals and other birds that would go after them. Northern Flickers are year-round resident in all of Indiana and most of the continental U.S.
      Hope this helps and thanks for asking.

      Bob

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