Big Country Audubon Society

Sightings

September 28, 2007-Cedar Creek Area

Most of the following were seen at Will Hair Park but a few were noted on Cedar Crest Street, or at Erinshire Gardens. Yes, I took a walk in the neighborhood this morning.

  • Cooper’s Hawk: 1 at Erinshire
  • Swainson’s Hawk: 1 at the house
  • Red-shouldered Hawk: 1 at Will Hair
  • Wild Turkey: 15 near the creek
  • Eurasian Collared-Dove: 1 at Will Hair
  • White-winged Dove: 12 at the park
  • Inca Dove: 8 at Erinshire
  • Chimney Swifts: 6
  • Golden-fronted Woodpecker: 1 at the park
  • Downy Woodpeckers: 3 along Cedar Crest
  • Great-crested Flycatcher: 1 at Erinshire
  • Scissor-tailed Flycatcher: 4 at the park
  • Blue Jay: 8 at the park
  • European Starling: 15 at the park
  • Orange-crowned Warbler: 2 at Will Hair, 1 at Erinshire, and 1 at the house
  • Nashville Warbler: 8 at Will Hair, yes I saw eight at once.
  • Northern Cardinal: 2 at Erinshire
  • Bullock’s Oriole: 2 at the park
  • House Sparrow: 24 at the park

Sightings by LgPacker

One Response to “September 28, 2007-Cedar Creek Area”

  1. Bera Says:

    Laura, I’ve seen a big group of what I think are Blue Winged Teals and about 14 Whistling Ducks the last two evenings on the west side of Canyon Rock Lake near the channel off Robertson. I love those whistlers. They are copy cats. When one whistles, the whole group chimes in like a chorus.