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June 2010 Bird Walk

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Hugh Currie lead our June 19th Bird Walk at Colonel Samuel Smith Park. At this time of year, we expect to see mainly breeding birds. The full foliage can make spotting difficult, but adults may be defending territory, and young fledgelings don’t always have the sense to hide. Here are a few of the birds we saw:

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The Red-Necked Grebes using a nesting raft.

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Common Loon

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Juvenile Red-winged Blackbird

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A family of Rough-winged Swallows was a surprise find.

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Song Sparrow singing from a treetop

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Cedar Waxwing

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More Juvenile Red-winged Blackbirds

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