The complete list of 42 species for my morning walk is below, but first a few photos of some interesting non-avian finds. On the ridge I came across a nice patch of Columbine in full bloom.
|Columbine © Joseph DiCostanzo|
|"Bluebell" © Joseph DiCostanzo|
On a rotting log near the top of the Clove Road, there was a nice group of Turkey Tail fungus.
|Turkey Tail © Joseph DiCostanzo|
Finally, for a winged, but non-avian find, there was a nice Silver-spotted Skipper that posed for me on the ridge.
|Silver-spotted Skipper © Joseph DiCostanzo|
Great Black-backed Gull
|Olive-sided Flycatcher © Joseph DiCostanzo|
Great Crested Flycatcher - several heard calling
Tennessee Warbler - 1, singing on the ridge
Mourning Warbler - see above
Indigo Bunting - singing near the Overlook Meadow