Sparrow bonanza at Black Creek Marsh- 9/30


Sparrows were the highlight of a walk this morning at Black Creek Marsh in Voorheesville. Despite the cool, damp, and breezy conditions, birds were quite numerous and active. The default sparrow was Swamp, and there were many present, upwards of fifty at least. We also observed Field, two White-crowned juveniles, White-throated, two Savannah, Song, three Lincoln's, and two Eastern Towhees. Other species of note included Green Heron, Virginia Rail (5), Sora (3), and Marsh Wren (15).

Tom Williams 

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