The group went to Castlewood today. We observed a good collection of soaring birds despite the cloudy conditions early. There were at least a couple of Black Vultures among the many Turkey Vultures, a few Broad-winged Hawks, and the local Red-shouldered, Red-tailed, and Cooper's Hawks along the ridge. The river produced a fly-by Osprey for a few and a perched adult Bald Eagle.
A Tennessee Warbler was singing in the top of small bush near the creek. There was a Green Heron along the creek, an Eastern Kingbird was observed near the large picnic pavilion and a Great Crested Flycatcher was heard near the river. The Cerulean Warblers sang once or twice, but refused to cooperate. The Parula, Prothonotary, and Yellow-throated Warblers were more cooperative as was a Red-eyed Vireo. At the end of the trip, Richard heard a Kentucky Warbler singing behind the headquarters and a bit or searching produced it for most.
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