Rockfish Valley 4/24/13

All photos are Marshall Faintich

I had a guy at my home doing some annual maintentance this morning, so I couldn't get over to the trail until late morning. I wanted to do a warbler check, and had time to hike Glenthorne Loop and part of the downstream trail. I logged about 20 species, but only one warbler species: Common Yellowthroat. There were several Yellowthroats, all males, flying around the small pond on the east side of Reids Creek. This location seems to be their favorite spot, as I have seen them at that location every year.


Common Yellowthroat


Common Yellowthroat


Common Yellowthroat


Common Yellowthroat


Common Yellowthroat


Common Yellowthroat


Belted Kingfisher



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