Crozet, VA 5/14/15

All photos are Marshall Faintich

It was another delightful day - bright sunshine and low humidity. I went over to the Lickinghole Creek and reservoir, and ended up with 31 avian species, but nothing spectacular. There was a Baltimore Oriole, a Bald Eagle in its nest, a loud Red-shouldered Hawk, and several Spotted Sandpipers along with some other species. The only warbler species I saw there were a few Common Yellowthroats.


Baltimore Oriole


Bald Eagle


Red-shouldered Hawk


Red-shouldered Hawk


Common Yellowthroat


Common Yellowthroat



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