A beautiful and cool Saturday in the park, with a friendly bunch of birders, as 
always. 

This was the usual Saturday morning walk. Two more Saturdays and the walks will 
end for the summer.

Looking forward to “Puddle Birding” at Orchard Beach, as soon as shorebirds 
start arriving. The broken underground pipe at the oval has not been repaired 
and should make for a great freshwater source.

Mourning Dove
Red-winged Blackbirds
Barn Swallow
Tree Swallow
Common Grackle
Song Sparrow
American Goldfinch
Common Yellowthroat
House Finch
Gray Catbird
Yellow Warbler
Cedar Waxwing
Canada Goose
Mallard
Blue Jay
Northern Cardinal (H)
Mute Swan
Warbling Vireo
Great-blue Heron
Red-bellied Woodpecker
Great Egret
Wood Duck
Red-tailed Hawk
empidonax flycatcher sp. (likely a Willow)
Ruby-throated Hummingbird
Northern Mockingbird
European Starling 
House Sparrow

Jack Rothman
www.cityislandbirds.com





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