Wandering to Find Warblers in Wascana Park Field Trip – August 25, 2018

Wandering to Find Warblers in Wascana Park/Wascana Marsh proved to be successful. There were a variety of warblers and all together we saw 35 species of birds.

A variety of berry bushes were loaded with berries to the delight of many species.

At one point, there were about 4 Brown thrashers feeding amiably on insects with 3 Northern flickers in the grass ahead of us. 

 

There were 17 people who came to wander and discover. The following detailed list was taken from eBird and Brett Quiring’s submission.

Canada Goose – 20

Mallard – 5

Mourning Dove – 1 

Sora – 1

Killdeer – 1

Ring-billed Gull – 20

Double-crested Cormorant  – 4

American White Pelican – 20

Great Horned Owl -1

Downy Woodpecker -1

Northern Flicker (Yellow-shafted) – 5

Empidonax sp. – 4

Eastern Kingbird – 5

Warbling Vireo – 8

Red-eyed Vireo – 2

American Crow – 2

Barn Swallow – 10

Black-capped Chickadee – 3

Red-breasted Nuthatch – 2

Ruby-crowned Kinglet – 1

American Robin – 8

Gray Catbird – 2

Brown Thrasher – 6 

Cedar Waxwing – 20

American Goldfinch – 3

Clay-colored Sparrow – 2

Song Sparrow – 1

Black-and-white Warbler – 1

Tennessee Warbler – 1

Common Yellowthroat – 2

Cape May Warbler – 1

Yellow Warbler – 10

Blackpoll Warbler – 1

Palm Warbler- 1

Rose-breasted Grosbeak – 1

Baltimore Oriole – 1