- Lehigh / Northampton Counties and Vicinity
- May 29, 2015
GRAY-CHEEKED THRUSH COMMON TERN BLUE GROSBEAK OLIVE-SIDED FLYCATCHER PROTHONOTARY WARBLER PINE SISKIN
Hotline: Eastern PA Birdline Date: May 29th at 5:00 AM To Report by E-Mail: Send to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Birdline” in subject heading. Compiler: Dave DeReamus My reporting area includes all of Lehigh and Northampton Counties with the northern edge of the area reaching Beltzville State Park and the southern edge reaching Peace Valley Park in Bucks County. Updates are typically done every Friday, more often when necessary.
You can visit the Lehigh Valley Audubon Society Website at http://www.lvaudubon.org/ .
You can visit my 'Eastern PA Birding' Website for photos and information at http://users.rcn.com/becard/home.html .
There will be a field trip to State Game Lands 205 on June 7th. Meet at the Lehigh Valley Zoo parking lot at 5:30 AM. Trip leader will be Chris Hugosson.
Directions to many of the sites in this report can be found in the area’s birding guidebook, “Birds of the Lehigh Valley and Vicinity”. A completely revised, 2nd edition of the book can be ordered at: http://www.lvaudubon.org/shop/ .
NOW FOR THE BIRDS!
Sightings from BEAR SWAMP, Northampton County: GRAY-CHEEKED THRUSHES – 2 on 5/23.
Sightings from BELTZVILLE STATE PARK, Carbon County: COMMON TERN – 1 on 5/22.
Sightings from the LEHIGH GAP NATURE CENTER, Carbon County: BLUE GROSBEAK – 1 on 5/23.
Sightings from LEHIGH FURNACE GAP, Lehigh County: OLIVE-SIDED FLYCATCHER – 1 on 5/23.
Sightings from the TREXLER PARK, Lehigh County: Ruffed Grouse – 1 on 5/25.
Sightings from PEACE VALLEY PARK, Bucks County: PROTHONOTARY WARBLERS – 2 continued this past week.
PINE SISKINS continued to be reported from several sites this past week.
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