A Northern Waterthrush was a highlight among several warbler species. The woods by Baldwin Creek yielded a Blue-headed Vireo. House Wrens and Eastern Towhees sang at several locations.
Field Trip Report
Event: Field Trip to Lake Isaac
Date: Sunday, April 30, 2017
Location: Lake Isaac Waterfowl Sanctuary, Middleburg Heights, OH 44130
Leaders: Nancy Howell, Rich Kassouf
Results: 15 Birders, 60 Species
WCAS birders joined the Audubon Spring Bird Walk at Lake Isaac for this month's field trip. Across the lake were four Spotted Sandpipers. A Northern Waterthrush was a highlight among several warbler species. The woods by Baldwin Creek yielded a Blue-headed Vireo. House Wrens and Eastern Towhees sang at several locations. Last species seen: Baltimore Oriole. The woods were full of wildflowers, dogwood and apple blossoms. Thanks to Rich Kassouf for sending the bird list to eBird.
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