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Webberville Park Bird Walk



Lark Sparrow

We had another pleasant bird walk last Sunday with the guidance of Shelia Hargis & Laurie Foss, who were both very patient to newbies like us. We went to Webberville Park which is located in the far eastern area of Travis County. The highlight of the walk included sightings of a pair of red-shouldered hawks and bald eagles in their nests. They were too far to photograph but it was still exciting to watch them using our binoculars. Here’s the list done by Laurie during our walk:

Total Species 52

Webberville Park (Little), Travis, US-TX
Mar 16, 2014 8:00 AM – 8:58 AM
Protocol: Stationary
34 species (+1 other taxa)

Double-crested Cormorant 2, Great Blue Heron 1, Great Egret 1, Little Blue Heron 1, Black Vulture 2, Turkey Vulture 5, Red-shouldered Hawk 2, Killdeer 2, Spotted Sandpiper 1, Solitary Sandpiper 1, Greater Yellowlegs 1, Least Sandpiper 12, Ring-billed Gull 30, Eurasian Collared-Dove 5,Belted Kingfisher 1, Red-bellied Woodpecker 1, Downy Woodpecker 1, Crested Caracara 2,Eastern Phoebe 1, White-eyed Vireo 2, American Crow 5, Purple Martin 1, Tufted x Black-crested Titmouse (hybrid) 1, Carolina Wren 2, Eastern Bluebird 2, Hermit Thrush 1, Northern Mockingbird 2, European Starling 2, Yellow-rumped Warbler (Myrtle) 15, Northern Cardinal 8, Red-winged Blackbird 400, Brewer’s Blackbird 1, Brown-headed Cowbird 1, House Finch 3, American Goldfinch 25.

Post Oak Rd, Travis, US-TX
Mar 16, 2014 9:05 AM – 9:24 AM
Protocol: Stationary
10 species

Mourning Dove 1, American Kestrel 1, American Crow 1, Eastern Bluebird 1, European Starling 1, Northern Cardinal 1, Red-winged Blackbird 150, Brewer’s Blackbird 4, Brown-headed Cowbird 20, House Sparrow 5.

Webberville Park (Big)(HOTE 035), Travis, US-TX
Mar 16, 2014 9:35 AM – 11:28 AM
Protocol: Traveling 1.5 mile(s)
30 species (+2 other taxa)

Wood Duck 1, Lesser Scaup 30, Double-crested Cormorant 4, Great Egret 1, Black Vulture 10, Turkey Vulture 5, Bald Eagle 2, Killdeer 6, Great Horned Owl 1, Red-bellied Woodpecker 2, Downy Woodpecker 2, Crested Caracara 3, American Crow 5, Barn Swallow 10, Cliff/Cave Swallow 2, Carolina Chickadee 4, Carolina Wren 2, Eastern Bluebird 4, Northern Mockingbird 3, European Starling 1, Yellow-rumped Warbler (Myrtle) 8, Lark Sparrow 1, Song Sparrow 1, Lincoln’s Sparrow 3, White-crowned Sparrow 6, Northern Cardinal 12, Red-winged Blackbird 30, Eastern/Western Meadowlark 4, Common Grackle 1, Great-tailed Grackle 10, House Finch 1, American Goldfinch 10.

Linking to Wild Bird Wednesday.


White-crowned Sparrow


Little Blue Heron

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13 replies »

  1. Keep an eye out for my images of White-Crowned Sparrow next week! It will be very rare for us to post the same species within a couple of weeks of each other! The LBH is a great shot.

    I think coins in fountains, wishing wells or on rocks probably all have the same ritual origin.

    Cheers – Stewart M – Melbourne

Thanks for coming by today and for your kind words. I will visit you as soon as I can. Have a fantastic day and don't forget to smile. ~ Shey

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