Sunday 22 April 2018 50 °F
The fun of migration continues, despite a light spring:
I found this GOLDEN-CROWNED KINGLET in west oak park:
Male AMERICAN KESTREL on top of the high school:
SWAMP SPARROW found in the Edgewater neighborhood of Chicago:
The Oak Park Bird Walk this morning was a big success! CHIPPING SPARROW:
If you look closely, you’ll spot an EASTEN TOWHEE:
Male YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER:
Flyover RING-BILLED GULL:
Male YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER:
Male NORTHERN CARDINAL:
This male RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET was wonderfully obliging and allowed for awesome looks!
Can’t wait for the rest of spring migration!!
World Bird List: 940 Species (no recent life birds)