[ask] Spring Weekend at Pine Mountain

We had a good time at our spring weekend down at Pine Mountain. We had walks 
Friday evening, Saturday all day, and Sunday morning. We did not get a lot of 
species since we did pnly two habitats, the forest around the lodge and a 
little 
of the golf course. We did have rain friday night and Saturday morning and 
Sunday was very foggy. We did get a total of 61 species for the weekend. Most 
of 
the warblers were KY breeders with very few of the species that migrate 
through. 
The pot luck Friday and the Derby Party on Saturday were great. Thanks for all 
the good food that everyone brought. I have posted a few of my pictures from 
the 
weekend ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/lang-photoshare/ ) for those of you that 
are interested.

Next up on the schedule are the Annual Picnic for our local chapter of the 
National Audubon Society.

Where: Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary
1305 Germany Road
Frankfort KY 40601

When: May 9, 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Description: Please join us for our Annual Picnic Pot Luck! 

5:00 trail walk
6:00 General Meeting & Board Nominations
7:00 Pot Luck Dinner

Burgers will be provided (RSVP to president@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx so we know how 
much 
food to get). Please bring your own beverage and a side dish or desert to share.


Then on Saturday, May 12th we have a walk scheduled for Berea Woods. For those 
of you in and around Lexington we will be meeting at 7:30 at Lakeside Golf 
Course outer parking lot so that we can car pool down, or you can meet us down 
there at the parking lot for Indian Fort Theater. Andy Newman will be leading 
the walk. He has offered to to take us to some other habitats to look for 
additional species, if you are prepared to be out for the day. I will be taking 
him up on his offer. Bring a lunch either way.

Good Birding
David Lang

Following is our list from our three days at Pine Mountain.
h is heard only

Great Blue Heron    
Green Heron h* 
Canada Goose    
Turkey Vulture    
Broad-winged Hawk    
Red-tailed Hawk    
Wild Turkey    
Yellow-billed Cuckoo h  
Whip-poor-will h  
Chimney Swift    
Ruby-throated Hummingbird    
Red-bellied Woodpecker h  
Downy Woodpecker    
Pileated Woodpecker    
Acadian Flycatcher h  
Eastern Wood-Pewee    
Eastern Phoebe    
Great Crested Flycatcher    
Tree Swallow    
Northern Rough-winged Swallow    
Barn Swallow    
Cedar Waxwing    
Carolina Wren    
Gray Catbird    
Brown Thrasher    
Eastern Bluebird    
Swainson's Thrush    
Wood Thrush    
American Robin    
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher h  
Carolina Chickadee    
Tufted Titmouse    
White-breasted Nuthatch    
Blue Jay    
American Crow    
Yellow-throated Vireo    
Blue-headed Vireo    
Red-eyed Vireo    
American Goldfinch    
Northern Parula    
Yellow Warbler h  
Magnolia Warbler h  
Yellow-rumped Warbler    
Black-throated Green Warbler    
Yellow-throated Warbler    
Pine Warbler    
Prairie Warbler h  
Black-and-white Warbler    
Worm-eating Warbler    
Ovenbird    
Hooded Warbler    
Yellow-breasted Chat h  
Scarlet Tanager    
Eastern Towhee h  
Chipping Sparrow    
Song Sparrow    
Northern Cardinal    
Indigo Bunting    
Red-winged Blackbird    
Common Grackle    
Orchard Oriole    

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