Biggest Week Event Draws To A Close

My final tally for this event was 187 species with only 30 species of warblers.  Combined with my trip to Shawnee St Forest in southern Ohio the week before the warbler total would be 36 species.  Ohio is certainly a great place to find warblers.

I’ll leave you with some pictures from the event.

Glacial Grooves Kelley's Island 2011-05-11

Field of Lakeside Daisies Marblehead, OH 2011-05-11

Lakeside Daisies - backlit Marblehead, OH 2011-05-11

Common Nighthawk Magee Marsh 2011-05-13

Chestnut-sided Warbler super close Magee Marsh 2011-05-13

Blackburnian Warbler ready for flight Magee Marsh 2011-05-13

Blackburnian Warbler in flight Magee Marsh 2011-05-13

Blackburnian Warbler slightly obstructed Magee Marsh 2011-05-13

Blackburnian Warbler (I just can't get enough of that flame-colored throat) Magee Marsh 2011-05-13

Wild Geranium Sheldon's Marsh 2011-05-14

Lilac Sheldon's Marsh 2011-05-14

Collection of water drops Sheldon's Marsh 2011-05-14

Fox Snake close up Sheldon's Marsh 2011-05-14

Brown-headed Cowbird female Magee Marsh 2011-05-14

Group of birders at Pt Pelee

Birders on Magee Marsh Bird Trail

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