May 3rd to 28th 2020
We took a few walks along the Lickman Dike Road over the past month.
A few Golden-crowned Sparrows were seen.
White-crowned Sparrows are usually seen.
Common Yellowthroats nest along the road.
Lazuli Buntings also nest in the area.
Northwestern Crows are usually seen or heard.
American Goldfinches are often seen.
A female Mallard was standing on the road one day.
A Pileated Woodpecker was very close to us one day. It was very busy gathering food and didn’t mind us at all.
American Robins are usually seen.
Savannah Sparrows nest along the fences.
Northern Rough-winged Swallows are often seen.
Tree Swallows make use of the nest boxes along the road.
Warbling Vireos were nice to find one day.
Flocks of Turkey Vultures were seen on many days.
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