Results of Third Annual Starr Saphir Memorial Fall Migration Walk

About 30 people participated in the Starr Saphir Memorial Walk on October 11, 2015, in the North End of Central Park. Although the day started off on the cool side, it turned into a very beautiful fall day, with the trees starting to show a bit of fall color.

1. Wood Duck
2. Gadwall
3. Mallard
4. Red-tailed Hawk
5. Herring Gull
6. Great Black-backed Gull
7. Rock Pigeon
8. Mourning Dove
9. Red-headed Woodpecker (found by Sandy Paci)
10. Red-bellied Woodpecker
11. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
12. Downy Woodpecker
13. Hairy Woodpecker (h)
14. Northern Flicker
15. American Kestrel (h)
16. Peregrine Falcon
17. Eastern Wood-Pewee
18. Eastern Phoebe
19. Blue-headed Vireo
20. Red-eyed Vireo
21. Blue Jay
22. American Crow
23. Black-capped Chickadee
24. White-breasted Nuthatch
25. House Wren
26. Golden-crowned Kinglet
27. Ruby-crowned Kinglet
28. Hermit Thrush
29. American Robin
30. Gray Catbird
31. Northern Mockingbird
32. European Starling
33. Cedar Waxwing
34. Black-and-white Warbler
35. Northern Parula
36. Blackpoll Warbler
37. Palm Warbler
38. Pine Warbler
39. Yellow-rumped Warbler
40. Eastern Towhee
41. Chipping Sparrow
42. Savannah Sparrow
43. Song Sparrow
44. Swamp Sparrow
45. White-throated Sparrow
46. Dark-eyed Junco
47. Scarlet Tanager
48. Northern Cardinal
49. Common Grackle
50. House Finch
51. American Goldfinch
52. House Sparrow
Also seen by several participants:
53. Green-winged Teal
54. Wilson’s Warbler

Eastern Gray Squirrel
Eastern Chipmunk
Red-eared Slider
Cabbage White
Monarch

Lenore Swenson

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