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  1. Trip Report Foster Park Walk 07-08-2017

    Six other birders joined Jean Ferguson for the monthly field trip to Foster Park. The weather was pleasant for this time of year.
    Below is a list of all the species recorded

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    Okay, it seems no one wants to take a shot at...

    Okay, it seems no one wants to take a shot at this so l will. The angle from below and behind is unfortunately common in my experience and makes things difficult. Also, I believe that the bird's...
  3. The Tri-colored Heron is still there feeding in...

    The Tri-colored Heron is still there feeding in the same area this morning. Jim Sipiora has his regular walk there tomorrow morning and that would be a good opportunity to see this bird and a number...
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    I believe that you have a female Brown-headed...

    I believe that you have a female Brown-headed Cowbird. Males are obvious but not so with the ladies.

    Chuck
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    Thanks for the information. I went over and got...

    Thanks for the information. I went over and got there at 11:00 and almost immediately spotted 4 swallows feeding over the creek. I had to watch for a while to get good enough views to be sure these...
  6. Trip Report Foster Park Walk 3-11-2017

    Three birders joined Chuck Baskin for the monthly walk on a beautiful, sunny morning ( Jean was unable to make it this month). High points were a pair of Eastern Bluebirds apparently claiming a nest...
  7. Trip Report Foster Park Walk 1-14-2017

    Seven birders joined Jean Ferguson for the monthly outing at Foster Park on Jan14th at 8:30. It was cool and very damp but a nice outing. Below is a list of the species that were identified.

    Fort...
  8. Trip Report Foster Park Walk 10-8-2016

    Nine other birders joined Jean Ferguson on a beautiful Fall morning to bird Foster Park. Several "First of Season" birds spotted for the park including White Pelican, Blue-headed Vireo, Northern...
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    Thanks for the info, the cool mornings will be a...

    Thanks for the info, the cool mornings will be a pleasant chance to go into the beds.
    Chuck
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    Unfortunately, I drove by to check today about...

    Unfortunately, I drove by to check today about 2:00 pm. A large truck was coming out and stopped to close the gates behind himself. Based on that, I believe that the area is still closed.
    Thanks,...
  11. There has obviously been misinformation about the...

    There has obviously been misinformation about the beds. Since all the teams in the Scavenger Hunt back in July went into the beds and there have been numerous eBird reports since then, I assumed it...
  12. No expert here but the throat appears black. I...

    No expert here but the throat appears black. I would suggest a Black-throated Green. I have seen several reported recently even though it is a bit early. Blackburnian is very rarely seen here in the...
  13. I would say it is a first year male Baltimore...

    I would say it is a first year male Baltimore Oriole. They can be very confusing. The Orchard immature male is the same yellowish-green color as the female.
    That's my guess.
    Thanks, Chuck
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    I was there today from 8:30 until 9:00 and saw...

    I was there today from 8:30 until 9:00 and saw the birds repeatedly in several different trees near the parking lot. There were two males in the same dead tree at one point. Thanks for everyone...
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    I also thought this was unusual when you posted...

    I also thought this was unusual when you posted it. However, yesterday morning at Sabine Woods I saw a male Summer Tanager sitting out on a dead tree limb that was very similar. The bird's belly and...
  16. April 30, 2016 Spring Migration Bird Count

    Hello Everyone -

    On SATURDAY, APRIL 30, we will hold the Fort Worth Spring Migration Bird Count. We use the same footprint as the Christmas Bird Count and if you click here you'll see a list of...
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    Trip Report Foster Park Walk 4-2-2016

    Ten other birders joined Jean Ferguson on a beautiful Saturday morning for the monthly walk at Foster Park. Below is a listing of the birds sighted.

    There will not be a walk in May but these walks...
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    Trip Report Foster Park Walk 3-5-2016

    Twenty birders joined Jean Ferguson for the monthly walk on a very lovely morning. Highlights included good close looks at a pair of Cooper's Hawks at their new nest site, a pair of wood ducks and...
  19. Thanks for the post! I went over to the park late...

    Thanks for the post! I went over to the park late this morning and followed the creek north birding along the way until I found the right spot - marked by six birders sitting at a picnic table. After...
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    Good find. We recently had a post of one seen at...

    Good find. We recently had a post of one seen at Possom Kingdom lake but eBird data shows nothing east of US Hwy281.
    Thanks, Chuck
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    It sure looks like a Bewick's to me. A marsh wren...

    It sure looks like a Bewick's to me. A marsh wren has a darker back and you should see the white streaks down the back in your first photo if it was a marsh wren.
    Thanks, Chuck
  22. Trip Report Foster Park Walk 10-3-2015

    We had a very nice cool morning and 12 birders joined Jean Ferguson for the monthly walk in the park. It started slow, probably because of the low temperature, but the action picked up later and was...
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    This has to be one of the most unusual...

    This has to be one of the most unusual "yardbirds" that I have ever seen. Soras that I have seen have all been in marsh areas and rarely in the open, but you have them in a hardwood forest area!...
  24. Thanks for your post. Even though I was was at...

    Thanks for your post. Even though I was was at the park for 5 hours that same morning walking along the river, I saw one each of four warbler species. I decided to go back in the afternoon to your...
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    Trip Report Foster Park Walk 9-5-2015

    Fourteen birders joined Jean Ferguson for the first Foster Park Walk of the season last Saturday. Despite the warm weather we were afforded great views of several Yellow Warblers, White-eyed Vireos...
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