Monday, April 18, 2011

Princeton 4/18

With the prospects of a better migration day on Monday, I spent a little time at Princeton's Rogers Refuge before work. Along the road were several Yellow-rumped Warblers along with Ruby-crowned Kinglet (singing), Brown Creeper, Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Eastern Phoebe. Near the pond I had a singing House Wren and back toward the car a Carolina Wren. A pair of Wood Ducks were on the pond.

The Lesser Calendines are in full bloom here, carpeting the ground in many places in an attractive display. Shame then that they are a nasty little invasive and crowding out the native species.

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