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  • DOS Conservation Archive - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Online DOS store Search Custom Membership Manager Account Login Events eBird Recent eBird sightings Field Trips Meetings Join Current Flyer Menu About DOS Who we are Mission People History Partners Join us Meetings Field Trips Join DOS Social Facebook Twitter Close Activities Opportunities Field Trips Meetings Delaware Dunlins Youth Birding Club Bird A Thon in May More Ways to Give Citizen Science Spring Roundup Hawk Watches Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators

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  • Activities - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Online DOS store Search Custom Membership Manager Account Login Events eBird Recent eBird sightings Field Trips Meetings Join Current Flyer Menu About DOS Who we are Mission People History Partners Join us Meetings Field Trips Join DOS Social Facebook Twitter Close Activities Opportunities Field Trips Meetings Delaware Dunlins Youth Birding Club Bird A Thon in May More Ways to Give Citizen Science Spring Roundup Hawk Watches Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware

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  • Delaware Birding Sites by Maurice Barnhill - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    landbirds in winter Suggestions Walk back towards Newark The area on the right going back is sometimes rather wet and may have the corresponding birds The activity here usually picks up when direct sun hits the bushes earlier than that Prairie Warbler Hill is apt to be better You can also walk upstream from here and on the left about 100 yards further along Creek Road is a trail which basically parallels the road but is partway up the hill The first part of this trail may be slow but the further stretches can be productive in spring This trail eventually connects with others mentioned under The Monument There is a pedestrian bridge crossing the creek opposite Wedgewood Rd On the other side you can walk a short distance downstream or you can go upstream all the way to Hopkins Road If you do the latter cross back over the creek on Hopkins Bridge and walk back to Wedgewood along Creek Road This loop is an excellent short birding hike Prairie Warbler Hill Location Trails on the southwest side of the Wedgewood Creek Road Intersection Specialties Spring migrants Blue winged Warbler Prairie Warbler Grasshopper Sparrow Suggestions The trail is pretty obvious starting in the grove of trees on the corner After the trail turns right to go up the hill there is a good line of oaks on the left behind the first open area Beyond this slight clearing the trail gets enclosed in brush the visibility deteriorates and the birding is rather unproductive The trail ends at a large open field Working around the right west side of the field gives several chances to cut through to Wedgewood Road and walk back to the intersection with Creek Road Eventually there is a gated entrance to the field from Wedgewood At this point a distinct trail crosses the field and Grasshopper Sparrows can be seen and heard from this trail The low trees along Wedgewood at this point frequently have migrating warblers Water Pumping Station Location The only building visible from Creek Road on the far side of the creek reachable from the path between the pedestrian bridge and Hopkins Road Specialties Cerulean Warbler Suggestions From here to Hopkins Road gives the best chance along White Clay Creek for Cerulean Warblers The Creek Road side is much better than the east side Ceruleans are very hard to see because they stay near the very tops of the trees Their song is similar to that of the Parula Warbler except that it is shorter and replaces the lower note at the end of the Parula song with a less buzzy upwardly slurred note Intersection with Hopkins Road Location The second intersection after leaving Newark going north on Creek Road Specialties Migrant warblers in spring Suggestions In addition to walking Creek Road look at the trees from either end of the bridge over the creek The Monument Location From the intersection of Hopkins Road and Creek Road go west on Hopkins 1 4 to 1 2 mile The monument marking where the circular part of the Delaware border begins is on the left just past a gated road on the right Specialties Spring warblers Hooded Warbler winter flocks Suggestions Walk the trails southward You can walk back to the parking lot in Carpenter Park but the lower parts of the trails are better The pine woods here is dying perhaps crowded out by deciduous trees so it is best to skirt the pines rather than take the trail directly through them Nature Center Location North end of Creek Road There is a parking lot on the west side Specialties Bluebird Chat sparrows White breasted Nuthatch other winter landbirds Suggestions Walk around the small field and along Creek Road back to Hopkins Road There is a good trail going north along the creek You can also walk north along the road no cars permitted The road becomes a trail at the private driveway and continues north Beyond the Nature Center Location North of the parking lot at the Nature Center Specialties White breasted Nuthatch woods birds birds of brushy edges Suggestions Walk at least to the far base of the hill where the tall trees end and the trail crosses a small ditch Thompson s Bridge Loop Trail Location The trailhead is off Chambers Rock Road at the bridge over White Clay Creek Specialties Cerulean Warbler Acadian Flycatcher Kentucky Warbler migrant thrushes and warblers Wood Ducks along the Creek in spring and usually in summer Suggestions Park in the lot west of the bridge and north of the road Take the trail going north along the Creek from the parking lot When the trail reaches Creek Road the road is only a broad trail at this point turn left and walk back to Chambers Rock Road The stretch of Creek Road north of Chambers Rock Road is much the best part of the loop and once you have found this trail junction you will want to walk the loop in reverse Turn left on Chambers Rock Road to walk back slowly during migration to the parking lot or continue on Creek Road towards the Nature Center and double back later Back to index Elk Neck State Park MD More Detailed Birding Guide Cecil Bird Club Location Take Md 272 south from either I 95 or US 40 and go through the town of Northeast MD Drive to the end of the road about 30 minutes where there is a small parking lot Specialties Fall migration of landbirds and hawks Impressive numbers of Accipiters and Blue Jays and substantial numbers of buteos and falcons are present There is a variety of migrating warblers vireos and flycatchers as well as other landbirds Bald Eagles are common at least in fall The Cecil County Chapter of the Maryland Ornithological Society runs a hawk watch here in fall Suggestions Although the northern section of the park may be worth exploring Turkey Point is the best spot in the park Turkey Point is a SW pointing peninsula that collects migrants especially Hawks Walk the trail from the parking lot at the end of Md 272 going all the way to the lighthouse at the point and working the margins of the fields all the way Watch overhead especially at the point and at the last field before reaching the point The Hawk Watch is run from this last field on the SE side of the trail Back to index Fort Delaware State Park General description of park Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation MapQuest Delaware City Location Take the boat from the end of Clinton Street in Delaware City You can check both the ferry schedule and the park schedule on the web but the park web site suggests calling the park office for confirmation Specialties There is a heron rookery on the island where the fort was built Suggestions Take the trail to the observation tower to see the rookery Back to index Gunning Bedford Dragon Run MapQuest Delaware City Marsh From Del 9 in Delaware City turn southwest at the stop light onto county road 411 Clinton Street which becomes Cox s Neck Road Go 3 blocks to the marsh on right check the marsh and climb the embankment on the left side of the road to check the pond on the other side The marsh is one of the more consistent locations for Least Bitterns in Delaware Trails behind Gunning Bedford school Continue on Road 411 beyond the marsh to the school Park at the back of the lot on the west side of the school and walk northward on the trail just beyond the left side of the water tower Dragon Run Park Turn west off Del 9 one block north of the stop light in Delaware City There is a good view of the marsh here Del 9 just north of Delaware City has a pulloff with a decent view of the marsh Back to index Chesapeake and Delaware Canal MapQuest Delaware City Location Take Del 9 south from Delaware City and cross the high bridge over the canal Turn right at the end of the bridge and continue around the sharp right turn to a T intersection at the canal Specialties Shorebird migration Black and Yellow crowned Night Herons flying overhead at the end of the canal at dusk Suggestions Explore in both directions Obey all keep out signs they are enforced Back to index Augustine Wildlife Area Location South of Port Penn on Del 9 at the intersection of county road 37 Vance Neck Road Specialties Sparrows and half hardies in late fall and winter Cliff Swallow in summer Suggestions Since 1993 Cliff Swallows have bred frequently under the second bridge on Del 9 north of its intersection with road 37 Land birds can be found by walking the gated dirt road opposite road 37 in the field south of road 37 and on the areas on both sides of road 37 about 50 yards west of Del 9 For the latter two areas you can park on the north side of 37 just short of the strip of pines Check both sides of the road Back to index Shorebirds in Delaware Delaware Bay is a major staging area for shorebird migration with truly spectacular numbers visible during the peak of migration In spring the birds are dependent on the eggs of Horseshoe Crabs It is generally believed that the food along Delaware Bay is important in allowing shorebirds to arrive on the breeding grounds with adequate fat reserves so the size of the crab population crucial for the numbers of shorebirds in all of eastern North America Several locations for viewing this phenomenon are given below Shorebirds around Delaware Bay probably get most of their food from mud flats along the edges of the Bay and the larger guts tidal creeks These mudflats are much more extensive at low tide than at high so shorebirds tend to be mostly along the Bay at low tide and resting in various impoundments around rain pools or in fallow agricultural fields around high tide The impoundments in Bombay Hook and the state refuges provide some feeding territory but are lightly occupied around low tide Which impoundments and rain pools will have birds depends on water levels which can change significantly from day to day especially after a strong thunderstorm Some places away from the Bay are better feeding than others of course Taylor s Gut in particular seems not to have much movement in and out with the tides provided of course that the water level is low enough there to attract any shorebirds at all As a rule of thumb it is best to be along the Bay Port Mahon the north end of the Ted Harvey Wildlife Area or Slaughter Beach when the Bay tide is lower than midtide and to move to one of the impoundments at times around high tide Raymond Pool in Bombay Hook for example is most interesting from about one hour before high tide on the Bay to around two hours afterward The exact times vary perhaps depending on the heights of high and low tide On the other hand the mud flats opposite Shearness Pond in Bombay Hook are best when the tide is an hour or so away from low tide at that point not on the Bay see below Tides along the Bay move inland from Cape Henlopen to the upper ranges of the Bay and are later up the creeks and guts than along the edge of the Bay The height of water and the time of high tide in the upper reaches of the guts depend on the strength and direction of the wind The tides at the mouth of the Mahon river give a good indication of the tides near Bombay Hook and Little Creek they run about 1 5 hours later than the tides at Breakwater Harbor or Cape Henlopen at the base of Delaware Bay It takes an additional 1 5 to 2 hours for the tides to reach the creek opposite Shearness in Bombay Hook NOAA maintains tide tables at http co ops nos noaa gov tpred2 html DE Another place to check is http www tidesonline com Judging from reported rarities and birds with individually recognizable plumages shorebirds seem to spend 7 10 days around Delaware Bay before continuing their migration The length of the stay presumably depends on the quality of food available as well as the condition of the individual bird During springs with a poor crop of Horseshoe Crabs the birds seem not to stay that long leading in particular to less spectacular peak numbers This possibility should be kept in mind when comparing numbers of shorebirds between years or between Delaware Bay and the breeding grounds When chasing rarities it is also important to remember that as always birds are seldom found the day they first arrive especially if that day is a weekday Bombay Hook NWR Location Off Del 9 east of Smyrna The entrance road is Whitehall Neck Road county road 85 and there is a sign on Del 9 Specialties Shorebird migration Bald Eagle Ducks and Geese in season American Avocet and Black necked Stilt in summer Suggestions Check the birding log at Headquarters but take it with a grain of salt Cover the entire tour route The impoundments are best within about two hours of high tide on the Bay and the flat opposite Shearness Pond around low tide at Bombay Hook which is one or two hours after low tide on the Bay Allow lots of time here in case the birding is good and have an alternative in mind in case it isn t It is a good idea to check fields along the entrance roads to the refuge and adjacent stretches of Delaware route 9 for resting birds North of the federal refuge along route 9 just north of route 6 there is a small state refuge the Woodland Beach Wildlife Refuge that has impoundments worth checking for small numbers of birds very close to the road The state requests that birders stay inside their cars in this area Just north of the Woodland Beach Wildlife Area on route 9 is Taylor s Gut which can be very good when water levels are right The first road north of Taylor s Gut is Lighthouse Road there is a turf farm along this road which has a few grasspipers in fall This is the only reasonably productive turf farm I know of in Delaware Back to index Little Creek Wildlife Area Port Mahon Road The only road county road 89 going east from Little Creek You soon come to marshes with a set of petroleum storage tanks on your left Check the impoundments on the right the flats along the Bay and all the marshes In spring Black Rails used to be heard after dark singing from the marsh most often at the first little bridge or at the far end of the road They were usually well out into the marsh There are however very few recent records The stretch of the road along the Bay shore can be under water during especially high tides Headquarters Just south of Little Creek off Del 9 looks private but isn t look for sign inside multiflora hedge Turn left at the fork behind the ranger s house The road ends at a gate Here you can walk out between two impoundments or take the boardwalk to a small tower overlooking the impoundment on your right Southern Entrance Just west of Pickering Beach north of county road 349 Pickering Beach Road There is a 1 4 to 1 2 mile walk into the impoundment Bring Greenhead Fly repellant in season Back to index Ted Harvey Wildlife Area Location From the intersection of US 113 and Del 9 take county road 68 Kitts Hummock Road Turn south at a sign marking the Logan Tract of the Ted Harvey WA about 3 miles east of Dover Air Force Base or 2 miles west of Kitts Hummock Specialties Shorebird migration White winged Tern in late summer Suggestions There is a house about 1 4 to 1 2 mile down the road Here a side road runs to the left and goes to the Bay Rerely either or both roads may be closed and the area is hunted in season There is good land birding along the side road and excellent shorebirding at the end along the Bay shore The side road is closed by a gate near the Bay Park here and walk along the causeway to the beach 100 yards or so If permitted walk south along the shore of the Bay from the end of the road When you are done return to the house and turn left on the main road Where the road takes a sharp left with a smaller gated road going straight continue on the left fork The impoundment at the end of this road is excellent White winged Tern was seen more frequently at this impoundment than anywhere else in Delaware but has not been present anywhere in several years Back to index Slaughter Beach Location East end of Del 36 Specialties Huge numbers of shorebirds in late spring Suggestions Work the far north end along the bay and the marina at the end of county road 203 which leaves Del 36 just west of the bridge over the Creek west of Slaughter Beach Back to index Prime Hook NWR Headquarters From Del 1 near Milton go east on Del 16 towards Broadkill Beach Turn on the only paved road going north prior to reaching the causeway to the beach Explore the two ponds the trail eastward from the main road and the two trails around the headquarters itself Causeway to Broadkill Beach Just past the abrupt left turn going towards Broadkill Beach on

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  • Recent Sightings - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Online DOS store Search Custom Membership Manager Account Login Events eBird Recent eBird sightings Field Trips Meetings Join Current Flyer Menu About DOS Who we are Mission People History Partners Join us Meetings Field Trips Join DOS Social Facebook Twitter Close Activities Opportunities Field Trips Meetings Delaware Dunlins Youth Birding Club Bird A Thon in May More Ways to Give Citizen Science Spring Roundup Hawk Watches Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take

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  • Notable Sightings - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Online DOS store Search Custom Membership Manager Account Login Events eBird Recent eBird sightings Field Trips Meetings Join Current Flyer Menu About DOS Who we are Mission People History Partners Join us Meetings Field Trips Join DOS Social Facebook Twitter Close Activities Opportunities Field Trips Meetings Delaware Dunlins Youth Birding Club Bird A Thon in May More Ways to Give Citizen Science Spring Roundup Hawk Watches Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware

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  • Delmarva Area Hotspots - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Online DOS store Search Custom Membership Manager Account Login Events eBird Recent eBird sightings Field Trips Meetings Join Current Flyer Menu About DOS Who we are Mission People History Partners Join us Meetings Field Trips Join DOS Social Facebook Twitter Close Activities Opportunities Field Trips Meetings Delaware Dunlins Youth Birding Club Bird A Thon in May More Ways to Give Citizen Science Spring Roundup Hawk Watches Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding

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  • DOS Delaware Checklists - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Close Online DOS store Close Sign in to manage your membership Email Password Remember me Close eBird Recent eBird sightings Close Pocket Checklist Part 1 Pocket Checklist Part 2 One page Checklist The DOS Delaware Records Committee is responsible for maintaining the list of birds found in Delaware Birds currently under review are marked with an asterisk on the checklist Documentation for these or other birds not on the list can be sent to the DOS Records Committee PO Box 4247 Greenville DE 19807 Download a printer friendly version of the checklist of Delaware birds below Pocket sized list DE Checklist Part 1 DE Checklist Part 2 This checklist is formatted for double sided printing and intended to be folded in half to produce a complete list measuring approximately 5 5 by 4 25 Recommended printing instructions Print Part 1 of the list DE list a pdf from Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader on your printer Then place the printed page back in the document feed tray of your printer and print Part 2 DE list b pdf so that it is on the back of the page For most printers this means that you should place the

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  • RBA's and Listservs - Delmarva Ornithological Society
    Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Online DOS store Search Custom Membership Manager Account Login Events eBird Recent eBird sightings Field Trips Meetings Join Current Flyer Menu About DOS Who we are Mission People History Partners Join us Meetings Field Trips Join DOS Social Facebook Twitter Close Activities Opportunities Field Trips Meetings Delaware Dunlins Youth Birding Club Bird A Thon in May More Ways to Give Citizen Science Spring Roundup Hawk Watches Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Watch Delaware Bird Records Committee Christmas Bird Counts Pea Patch Island Heron Survey Delaware Breeding Bird Atlas Delaware Backyard Birding Challenge Project SNOWstorm eBird Close Committees Conservation Delaware Bird A Thon Delaware Bayshore Initiative Bluebird Program Lights Out Wilmington Duck Stamps Publications Delmarva Ornithologist The Flyer Newsletter Archive Current Flyer Records Delaware Bird Records Committee State List and Review Species Issues Current Issues Take Action Results Archive Letters of Support Close Resources Birding DE Birding Sites Recent eBird Sightings Notable eBird Sightings Delmarva Area Hotspots DOS Delaware Checklists Downloadable Fieldtrip Schedule More Birding Resources RBAs and Listservs Delaware State List Weather and Tides Wildlife Rehabilitators Close Online DOS store Close Sign in to manage your membership Email Password Remember me Close eBird

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