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  • Travis Audubon – Rare Bird Alert
    CRANES continued at Granger Lake Williamson 3 21 The bird s is being seen in the Sore Finger area AN EVENING GROSBEAK was well photographed at a private residence in far west Travis County 3 20 The bird has not been relocated since that date Rarities Found This Week A TUFTED TITMOUSE was photographed and carefully studied near Thrall Williamson 3 21 A WHITE BREASTED NUTHATCH was reported from the Northwest Hills area of Austin Travis 3 22 AN AMERICAN BITTERN was photographed at Lake Pflugerville Travis 3 21 The bird was heard vocalizing Two YELLOW THROATED WARBLERS were seen one photographed at Nalle Bunny Run in west Austin Travis on 3 22 This location is private access only A RUSTY BLACKBIRD was reported from Southern Walnut Creek Trail in Austin Travis 3 22 A BLACK THROATED GREEN WARBLER was early near Great Hills Park Travis 3 20 Two VERMILION FLYCATCHERS were photographed on Lake Creek Trail Williamson 3 20 Two COMMON LOONS were late at Windy Point on Lake Travis Travis 3 23 A SUMMER TANAGER was early near Bastrop State Park Bastrop 3 24 A MISSISSIPPI KITE was an early migrant in northwest Austin Williamson 3 22 A GRAY CATBIRD was early at St Edward s Park Travis 3 20 A PAINTED BUNTING was early at a private office complex in west Austin Travis 3 23 Continuing Birds from Previous Weeks A BLACK THROATED GRAY WARBLER continued at John Stokes San Marcos River Park Hays most recently 3 24 RED HEADED WOODPECKERS continued at CRs 428 and 361 in Williamson 3 25 and Alum Creek at Bastrop SP Bastrop 3 22 GREAT KISKADEES continued at Berry Springs Park in Georgetown Williamson 3 25 and on private property in Caldwell County 3 24 EASTERN TOWHEES continued at a private office complex in west Austin Travis 3 24 and at Warbler Woods Guadalupe 3 19 RUSTY BLACKBIRDS continued at Hornsby Bend Travis 3 23 Reports for the Austin area RBA cover a 60 mile radius centered on the Capitol in downtown Austin Bird sightings mentioned here have been filtered and scrutinized by the compiler and are believed to be genuine When documentation or photographs were provided that is mentioned along with the other information about the bird s being seen For questions or updates about birds mentioned here or to report rare or unusual bird sightings in the Austin area please send an email to natemcgowanbirds gmail com Nate McGowan Rare Bird Alert Compiler Travis Audubon Society To view our archive of previous RBA reports click here Rare Bird Alert March 19 2015 i Mar 25th w Comments Off on Rare Bird Alert March 19 2015 x by admin Common Pauraque from the archives of Nate McGowan The Austin area Rare Bird Alert is a service of the Travis Audubon Society This update is as of 3 19 2015 Send interesting sightings complete with species name LOCATION and contact information to Nathan McGowan at natemcgowanbirds gmail com Exceptional Birds in the Circle A STRIPED SPARROW was photographed and audio recorded at CR 428 east of CR 361 Williamson 1 11 The most recent positive report is from 3 17 This is a potential first ABA record although provenance has been questioned At least one and possibly two WHOOPING CRANES continued at Granger Lake Williamson 3 19 The bird s is being seen in the Sore Finger area Rarities Found This Week A SAGE THRASHER was well described on the edge of the RBA circle at White Rock Park in La Grange Fayette 3 14 A COMMON PAURAQUE was heard on private property in Bastrop County 3 19 A PROTHONOTARY WARBLER was early heard singing at Webberville Park Travis 3 18 HUTTON S VIREOS have had a good week in the circle with birds being seen at Warbler Woods Guadalupe 3 17 photographed 2 birds at Barton Creek Habitat Preserve Travis 3 14 photographed St Edwards Park Travis 3 15 and 2 birds from Fulton Ranch Rd Hays 3 13 VERMILION FLYCATCHERS were reported from Windy Point on Lake Travis Travis 3 17 photographed and Cedar Breaks Park on Lake Georgetown Williamson 3 14 Continuing Birds from Previous Weeks A BLACK THROATED GRAY WARBLER continued at John Stokes San Marcos River Park Hays most recently 3 16 EASTERN TOWHEES continued at a private office complex in west Travis 3 13 and at Warbler Woods Guadalupe 3 15 A WHITE BREASTED NUTHATCH continued at Max Starkes Park in Seguin Guadalupe 3 17 Individual CALLIOPE HUMMINGBIRDS continued on private property in New Braunfels Comal 3 17 and a private residence in central Austin Travis 3 15 Both birds have been well photographed A RED HEADED WOODPECKER continued at CRs 428 and 361 in Williamson 3 17 A GREAT KISKADEE continued at Berry Springs Park in Georgetown Williamson 3 19 RUSTY BLACKBIRDS continued at Hornsby Bend Travis 3 14 Reports for the Austin area RBA cover a 60 mile radius centered on the Capitol in downtown Austin Bird sightings mentioned here have been filtered and scrutinized by the compiler and are believed to be genuine When documentation or photographs were provided that is mentioned along with the other information about the bird s being seen For questions or updates about birds mentioned here or to report rare or unusual bird sightings in the Austin area please send an email to natemcgowanbirds gmail com Nate McGowan Rare Bird Alert Compiler Travis Audubon Society To view our archive of previous RBA reports click here Rare Bird Alert March 12 2015 i Mar 16th w Comments Off on Rare Bird Alert March 12 2015 x by admin Sage Thrasher Derek Bakken Creative Commons The Austin area Rare Bird Alert is a service of the Travis Audubon Society This update is as of 3 12 2015 Send interesting sightings complete with species name LOCATION and contact information to Nathan McGowan at natemcgowanbirds gmail com Exceptional Birds in the Circle A STRIPED SPARROW was photographed and audio recorded at

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