Sunday, May 02, 2021

Wood Strawberry - Sit Spot #825 - May 2, 2021

Wood Strawberry

Sunday, May 2, 2021 10:00 a.m.

Sit #825  : Brush Pile W : Mostly cloudy 

Red-bellied Woodpecker calling,

Bluebirds calling,

Mourning Doves cooing,

Cardinals singing,

Field Sparrow singing,

Woodpecker drumming,

Many Common Dandelions blooming,

Garlic Mustard blooming,

Robins singing,

(Some thing has dog excited,

I don't see anything),

Red-winged Blackbirds calling,


6:30 a.m.

Blue Jays calling,

Woodpecker drumming,

Goldfinches squeaking,

Mourning Doves cooing,

Robins singing,

Other unidentified bird calls,

Sunshine among eastern clouds,

Along the trails -

Robin alarm call,

Field Sparrow singing,

Red-bellied Woodpecker calling,

Great Blue Heron flying overhead,

Red-winged Blackbirds calling,

Crows cawing,

House Wren singing,

Towhee calling,

Cowbirds calling,

7 Morel Mushrooms,

1st Wood Strawberry blooming,

Tree Swallows,

Song Sparrows singing,

1st Apple Trees blooming,

Carolina Wren,

White-throated Sparrow singing,

Fleur-Ange spotted a Jack-in-the-Pulpit

    near the Morels in the evening when

    we went to collect the mushrooms

Birds seen in the Hamilton area

that I want to watch for:

Upland Sandpiper,

Scarlet Tanager,

Clay-coloured Sparrow,

Cerulean Warbler,

Common Yellowthroat,


Wild Flowers seen - 

Wild Apple Tree,

Three-flowered Avens,

Hairy Bittercress, 

Domestic Apricot Tree,

Common Chickweed,

Mouse-ear Chickweed,



European Red Current,


Prickly Gooseberry,

Common Dandelion,

Marsh Dandelion,

Red-seeded Dandelion,

Purple Dead Nettle,

Spotted  Dead Nettle,

Grape Hyacinth,

Ground Ivy,

Forsythia Shrub,


Garlic Mustard,

Domestic Pear Tree in bloom


Common Shadbush,


Spring Beauty,

Wild Strawberry,

1st Wood Strawberry,

Red Trillium,

1st White Trilliums,

Trout Lilies,

1st Yellow Rocket,

Common Violet,

English Violet (Sweet Blue),

LeConte’s Violet,

Sweet White Violet,

Yellow Violets,

Wild Ginger,

Kitchen Window and Bird Feeder -

Blue Jays,


Mourning Doves,


White-breasted Nuthatch,



Downy Woodpecker,

Red-bellied Woodpecker,

Black Squirrels,

Grey Squirrels,

Red Squirrel.

Photo Site #9 - 
Looking out from the West Brush Pile

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