The Southwestern Ohio Rare Bird Alert for September 14, 2014 compiled by the Dayton Audubon Society.
The highlights of this report are American Avocet and Bald Eagle.
Seen at Englewood MetroPark East Park on September 13th were Pectoral, Solitary, Semipalmated and Least Sandpiper, American Avocet, Lesser and Greater Yellowlegs, Great Egret, Great Blue and Green Heron, Belted Kingfisher, Bald Eagle - 2 adult and 1 immature, Double-crested Cormorant, Wood Duck, Mallard, Canada Goose and Ruby-throated Hummingbird.
Observed at the North Park that same day were Osprey, Double-crested Cormorant, Green Heron, Bald Eagle, Wood Ducks and Mallard.
To report rare, unusual, or first-of-the-season sightings in the Dayton area, call Ralph Dennler at 937-294-5086.
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This Dayton Audubon Rare Bird Alert is updated periodically as warranted. For last minute updates, call the Dayton Audubon Hotline at 937-640-BIRD(2473). Good birding to all!