CNP Update: Migration Lull

We’ve hit the proverbial wall at the Callaway Nature Preserve. This past week we’ve had no new migrating birds besides the hoards of ravenous White-throated Sparrows. After the excitement of the willow tree collapse, the birding has been the opposite – boring!

But we suspect some Northern Cardinals are on eggs and the White-breasted Nuthatches are salvaging what’s left of their seed stores in the now horizontal willow tree. We feel the waves of thrushes are eminent!

With the lack of birds we took some photos of some of our native plants.

White Trillium
Trillium

Trillium (not sure which, maybe Prairie)
Trillium

Common Oak Sedge
Common Oak Sedge

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