Audubon Society of Ohio
The Cincinnati Chapter of National Audubon Society

Date: Monday, September 11, 2017

Location: Bass Island

Reporter: mark bogosian

Other observers:

A swarm of Warblers blew through here around 10:30 AM: Northern Parula, Black-throated green, Blackburnian, American Redstart, Bay-breasted, and Tennessee.

Date: Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Location: Blue Ash Sycamore area

Reporter: Paul Carlson

Other observers:

Several Common Nighthawks flying over I-71 near Tri-Health and more spotted flying directly over Cooper Rd. towards Jr. High and over Pipkens, all seen 9/5/17. 3 Cormorants on Lake Isabella on 9/3/2017, 1 had a large fish it could not swallow and the others tried their best unsuccessfully to steal it, also 37 Turkey Vultures on the power tower and 1 Black Vulture flyover, 1 Red-tailed Hawk, 2 Yellow-throated Warblers, 1 Pileated, several Goldfinch.

Date: Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Location: Pierce Township backyard

Reporter: fran kidd

Other observers: Richard Kidd

This is the longest ever that we still have rose breasted grosbeaks at our feeders. Have seen both males and females. Coloring seems to suggest they are youngsters. Saw a female this morning.

Date: Sunday, September 3, 2017

Location: Greenbriar Rd. Batavia

Reporter: Amber Latham

Other observers:

Lots of Common Nighthawks flying around between 7 and 7:30. Usually I’ve seen them flying over during migration. This group was definitely on the prowl for dinner.

Date: Saturday, September 2, 2017

Location: East Fork WA off 133 End of Bethel-Concord off Clover Rd

Reporter: Donald Morse

Other observers: Many

The Little Blue Heron remains as of today.  Also, for at least the last couple days, there is also a NEOTROPIC CORMORANT in the area there as well.  Bird photographed.  A Wilson’s Phalarope was seen on Saturday at this location, but was not relocated.  Also, 10 Blue-winged Teal flyover.

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Date: Saturday, September 2, 2017

Location: East Fork State Park south beach

Reporter: Donald Morse

Other observers: many

Saturday:  1 White-rumped Sandpiper, 1 Least Sandpiper, 1 Pectoral SP, 1 Ruddy Turnstone, 4 Lesser Yellowlegs, 2 Semipalmated Plovers, 1 Black Tern, 6 Common Terns

Yesterday had 1 Short-billed Dowitcher.  Also, the Little Blue Heron continues today at the end of Bethel-Concord road.

Date: Saturday, September 2, 2017

Location: Armleder

Reporter: Michael Gertz

Other observers:

Had a few nice waves of Warblers at Armleder early AM highlighted by a Mourning Warbler at the end of the trail to the right at Canoe Launch. Multiple Black-and-white, Prothonatary, Bay-breasted, Overbird, Tennessee, Blackburnian, and Redstart. YB Cuckoo, Bald Eagle, and a few silent Empids as well.

Date: Saturday, September 2, 2017

Location: E-town Bridge

Reporter: Jason Cade

Other observers:

Passing this along on behalf of my dad, Neill Cade. He’s currently down at the dirt pits looking at 2 Buff-breasted Sandpipers & an American Golden-Plover molting out of alternate plumage

Date: Friday, September 1, 2017

Location: Home – Erlanger, KY

Reporter: Helen Wright-North

Other observers: Bill Littleford

We’ve had a small fallout at our home in Erlanger.  Yesterday we had a mourning warbler and today, Sept. 1:  Ovenbird, Blue-winged warbler, black and white warbler, chestnut-sided warbler, American Restart among our usual.  Oven, chestnut, blue are 1st appearances in our yard!! Photos on E-bird.