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A fledgling dark-eyed junco was seen leaving its nest in Tunkhannock last week.
A fledgling dark-eyed junco was seen leaving its nest in Tunkhannock last week.
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Highlights of recent sightings conducted throughout northeastern Pennsylvania by area birders. For a complete list along with area hot spots, visit the Greater Wyoming Valley Audubon Society website at: www.grwyovalas.org.


July 17


Bear Creek Twp. (Luzerne County)


Eastern towhee


female common yellowthroat


July 19


Plymouth Flats (Luzerne County)


juvenile Little Blue Heron


molting, male green-winged teal


July 20


Nescopeck (Luzerne County)


1 adult wood duck


7 young wood ducks


1 adult green heron and four juveniles


indigo bunting


scarlet tanager


Baltimore oriole


July 21


Beaumont (Wyoming County)


juvenile red-tailed hawk


Eastern kingbird


green heron


kingfisher


July 21


New Era (Bradford County)


2 green herons


July 21


Tunkhannock Twp. (Wyoming County)


male and female rose-breasted grosbeak


female bluebird


tufted titmice


blue jays


wood thrush


common yellowthroat


July 21


Lake Carey (Wyoming County)


Brown thrasher


July 22


Bear Creek Twp. (Luzerne County)


female Eastern towhee


hermit thrush


July 24


Lake Carey (Wyoming County)


Broad-winged hawk


Fledgling dark-eyed junco from a nest in a fern on a porch


Special bat report


July 21


A birder in Tunkhannock reported seeing two bats - the first she has seen in years.


2 bats first ones she’s seen in two years. Coincidentally, the Pennsylvania Game Commission will be hosting a program on bats on Aug. 19 at the region office in Dallas.


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