• 14

    Bird Walk at New Quarter Park, 10/14/2017

    08:00 -10:00
    Standing: Stan Belback, Portia Belden, Jan Lockwood, Leticia Lussier, Joe Jones, Sitting: Joyce Lowry, Althea MacWhorter, Susan MacWhorter, Ruth Gordon, and Cheryl Jacobson. Photo by Sara Lewis
    Sat Oct 14, 2017 7:30 AM
    Protocol: Traveling
    Party Size: 11
    Duration: 2 hour(s), 45 minute(s)
    Distance: 1.75 mile(s)
    eBird list
    3Double-crested Cormorant
    4Great Blue Heron
    7Great Egret
    3Black Vulture
    5Turkey Vulture
    1Red-shouldered Hawk
    2Clapper Rail
    16Laughing Gull
    1Mourning Dove
    1Belted Kingfisher
    7Red-bellied Woodpecker
    1Downy Woodpecker
    5Northern Flicker
    1Eastern Phoebe
    2Red-eyed Vireo
    4Blue Jay
    10American Crow
    3Carolina Chickadee
    4Tufted Titmouse
    3White-breasted Nuthatch
    3Carolina Wren
    7Eastern Bluebird
    1Catharus sp.
    2American Robin
    3Gray Catbird
    1Black-throated Blue Warbler
    2Pine Warbler
    1Eastern Towhee
    6Northern Cardinal
    75Red-winged Blackbird
    13American Goldfinch
  • 18

    October 2017 Meeting: Bill Williams and the birds of the Greater Antilles

    19:00 -20:30
    Andews Hall Room 101
    605 Jamestown Rd., Williamsburg, VA

    Our presenter for our October 18, 2017 meeting will be our club President, Bill Williams. He will be speaking on Birds of the Greater Antilles. Bill traveled to the Dominican Republic in December for research and then Puerto Rico this past March for birding. His presentation is sure to contain some good conservation stories as well as some great bird photos. 7:00-9:30 p.m., Andrews Hall, 605 Jamestown Rd, Williamsburg, VA. Refreshments will be served.


  • 18

    Download Parking Pass

    19:00 -22:00

    Parking for meetings on W&M’s campus require a pass. Download yours here.

  • 21

    Field Trip to Grandview Beach, October 21, 2017

    08:00 -12:00
    The yellow rumps are back in town and were well represented yesterday. After filtering them out, we had some great birds and good looks at Golden-crowned Kinglets, a Marsh Wren, Hermit Thrush, Swamp Sparrow, and Savannah Sparrow.
    Nancy Barnhart, Leader
    John and Marilyn Adair
    Lou Amato
    Lisa Billow
    Shirley Devan
    Deane and Ruth Gordon
    Jan Lockwood
    Letitia Lussier
    Patty Maloney
    Cathy Millar
    Sue Mutell
    Betty Peterson
    Grandview Nature Preserve, Hampton, Virginia, US
    Oct 21, 2017 8:05 AM – 11:15 AM
    Protocol: Traveling
    1.75 mile(s)
    Comments:     Williamsburg Bird Club Field Trip
    45 species (+2 other taxa)
    2Canada Goose
    21Double-crested Cormorant
    15Brown Pelican
    1Great Blue Heron
    5Great Egret
    1White Ibis
    3Laughing Gull
    4Ring-billed Gull
    3Herring Gull
    2Great Black-backed Gull
    12gull sp.
    3Mourning Dove
    3Belted Kingfisher
    2Red-bellied Woodpecker
    2Downy Woodpecker
    1Northern Flicker
    1Eastern Phoebe
    3Blue Jay
    2American Crow
    4crow sp.
    9Tree Swallow
    3Carolina Chickadee
    6Carolina Wren
    3Golden-crowned Kinglet
    3Ruby-crowned Kinglet
    2Eastern Bluebird
    1Hermit Thrush
    23American Robin
    2Gray Catbird
    4Brown Thrasher
    4Northern Mockingbird
    5European Starling
    1Common Yellowthroat
    1Pine Warbler
    48Yellow-rumped Warbler
    7White-throated Sparrow
    2Savannah Sparrow
    5Song Sparrow
    1Swamp Sparrow
    2Eastern Towhee
    2Northern Cardinal
    4Red-winged Blackbird
    3House Finch
    4American Goldfinch
  • 28

    Bird Walk at New Quarter Park, 10/28/2017

    07:00 -09:00
    New Quarter Park
    1000 Lakeshead Dr., Williamsburg, Va
    Bird walk participants
    New Quarter Park, York, Virginia, US
    Oct 28, 2017 7:00 AM – 9:15 AM
    Protocol: Traveling
    2.0 mile(s)
    34 species
    eBird list
    4Double-crested Cormorant
    2Great Egret
    12Turkey Vulture
    2Bald Eagle
    1Red-tailed Hawk
    2Clapper Rail
    1Laughing Gull
    5Mourning Dove
    2Belted Kingfisher
    4Red-bellied Woodpecker
    2Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
    3Downy Woodpecker
    2Northern Flicker
    1Pileated Woodpecker
    4Blue Jay
    9American Crow
    8Carolina Chickadee
    12Tufted Titmouse
    3White-breasted Nuthatch
    5Carolina Wren
    3Ruby-crowned Kinglet
    4Eastern Bluebird
    2Hermit Thrush
    22American Robin
    1Gray Catbird
    13Yellow-rumped Warbler
    1Yellow-throated Warbler
    1Chipping Sparrow
    3White-throated Sparrow
    2Northern Cardinal
    18Red-winged Blackbird
    17Common Grackle
    8American Goldfinch