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Horicon Marsh-Redhead Dam, Horicon, WI, USA


HUGE diversity of species in the Horicon Marsh! The Horicon Marsh is probably my favorite place to go birding because you never know what different species you might see! In this adventure I saw 31 species, most of them with photos, and of those 31, 5 were new to my life list: Black Tern, Yellow-throated Vireo, Blue-winged Teal, Redhead, and a Common Yellowthroat. I’m not counting this as a new species, but I also saw a rare Red-shafted Northern Flicker! (I’ve seen the yellow-shafted before)

Here is my eBird checklist of my birding trip:

Check out my blog post about my trip at my website:



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Species: Redhead

Birding At The Horicon Marsh

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

2 responses to “Birding at the Horicon Marsh”

  1. birdloverUK says:

    COOL! i have over 100 nest boxes in our garden. Im not sure what birds nested in them but we definetly have house wrens nesting in them!

  2. Texas Bird Family says:

    That is a male Blue-gray Gnatcatcher. The females are gray, the males are blue.

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