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10153Captain Cook SP 6/6

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  • kenaibirder
    Jun 8, 2014
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      We birded Captain Cook State Park (north of Niliski) and as usual it does not disapoint during the first week of June. A relaxed morning of birding yield six breeding species of warblers (NOWA, BLPW, OCWA, YEWA, WIWA, and YRWA) and five breeding species of thrush (AMRO, VATH, HETH, SWTH, and GCTH). Bar none it is the the best place on the Kenai Peninsula to find Northern Waterthrush (40+) and Blackpoll Warbler (10+) in abundance. The lush mixed forest canopy and understory of this area support excetionaly high densities of breeding passerines.

      Toby and Laura Burke

      Kenai, AK