Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

Fall 2018

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62 Autumn 2018 | Wake Forest 27587 Magazine Part XVII )PYKLYǜZ.\PKL 5VY[O*HYVSPUHPZ OVTL[VHUHI\UKHUJL VMIPYKZWLJPLZ /LYLHYLZVTL VM[OLTVYLJVTTVU ]HYPL[PLZ`V\JHU L_WLJ[[VZWV[^P[OPU the Piedmont region PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF BRENDAN KLICK /CAROLINA BIRD CLUB EDITOR'S NOTE: The Carolina Bird Club, the pre-eminent group for birders in the Carolinas, was founded in 1937 and has more than 900 members. For more information, visit carolinabirdclub.org. SOURCES: 8LI%YHYFSR7SGMIX]EHETXIHJVSQ/IR/EYJQER´W±0MZIWSJ2SVXL%QIVMGER&MVHW²EYHYFSRSVK½IPHKYMHI8LI'SVRIPP0EFSJ3VRMXLSPSK]EPPEFSYXFMVHWSVK Swainson's Thrush (Catharus ustulatus) 7[EMRWSR´WXLVYWLIW°SJXIRGEPPIH±QSWUYMXSXLVYWLIW²JSVXLIMVLEFMXSJKSMRKEJXIV¾]MRKMRWIGXW°EVIQSVIJVIUYIRXP]LIEVHXLERWIIRERH EVIORS[RJSVXLIMV¾YXIPMOIWSRKW(YVMRKEYXYQRERHWTVMRKQMKVEXMSRXLIMVWSJXFIPPPMOI±TIITW²QE]FIQMWXEOIRJSVXLIGEPPWSJJVSKW8LIPSRKIWX living Swainson's thrush on record was at least 12 years, 1 month old when it was re-caught and re-released during banding operations in 2006. Semipalmated Sandpiper (Calidris pusilla) The semipalmated sandpiper — named for the short webs between its toes ("palmated" means webbed) — is an abundant WQEPPWLSVIFMVHGETEFPISJ¾]MRKXSQMPIWJVSQ New England and southern Canada to South America, powered by its extensive fat reserves. It often gathers by the thousands at stopover points during migration. The slight webbing between its toes is visible only at extremely close range. Solitary Sandpiper (Tringa solitaria) 2IEVP]EPPWERHTMTIVWQMKVEXIMR¾SGOWERHRIWXSRXLIKVSYRH but the solitary sandpiper breaks both rules. In migration it is usually encountered alone, along the bank of a shady creek If approached, MXFSFWRIVZSYWP]XLIR¾MIWE[E][MXLWLEVT[LMWXPIHGVMIW-XPE]WMXWIKKW in the tree nests of song birds, including those of the American robin and cedar waxwing. Of the 85 sandpiper species, only this and the green sandpiper of Eurasia routinely lay eggs in tree nests.

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