Five Maryland youth birders participated on 3 different teams in the 2011 World Series of Birding on May 14, 2011 in Cape May, NJ.
– Amanda joined the Razorbill team, finding 193 species, placing first in the youth division, and placing 3rd overall among all teams.
– Gabby, Emmett, and Callem, making up the Chesapeake Chippers, found 141 species in the lower end of the state, placed 3rd in the youth division, and 13th among all teams.
– Mike was a part of the Delaware Dunlins, finding 141 species in Cape May County alone.
Once again Maryland youth showed that they are the best.
Click here for the overall results.
A complete list of the 141 species found by the Chesapeake Chippers is listed below:
|DUCK, American Black|
|HERON, Great Blue|
|HERON, Little Blue|
|GULL, Great Black-backed|
|OWL, Great Horned|
|FLYCATCHER, Great Crested|
|SWALLOW, N. Rough-winged|