Unusual waterfowl stop here in spring and fall. Northern Pintail, Harlequin Duck, all three scoters, and Long-tailed Duck may be seen, as well as Red-throated and Common Loons, Horned and Red-necked Grebes, and even a rare Eared Grebe was observed once. During migration there is a chance of spotting a few shorebirds, such as Semipalmated Plover, Lesser Yellowlegs, or Semipalmated and Least Sandpipers. Teboville Road to the north passes through open country of overgrown fields with Warbling Vireo, Gray Catbird, Brown Thrasher, and in years of tent caterpillar outbreaks Black-billed Cuckoo.
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