Birds of the North Langdon Trail

Birds of the North Langdon Trail

You can see these birds near the North Langdon Nature Trail, off Millcroft, opposite The Knolls Close. Look for the “Habitat Restoration Project” sign (right) that marks the trailhead. They have been carved by Maarten Simon-Thomas.  Maarten installed 13 of them in 2020. Since then he has placed five others, and replaced or re-painted a few that had suffered some damage.

You are invited to explore the trail, and see how many you can spot. If you have trouble finding them all, you can get a hint from this map of the area. It shows the location of each bird, relative to the trail and the two creeks that border the area. The birds on the map are not labeled. It’s up to you to identify them, using the photos posted here.

Great Horned Owl
Prothonotary Warbler
Painted Bunting
Northern Cardinal
Mallard Duck
Kingfisher
Ovenbird
Baltimore Oriole
Pileated Woodpecker
Black Throated Warbler
Tufted Titmouse
Eastern Towhee
Grey Heron
Indigo Bunting
Barn Owl
American Robin
Red Shouldered Blackbird
Blue Jay