Rodeo Ground Open Space 1

Stored Grains Present: 
Primary Substrate: 
Himalayan blackberry (Rubus armeniacus)
Secondary Substrate: 
cattails (Typha spp.)

address is Lincoln Hills Golf Course Maintenance yard, with vehicle parking spots to allow observation on foot. No parking allowed on Joiner Pkwy. Cement culverts for Caperton Canal run under the Parkway at that point. Across the street [to the west] are vacant fields, with a small creek (Caperton Canal). Multiple blackberry brambles interspersed with cattails and bulrushes exist along the creek west of the road. 4 brambles are colony locations, 60-200 yards from parkway, each along the canal [creek].

Observations from this Location

Record Observation Date Observer Number of Birds Data Source
Data 2016-05-02 0 Personal Observation
Data 2016-04-25 0 Personal Observation
Data 2016-04-17 0 Personal Observation
Data 2016-04-08 0 Sample Survey, 2016 (unpublished)
Data 2015-04-17 0 Sample Survey, 2015 (unpublished)
Data 2014-04-18 Ellen Roots McBride 0 Statewide Survey, 2014 (unpublished)
Data 2011-04-15 John Irwin 300 Statewide Survey, 2011 (unpublished)
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