June 12 Update - We had a big day on 6/4

A week of warm weather has produced a load of observations. We're at 8,000+ for the year.

Forktails still lead in the number of observations (800-ish) and Counties (78 each for Eastern and Fragile). Common Whitetail numbers are next, with 130 observers (the high on that metric) reporting observations. Pondhawks numbers rising quickly.

We now have observations from every County. Franklin (788) doubling up on Ashtabula, Lucas, and Montgomery. Franklin also leads in number of species with 50. Allen, Marion, Knox, Scioto, and Wood are the low end.

There have been 4 days this year with over 500 observations. We don't normally see those kind of numbers until mid-to-late June. June 4 was a special day - we recorded 72 different species! This may be half of what we will see for the year. The previous species/day high was 66, on 3 days back in 2019 and 2021. Amazing.

Thanks for the Odes.

Posted on Ιούνιος 13, 2023 0232 ΠΜ by jimlem jimlem


Thanks for the update...always interesting statistics!

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