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Where to find Semipalmated Plover in September
within 25 miles of Cary, NC, USA

This page shows which locations in the selected region historically had the highest probability of a checklist including Semipalmated Plover in September. Because some locations may be undersampled, the results are sorted based on a confidence score which takes into account how many samples are available. The bar chart shows how the probability of observing this species varies over the year.

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Rank Map Pics Location Distance Observed Sampled Frequency Confidence
1 Falls Lake--Will Suitt Mudflats 18.8 11 18 61.1% 38.6%
2 Jordan Lake--New Hope Creek arm (Chatham Co) 12.0 37 89 41.6% 31.9%
3 Jordan Lake--Morgan Creek arm (seasonal mudflats) 12.6 13 28 46.4% 29.5%
4 Falls Lake--Ellerbe Creek RR Grade 19.0 68 194 35.1% 28.7%
5 Falls Lake--Neuse River RR Grade (Granville Co) 20.0 5 9 55.6% 26.7%
6 Lake Wheeler marshes 6.9 25 118 21.2% 14.8%
7 Falls Lake--Hickory Hill Boat Ramp 18.4 7 45 15.6% 7.7%
8 Jordan Lake SRA--Robeson Creek Canoe Access 18.4 1 3 33.3% 6.1%
9 Jordan Game Land---(751 bridge) Northeast Creek 10.6 6 46 13.0% 6.1%
10 Jordan Lake--New Hope Creek Arm (Durham Co) 12.3 4 31 12.9% 5.1%
11 Lake Crabtree Nature Trail--Southport Entrance 3.3 14 173 8.1% 4.9%
12 Lake Crabtree Dam 3.3 6 60 10.0% 4.7%
13 Jordan Lake--Historical Data Only 15.3 3 32 9.4% 3.2%
14 Jordan Lake--Farrington Point Rd Causeway 12.9 2 22 9.1% 2.5%
15 Falls Lake 15.1 2 26 7.7% 2.1%
16 Schenck Forest 3.6 6 185 3.2% 1.5%
17 Jordan Game Land--Transis Camp Rd. 12.6 2 51 3.9% 1.1%
18 Jordan Game Land--Farrington Point Boating Access 13.1 1 31 3.2% 0.6%
19 Jordan Lake SRA--Ebenezer Point 15.0 2 103 1.9% 0.5%
20 Lake Crabtree County Park 3.6 4 388 1.0% 0.4%