Where to find Anhinga 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 Anhinga 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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|1||Middle Creek Bottomlands II||24.9||5||16||31.2%||14.2%|
|2||Crabtree Creek Wetland--West of Raleigh Blvd.||9.8||11||110||10.0%||5.7%|
|3||Town Lake Park||23.4||3||24||12.5%||4.3%|
|4||Jordan Game Land--(751 bridge) White Oak Creek||10.3||1||6||16.7%||3.0%|
|5||Jordan Lake--Crosswinds Marina||13.2||1||9||11.1%||2.0%|
|6||New Hope Waterfowl Impoundment||13.8||1||12||8.3%||1.5%|
|7||University Lake, Chapel Hill||19.3||1||21||4.8%||0.8%|
|8||Old Bynum Bridge||20.4||1||151||0.7%||0.1%|
|9||Falls Lake--Ellerbe Creek RR Grade||19.0||1||210||0.5%||0.1%|
|10||Lake Crabtree Nature Trail--Southport Entrance||3.3||1||214||0.5%||0.1%|
|11||Lake Crabtree County Park||3.6||1||471||0.2%||0.0%|