Although I found no casualties on this survey, the sharp eyes of undergrad Alicia Maple found one for me later in the day, and I’ve decided to include it. Alicia found the bird on the lawn in a spot outside my normal survey area on the south side of the building. It’s a Nashville Warbler, and it is located approximately 18m from the nearest glass pane on the Noble Research Center. As I was walking up to photograph it, I watched a fellow on the landscaping crew run over the carcass with a riding lawnmower.
Given the bird’s poor condition, I’ve decided to leave it in situ for a scavenging trial.