Monday, September 10, 2007

While the weather continues being somewhat uncooperative for songbird migration there have been some decent sightings in the woods. Northern Parula, Cape May, Bay-breasted Warblers, Rusty Blackbird and Northern Goshawk have been seen over the last couple of days. Numbers of Red-breasted Nuthatch, Cedar Waxwing, White-throated Sparrow and Pine Siskin are increasing. Cory has been having good numbers of shorebirds and jaegers out at the waterbird count. The parasitic jaeger pictured above put on a nice show chasing gulls right on the tip today.

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