Browsing Bliss Awaits You

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— Bryan

Immature Peregrine Falcon / © Bryan Pfeiffer

Immature Peregrine Falcon / © Bryan Pfeiffer

TODAY ON MONHEGAN ISLAND the winds blew fair with birds. Peregrine Falcons gave chase and took life. In the lilacs near the Rope Shed a Nashville Warbler cavorted with a Tennessee Warbler. A flock of a dozen Baltimore Orioles paraded around the village.

Another day on the flyway.

Twenty or so species of warbler, six species of vireo, oddballs like Common Nighthawk, Red-headed Woodpecker and Lesser Black-backed Gull have kept us birders busy and entertained this week. I myself am much too busy to spend more time here writing. My apologies for that. I’ll offer a few photos and promises of a bird list soon. Meanwhile, here are all my Monhegan Migration updates. Onward.

Red-eyed Vireo / © Bryan Pfeiffer

Red-eyed Vireo / © Bryan Pfeiffer

Painted Lady / © Bryan Pfeiffer

Painted Lady / © Bryan Pfeiffer

Cape May Warbler / © Bryan Pfeiffer

Cape May Warbler / © Bryan Pfeiffer

2 comments
  1. Lin Garrepy says:

    Someday I’ll join you there

  2. lindawurm says:

    Yeah.Not-so-common nighthawks. I wish!!
    Sounds great!

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