Monthly Archives: March 2017

Canvasback in Maine

I find a certain sense of excitement when I travel to a new location to see a rare or new bird and upon arriving when the “hunt” begins. As soon a I parked the car, I pulled my binoculars to my eyes . . . and there is was . . . the Canvasback!!!!   […]

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Great Blue Heron and Northern Shoveler

On a trip to Vermont for a Bed and Breakfast weekend, Ingrid and I made a few stops along the Maine Coast to see what birds might be lurking about. In New England, March is the cruelest of months, with a few signs of spring (melting snow banks, maple sap being tapped for syrup, and […]

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