After two weeks without a new bird, my Maine Big Year is back on track as I’ve been picked up five new birds in the last four days.
Today I got a Hermit Thrush and a Pine Warbler, bringing the count to 138. The state record is 317, so there is a long way to go.
A Pine Warblers is a bug eating bird that can general be found in . . . you guessed it . . . pine trees!!!! But generally in warm weather, this Pine Warbler has been visiting an Arundel, Maine bird feeder all winter. He looks pretty good.