Memorial Day Birding

Clay-colored Sparrow

As spring migration wraps up . . . Ingrid and I did a bit of birding over the long weekend.

On Saturday we drove to the Brownfield in western Maine where we found a Louisiana Waterthrush singing loudly.

On Sunday we drove up the coast a bit and found a Yellow-bellied Flycatcher singing in a bog.

And Monday we got a continuing Black-necked Stilt and a Clay-colored Sparrow in southern Maine.

Black-necked Stilt

This morning Ingrid goes back to work, with three weeks left in her 39 year teaching career and this weekend was a nice preview of our 2024 USA Big Year!!!!

Clay-colored Sparrow

1 comment

  1. By Anonymous -

    Congratulations to Ingrid. Wow 39’years. She must have starting teaching at age 5

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