The most unusual species is a mostly winter plumage Wilson’s phalarope, found by Warren Woessner on August 16.

Dick Jennings and Antone Lima found a juvenile glossy ibis in a salt marsh on Cape Pogue on August 11.

Shorebirds are generally considered to be one of the more difficult species to identify.

Songbirds are on the move. Some of the movement is fairly conspicuous, as with starlings.

An adult little blue heron was spotted on July 19 in Sengekontacket Pond.

It is July, and black terns are on the move.