All year long we talk about September as a great time for birds. This is because of migration and the probability of unusual birds showing up.
On some lucky days, especially after northwest winds, it seems that songbirds are all over the place. But identifying them can be a problem.
Songbirds are on the wing moving south for the season. Their migration will pick up in intensity over the next few weeks, and the sightings will be...
The southward migration of songbirds has started. They may be wherever you are, in the woods, fields or even along the shore.
It was a pretty good season for beach nesting birds this year. The Vineyard set a new record for breeding piping plovers at 70 pairs.
Selena Roman observed an immature little blue heron at Albert’s Pond in West Tisbury.
Keep your eyes glued to the sky for a glimpse of these species common to our shores.
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