There were some unusual sightings last weekend, including a Nashville warbler, clay-colored sparrow and little blue heron, but my overall impression...
This is the season to hear migrating songbirds at night as they pass overhead. Their short chips and notes are easy to overlook.
Help Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Fern and Feather Day Camp. I can’t believe I was teaching there when I was a...
A new shorebird came in for a landing at Squibnocket last week, a Baird’s sandpiper — a rare fall migrant on the Vineyard.
Last weekend Luanne Johnson and Liz Baldwin of Biodiversity Works asked for volunteers to help celebrate World Shorebirds Day.
The American golden plover was hunted on the Vineyard and elsewhere in the 1800s.
Keep your eyes glued to the sky for a glimpse of these species common to our shores.
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