Waterfowl will be abundant on our ponds until April.
Two hundred or so fish crows are in downtown Vineyard Haven. They appear to be more abundant now than they were a week ago.
It is exciting to have November start off with a surprising find.
It is fun to see a species when and where you do not expect it, like a Wilson's snipe in Aquinnah.
A lark sparrow is this week’s Bird of the Week. This normally western sparrow seldom reaches the Atlantic Coast.
A male black-throated gray warbler was found Oct. 8 near Squibnocket Pond. It is the sixth time this species has been observed on the Vineyard.
Keep your eyes glued to the sky for a glimpse of these species common to our shores.
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