The bell call of the bluejay wakened me. The list of projects to be accomplished ran through my brain.
An immature Cooper’s hawk landed in an old oak tree near the parking lot at Cedar Tree Neck on August 19.
All too often, publicity about endangered species is about how the protection will adversely affect land use decisions.
It is not quite the middle of August, and songbirds are moving southward toward their wintering grounds.
Young ospreys may end up in unusual locations at this time of the year. Maybe one is perched on your roof.
Piping plovers have been protected along the Atlantic Coast since 1986, and over the years many people have asked about their wintering grounds.
Keep your eyes glued to the sky for a glimpse of these species common to our shores.
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