Breeding Birds

The continuing story this spring is another cloudy rainy day with wind from the North and Northeast. Birdwatchers love their breeding birds but the challenge is finding migrants that you don’t regularly encounter.

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Whether the Weather

We have had a string of less than ideal weather during recent Christmas Bird Counts.

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Winter Survival

We were lucky that we did not get battered by the Christmas storm!

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Winter Invasions

A wish list of species I hope will be found before the end of the year are as follows.

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Corvid Community

I read that my neighbor on this page — Lynne Irons of The Vineyard Gardener — has observed all the fish crows that hang out around the Five Corners area.

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Holiday Cheer

Help us ring in the new year! The 63rd annual Martha's Vineyard Christmas Bird Count will be held Jan. 1.

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Insects and Birds

The numbers of birds in the U.S. has declined by fifty percent since 1966!

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Bird Sightings on Martha's Vineyard: November 2022

November brings cooler weather and the arrival of winter residents, especially waterfowl. Transient migrants continue to be found, including some summer resident species, though they appear in newer numbers.

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Waterfowl Drop In

It is that time of the year: Thanksgiving. Do not forget to remember everything you are thankful for.

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