Wanting Warblers
Robert A. Culbert

It is already May and warblers are still few and far between.

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Migration at Night
Robert A. Culbert

We have had our share of bad weather in April.

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Popular Club
Robert A. Culbert

To say that the arrival of ruby-throated hummingbirds is eagerly anticipated is an understatement.

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More Arrivals
Robert A. Culbert

Thirty or more years ago snowy egrets were more abundant than great egrets, but things change in nature over time.

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Serendipity
Robert A. Culbert

We drive by a pond many times a week, and decades pass without seeing anything other than mallards, Canada geese and crows.

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April Arrives
Robert A. Culbert

It is hard to believe that by the time you read this it will be April.

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Buzz Birds
Robert A. Culbert

Adult bald eagles are near the top of most birders wish lists.

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Ahoy Osprey
Robert A. Culbert

It is March and, as expected, the pace of the northward migration has increased.

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Spring Fling
Robert A. Culbert

One of the major signs of spring took place on March 1 when Albert Fischer found one tree swallow over Squibnocket pond near the beach parking lot.

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Odds and Ends
Robert A. Culbert

A first for the year! Bob Shriber found a Lapland longspur on Norton Point beach on March 1.

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