Screech Owl Rescue
Robert A. Culbert

On Nov. 21, Tom and Jen Hawkins were driving along and noticed a small animal standing on the white line at the edge of the road.

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Hop on It
Susan B. Whiting

The “damndemic” as I call the Covid-19 pandemic has created an incredible uptick in bird watching.

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Migrant Influx
Robert A. Culbert

The southward migration has been raging since late June, and it will continue into the early weeks of next year.

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Increasing Irruption
Robert A. Culbert

Evening grosbeaks are yet another irruptive species that is vacating its northern habitats due to a lack of its favored foods.

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Southbound Again
Robert A. Culbert

The season for southbound migrants continues, perhaps accelerated due to the recent winter-like weather at the end of October.

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Waterfowl Wonderland
Robert A. Culbert

Here they come! The Vineyard is well known for hosting a lot of waterfowl (ducks, geese and swans) from October to April.

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Irruptive Species
Robert A. Culbert

Red-breasted nuthatches and pine siskins are two irruptive species.

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Songbirds at Sea
Robert A. Culbert

Songbirds cannot swim.

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Western Strays
Robert A. Culbert

Dedicated and perhaps obsessive birders live for this.

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Songbirds At Last
Robert A. Culbert

Finally! The southward migration of songbirds is becoming more intense.

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