Marvelous Migrants
Robert A. Culbert

The southward migration often means birders go to the Gay Head Cliffs at the western end of the Island.

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Tough Luck
Robert A. Culbert

So far we have had no luck. The gray heron that was on Tuckernuck and Muskeget last week has not been seen again.

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Morning Flight
Robert A. Culbert

Northwest winds overnight bring loads of migrating songbirds our way.

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Seasonal Shift
Robert A. Culbert

Although Caspian terns often show up in late September and October, their southward migration from Canada to Mexico along the Atlantic Coast is now peaking.

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Hummingbird Heaven
Robert A. Culbert

It's difficult to keep track of hummingbirds as they zip around chasing each other.

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Southbound Songbirds
Robert A. Culbert

We have finally confirmed fish crows nesting on the Vineyard!

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Trash Lovers
Robert A Culbert

Why were there nine gulls at the Bend in the Road Beach late in the afternoon of August 7?

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After the Storm
Robert A. Culbert

We are forecast to experience tropical storm Isaias sometime from Tuesday afternoon to Wednesday morning.

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Hard Questions
Robert A. Culbert

Did they leave a month ago or yesterday? That question is hard to answer.

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Conspicuous Sounds
Robert A. Culbert

American goldfinches are conspicuous. Their flight call, “potato chip, potato chip, ...” (I am not kidding) can be heard near almost any field.

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