The Kennebago River from the Boy Scout Road with Rangeley Birding Festival tour group, 6/12.
My observations of note – in addition to many of the area’s breeding specialties – over the past eight days included the following:
1 heard only CANADA JAY, 6/12, but two well-seen on 6/13, Boy Scout Road, Rangeley, (with Evan Obercian and Rangeley Birding Festival tour group) 2 Red Crossbills, Wheeler Rd, Rangeley, 6/12 (with Evan Obercian). 1 Cape May Warbler, Rangeley, 6/12 (with Evan Obercian. Could not relocate on 6/13). 16++ occupied PURPLE MARTIN nests, Depot Road colony, Belgrade, 6/13 (with Evan Obercian). 1 Louisiana Waterthrush, Morgan Meadow WMA, 6/15 (with Jeannette). 1 proposed TRICOLORED HERON X SNOWY EGRET X LITTLE EGRET hybrid, Pelreco Marsh, Scarborough Marsh, 6/16 (with clients from Colorado and Maine) and 6/17 (with clients from Minnesota). 1 AMERICAN OYSTERCATCHER, Pine Point, Scarborough, 6/16 (with clients from Colorado and Maine). 1 Lesser Yellowlegs and 4 Greater Yellowlegs, Eastern Road Trail, Scarborough Marsh, 6/17 (with clients from Minnesota). 3 Sooty Shearwaters (FOY), 1 Greater Shearwater, 40+ Wilson’s Storm-Petrels, etc, Cap’n Fish’s Whale Watch, Boothbay Harbor, 6/17 (with clients from Minnesota).
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My observations of note over the past six days included the following:
1 3 rd-cycle LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULL, French Island Ledge, Casco Bay, 6/6 (with “Birds of Casco Bay” tour group). Photo below. 1 Roseate Tern, The Goslings, Harpswell, 6/6 (with “Birds of Casco Bay” tour group). 1 COMMON MURRE, 4 NORTHERN FULMARS, 5 RED-NECKED PHALAROPES (FOY), 103 Wilson’s Storm-Petrels (FOY), 1 Great Shearwater (FOY), etc, Boothbay Mini-Pelagic with Cap’n Fish Whale Watch, 6/7. Full trip list and tour report here. 1 continuing pair Gadwalls, Pelreco Marsh, Scarborough Marsh, 6/8 (with client from California). 3 Olive-sided Flycatchers (FOY), family group of 6 CANADA JAYS, etc, Long Falls Dam Road Area, Somerset County, 6/9 (with client from California). 1 Yellow-billed Cuckoo (FOY), Foothills Land Conservancy, Wilton, 6/9 (with client from California)
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Birding in Maine, Week Reports and tagged Atlantic Puffin, Birding, birds, Canada Jay, Cap'n Fish Cruises, Casco Bay, Common Murre, Lesser Black-backed Gull, Long Falls Dam Road, Maine, Northern Fulmar, pelagics, Red-necked Phalarope, Seacoast Tours on . June 10, 2021