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    Many peregrines

    Friday, September 26th, 2014
    Peregrine Falcons, Monhegan Island, Maine, 26 September 2014.

    Peregrine Falcons.

    One warm, sunny day five years ago, during my first visit to Monhegan for fall migration, as I was sitting at a picnic table eating pizza from The Novelty, five Peregrine Falcons flew over. I was sold.

    Warbling Vireo, Monhegan Island, Maine, 26 September 2014.

    Warbling Vireo.

    This warm, sunny day, while sitting at a picnic table having pizza at the Novelty, seven peregrines flew over, circling lazily, or chasing each other. Others passed overhead in morning, and more in afternoon. A day of falcons. Unless you see it, pay attention to it, you can’t really appreciate the thrill.

    In other news, I went with friends on a 45-minute around-the-island cruise. Seals, porpoises, eagles, Black-bellied Plovers.

    Oh, yeah: and I got my first good look at this year’s vagrant Yellow-headed Blackbird.

    Monhegan List
    Tally of species from my sixth day on the island.

    1. Herring Gull
    2. Blue Jay
    3. American Crow
    4. American Goldfinch
    5. Pine Siskin
    6. Yellow-rumped Warbler
    7. Northern Flicker
    8. European Starling
    9. Great Black-backed Gull
    10. Red-eyed Vireo
    11. Warbling Vireo
    12. Nashville Warbler
    13. Black-capped Chickadee
    14. Merlin
    15. Osprey
    16. Sharp-shinned Hawk
    17. Song Sparrow
    18. Yellow-headed Blackbird
    19. Rusty Blackbird
    20. Peregrine Falcon
    21. Carolina Wren
    22. Ruby-crowned Kinglet
    23. Golden-crowned Kinglet
    24. American Redstart
    25. Northern Parula
    26. Double-crested Cormorant
    27. Mallard
    28. Chipping Sparrow
    29. Eastern Towhee
    30. White-crowned Sparrow
    31. White-throated Sparrow
    32. Common Grackle
    33. Northern Harrier
    34. Black-bellied Plover
    35. Bald Eagle

    …and more I’m forgetting.

    Yellow-headed Blackbird, Monhegan Island, Maine, 26 September 2014.

    Yellow-headed Blackbird.

    Another nice day offshore

    Thursday, September 25th, 2014
    Rusty Blackbird, Monhegan Island, Maine, 25 September 2014).

    Rusty Blackbird.

    Carolina Wren, Monhegan Island, Maine, 25 September 2014).

    Carolina Wren.

    Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Monhegan Island, Maine, 25 September 2014).

    Yellow-bellied Sapsucker.

    Awoke well before sunrise this morning—which was nice, considering the lovely sunrise. Today seemed a little more birdy overall, although the Red-Headed Woodpecker seemed to have split the island. (Someone had done a little road grating right in front of its yard.) Walked through Cathedral Woods to Whitehead today. Saw the mother of all fairy houses. Also saw a seal floating on its back.

    Sunrise, Monhegan Island, Maine, 25 September 2014).


    Another nice day offshore.

    Monhegan List
    Tally of species from my fifth day on the island.

    1. American Crow
    2. Herring Gull
    3. Blue Jay
    4. Peregrine Falcon
    5. Least Flycatcher
    6. Baltimore Oriole
    7. Dickcissel
    8. Carolina Wren
    9. Rusty Blackbird
    10. Red-eyed Vireo
    11. Black-capped Chickadee
    12. Yellow-rumped Warbler
    13. Yellow Warbler
    14. Cape May Warbler
    15. American Redstart
    16. Northern Flicker
    17. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
    18. Common Raven
    19. Red-breasted Nuthatch
    20. Great Black-backed Gull
    21. Double-crested Cormorant
    22. Great Cormorant
    23. Ruby-crowned Kinglet
    24. Golden-crowned Kinglet
    25. Black Guillemot
    26. Common Eider
    27. Mallard
    28. Red-winged Blackbird
    29. Yellow-headed Blackbird
    30. Song Sparrow
    31. Chipping Sparrow
    32. Mourning Dove
    33. Merlin
    34. Sharp-shinned Hawk

    …and more I’m forgetting.

    Yellow-headed Blackbird

    Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
    Magnolia Warbler, Monhegan Island, Maine, 24 September 2014.

    Magnolia Warbler.

    Philadelphia Vireo, Monhegan Island, Maine, 24 September 2014.

    Philadelphia Vireo.

    Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Monhegan Island, Maine, 24 September 2014.

    Ruby-throated Hummingbird.

    Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Monhegan Island, Maine, 24 September 2014.

    Rose-breasted Grosbeak.

    Big news today was the Yellow-headed Blackbird that showed up on the island. Big news for all the birders who saw (and didn’t) see it—especially, perhaps, my own self, since it was a lifer for me. However, back at the Trailing Yew later, as I popped into my room to change from shorts to jeans, the bird showed up all sunlit and photogenic on the tip of a spruce overlooking the yard. Dang it.

    Monhegan List
    Tally of species from my fourth day on the island.

    1. Herring Gull
    2. Merlin
    3. Northern Flicker
    4. Blue Jay
    5. European Starling
    6. American Goldfinch
    7. Pine Siskin
    8. Black-capped Chickadee
    9. Eastern Wood-pewee
    10. Eastern Phoebe
    11. Unidentified empid
    12. American Crow
    13. Osprey
    14. Peregrine Falcon
    15. Sharp-shinned Hawk
    16. Common Raven
    17. Rusty Blackbird
    18. Red-headed Woodpecker
    19. Yellow-headed Blackbird
    20. Northern Harrier
    21. Red-eyed Vireo
    22. Song Sparrow
    23. Lincoln’s Sparrow
    24. Chipping Sparrow
    25. Baltimore Oriole
    26. Yellow-rumped Warbler
    27. Blackpoll Warbler
    28. Palm Warbler
    29. Northern Parula
    30. Common Yellowthroat
    31. Philadelphia Vireo
    32. Magnolia Warbler
    33. Rose-breasted Grosbeak
    34. Belted Kingfisher
    35. Ruby-throated Hummingbird

    …and more I’m forgetting.

    Bird Report is an intermittent record of what's outside my window in Rockport, Maine, USA (44°08'N latitude, 69°06'W longitude), and vicinity. —Brian Willson

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