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Western kingbirds

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011
Western Kingbirds, Monhegan Island, Maine, 27 September 2011.

Western Kingbirds, Monhegan Island, Maine, 27 September 2011.

Monhegan List
(In no particular order.)

1. Common yellowthroat
2. Magnolia warbler
3. Pine warbler
4. Black-and-white warbler
5. Wilson’s warbler
6. Blackpoll warbler
7. Yellow-rumped warbler
8. Baltimore oriole
9. Red-eyed vireo
10. American crow
11. Common raven
12. Osprey
13. American kestrel
14. Merlin
15. Peregrine falcon
16. Sharp-shinned hawk
17. Northern harrier
18. Cedar waxwing
19. Blue jay
20. Song sparrow
21. White-throated sparrow
22. White-crowned sparrow
23. Lark sparrow
24. Chipping sparrow
25. Lincoln’s sparrow
26. Dickcissel
27. Dark-eyed junco
28. Northern flicker
29. Yellow-bellied sapsucker
30. Downy woodpecker
31. European starling
32. Common grackle
33. Rusty blackbird
34. American goldfinch
35. Pine siskin
36. Carolina wren
37. Golden-crowned kinglet
38. Ruby-throated hummingbird
39. Black-capped chickadee
40. White-breasted nuthatch
41. Brown creeper
42. Herring gull
43. Great black-backed gull
44. Double-crested cormorant
45. Mallard
46. Canada goose
47. Belted kingfisher
48. Northern cardinal
49. Rose-breasted grosbeak
50. Mourning dove
51. Eastern kingbird
52. Western kingbird
53. Eastern wood-pewee
54. Eastern phoebe
55. Alder flycatcher
56. Northern mockingbird
57. Semipalmated sandpiper
58. Wilson’s snipe
59. Greater yellowlegs
60. Ring-necked pheasant

Spectacular day

Monday, September 26th, 2011
Wilson's warbler, Monhegan Island, Maine, 26 September 2011.

Wilson's warbler.

Monhegan List
(In no particular order.)

1. Nashville warbler
2. Magnolia warbler
3. Black-throated green warbler
4. Black-and-white warbler
5. Wilson’s warbler
6. Blackpoll warbler
7. Yellow-rumped warbler
8. Yellow warbler
9. Red-eyed vireo
10. American crow
11. Osprey
12. American kestrel
13. Merlin
14. Peregrine falcon
15. Bald eagle
16. Cedar waxwing
17. Blue jay
18. Song sparrow
19. White-throated sparrow
20. White-crowned sparrow
21. Clay-colored sparrow
22. Dark-eyed junco
23. Northern flicker
24. Yellow-bellied sapsucker
25. European starling
26. Common grackle
27. American goldfinch
28. Carolina wren
29. Golden-crowned kinglet
30. Ruby-crowned kinglet
31. Black-capped chickadee
32. Brown creeper
33. Herring gull
34. Great black-backed gull
35. Northern gannet
36. Double-crested cormorant
37. Sharp-shinned hawk
38. Mallard
39. Canada goose
40. Belted kingfisher
41. Northern cardinal
42. Rose-breasted grosbeak
43. Mourning dove
44. Eastern kingbird
45. Eastern wood-pewee
46. Eastern phoebe
47. Northern mockingbird
48. Ring-necked pheasant

Monhegan, Day 2

Sunday, September 25th, 2011
Black-throated green warbler, Monhegan, Maine, 25 September 2011.

Black-throated green warbler.

Monhegan List
(In no particular order.)

1. Nashville warbler
2. Magnolia warbler
3. Black-throated green warbler
4. Blackpoll warbler
5. Yellow-rumped warbler
6. Red-eyed vireo
7. American crow
8. Common raven
9. Osprey
10. Merlin
11. Peregrine falcon
12. Bald eagle
13. Cedar waxwing
14. Blue jay
15. Song sparrow
16. White-throated sparrow
17. Northern flicker
18. European starling
19. Common grackle
20. American goldfinch
21. Black-capped chickadee
22. Herring gull
23. Great black-backed gull
24. Northern gannet
25. Common eider
26. Double-crested cormorant
27. Sharp-shinned hawk
28. Black-crowned night heron
29. Mallard
30. Belted kingfisher
31. Northern cardinal
32. Rose-breasted grosbeak
33. Mourning dove
34. Greater yellowlegs
35. Eastern kingbird
36. Ruby-throated hummingbird
37. Northern mockingbird
38. Ring-necked pheasant

Also:
Harbor seal.

 
Bird Report is a (sometimes intermittent) record of the birds I encounter while hiking, see while driving, or spy outside my window. —Brian Willson



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