Tag Archives: Yellow-billed Cuckoo

Star Island report — October 6, 2011

The recent remarkable fallout of southern migrants on the back of the consistent wet southerlies still persisted on Thursday, but mixed with a large influx of more traditional cold weather October migrants, yielding a great day on Star with some unusual juxtapositions (summer tanager and worm-eating warbler while lapland longspur flies overhead). I will have […]

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Great Day on Star — September 24, 2011

Fourteen birders joined me on Star Island yesterday (Saturday) off the coast of NH, for a great day of fall birding.  Nothing rare, but great Star Island fall birding standards including three yellow-billed cuckoos and a yellow-breasted chat.  A remarkably consistent and homogenous warbler assemblage on the island – almost all blackpolls (numbering about 100).  The […]

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