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Fall is in the air…

This morning, September 19, the North wind blew across a deep blue sky, empty of clouds. There was a chill in the air, hinting of what is to come. Many skeins of Canada Geese were traversing the horizons en route

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Short-lived excitement at Cabot Head

On the morning of October the 20th, I spotted a small bird on top of a Spruce across the basin. I quickly put the scope on it and realized with delight that it was a juvenile Crossbill. No deep green

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The many moods of Cabot Head

Back by popular demand! This is our every day view from the station, ever changing, ever different… Whispers of fog: Rolling clouds: Storm brewing: Approaching darkness: The golden dawn:  

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The newly fledged American Redstart: For comparison, a Hatch-Year American Redstart (after the juvenile moult): And the First-of-Fall Wilson’s Warbler:

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