Photographs taken on BOATRIDES FROM VINALHAVEN MAINE ABOARD SKUA, A 36' Jarvis Newman hull, driven by John Drury.
Specializing in birding trips to Seal Island NWR off Mid coast Maine, a 3 1/2 hour tour, last Great Cormorant Colony in the US.
largest puffin colony in Maine, Razorbills, Murre, Arctic terns, Black guillemots,
Maybe a whale, More information at https://www.maineseabirdtours.com,
Thursday, May 25, 2017
May 13, black&white warbler, May 16 chestnut-sided, May 17, chestnut-sided, Wilsons, Myrtle, yelowthroat, Parula
May 13 Black&white warbler,
Black & White warbler in a white spruce
it stayed and foraged on the same trunk for a spell, seems it took a liken to the tree.
Chickadee after deliberately dis arming this arthropod it found crossing this stump
May 16, chestnut sided, in birch
May 17, wilson's warbler in birch
Chestnut sided in poplar
Myrtle in popple
Chest-nut sided eating fly? caught on poplar
chestnut-sided warbler among young poplar leaves
Yelowthroat on rotten spruce trunk, with blackberry canes
Parula on red elder
Wilson's warbler in birch
this is a modest sensible songbird from the northern forests, not sure what is Canadian national bird but this could be a canandidate, though as migrant may disqualify,