Tuesday, September 16, 2014

A New Day, But Not Too New

Dawn brought us new birds--but in very small numbers.  We were, however, treated to a Tennessee Warbler and Orchard Oriole (both caught and banded) and a Cliff Swallow (island bird for Rob) and another shark attack off of the west end of the island.  Sharks; please eat breakfast/lunch/dinner/snacks/elevensies closer to shore and in a place where I can obtain portraits.  Thanks.

Dan and Oliver enjoying a manly sunset and flies.  This is TPAD's second human portrait.  They should consider themselves lucky.

Brandt's Cormorants.  Theses guys are abundant breeders on the island and are our constant companions--I have been remiss in not sharing a portrait of them sooner.
And today's eBird checklist

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