MA Birds

We took a three day family trip down to Merrimac, MA where I got to do a little more southern birding.  Unfortunately, most of the migrants have not yet arrived but it was great to see and hear birds, like Northern   and Red-bellied Woodpeckers, that we don’t often see in Washington County, Vermont.   I went to Salisbury State Park with the dog one morning and hit the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge for a few hours the next morning.  Here are a few photos from my outings:

One of many European Phoebes.

One of many European Phoebes.

Chipping Sparrows were everywhere and singing steadily. (They just arrived in Vermont)

Chipping Sparrows were everywhere and singing steadily. (They just arrived in Vermont)

This Cooper's Hawk was patiently waiting along the access road to Salisbury SP.

This Cooper’s Hawk was patiently waiting along the access road to Salisbury SP.

There were nearly 100 Brant on the rocks in the Merrimack River.

There were nearly 100 Brant on the rocks in the Merrimack River.

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