Monday, October 26, 2015

Putney Mountain Hawkwatch - September

There were plenty of Broad-winged Hawks during September, and lots of hawk nerds to watch them. Photo ops of the hawks were limited, so the watchers filled the photo role ...

... beginning with our "Leader" - leader to the degree that the odd group can be led anywhere on anything ...

Plenty to watch when the hawks are not flying ... such as these Cedar Waxwings. The top of the pine was surrounded by swarms of insects. The waxwings perched on the branches and plucked the insects out of the air ...

Cedar Waxwings

Olive-sided Flycatcher

Broad-winged Hawk

Watermelon Day

Broad-winged Hawk kettle

Good Birding!

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