Date: 4/12/17 3:51 am
From: Dave Tucker <dhtucker...>
Subject: [Maine-birds] Mt. A and York
Buoyed by reports from Bradbury, I headed to Mt. Agamenticus for the
hawkflight. However there wasn't one, saw perhaps twenty raptors total, a
harrier, 3 osprey, 5 kestrels. There was some songbird activity including a
very fine palm warbler and singing pines. Continuing frustration at lack of
hawks though, wishing and hoping just don't cut it!



Checked Nubble Light and found 8 Harlequins still hanging around. At town
down #1 the eagles continue, and saw a great egret in the nearby pannes.



Dave Tucker, Kittery Pt.

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