Date: 4/16/17 6:23 am
From: Craig Kesselheim <ckesselheim...>
Subject: [Maine-birds] MDI FOS Barn Swallow, and 10 Bald Eagles in Bass Harbor Marsh
Hi all -- had a nice long look at a Barn Swallow this morning, my FOY. It
was in the meadow / septic field next to the Seawall Warden's residence
(next to the Campground), circling for insects before continuing its
migration. Also along this road, a Sharpie and a singing Swamp Sparrow.

Also at Bass Harbor Marsh, *9* immature Bald Eagles were in the marsh
grass, scoping from the road toward Western Mountain. One group of two, one
group of four, and the rest singles. A female N. Pintail was closer to the
road, along with Hoodies, Common Mergs and a Great Blue Heron.

Best,
Craig

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