Date: 7/22/17 2:44 pm
From: Ian Carlsen <i.a.carlsen...>
Subject: [Maine-birds] Morse Mountain - Plucky Piping Plover Perpetually Pesters Placid Peeps
Excited to see four Piping Plovers along Seawall Beach. They were
vigorously chasing the visiting flocks of Semipalmated Plovers &
Sandpipers, Sanderlings, Least Sandpipers and others. Quite a sight to see.

Six lovely looking Whimbrel were present, a lifer for me. Shorebird
migration season is kicking off once again!

Also, anyone attempting Morse Mountain before 10am would do well to layer
up and get a bug net. Bugs were maddeningly thick today.

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