Date: 4/16/18 5:51 pm
From: Raven Watcher <ravenwatcher...>
Subject: Re: [Maine-birds] Thrushes & unusual E Phoebe behavior
All the thrushes I have seen are Hermit Thrush. In my experience Veeries
come later.
Dan Nickerson Freeport

On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 7:09 PM 'Judith & Reid Scher' via Maine birds <
<maine-birds...> wrote:

> Whole driving Blackstrap Rd in Falmouth from Portland today, several
> thrushes flew across the rd (presumably Veeries in light of the other
> postings).
> More interesting was the E Phoebe I saw land on a dead squirrel in the
> road and fly off w/ a piece of it. Glad to see it has a survival strategy
> in the freezing rain and sleet we had today.
> Lots of Wood ducks,Ringnecks, 1st of the DC Cormorants, W-T Sparrows and
> our yard Phoebe in the last couple of days in N Windham.
> Judy Scher
> Windham
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