Date: 6/27/18 11:12 am
From: <soocitysoo10...>
Subject: [Maine-birds] Re: Cape Elizabeth ~ late report of Black billed Cuckoo
On June 7 an immature Black-billed Cuckoo flew into our garage window and
died. Prior to that I had not seen or heard a Black-billed Cuckoo in our
woods (we live in Winterport) for almost 15 years. That last time I only
heard it and called Judy Markowsky, then the director at Fields Pond
Audubon, who confirmed it.
Sue

On Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at 10:24:59 PM UTC-4, Elias B. wrote:
>
> I was seriously doubting that I would see or hear a Cuckoo this Spring.
> But that's the thing about birding, the unexpected can never be ruled out.
> Anyways I spotted a Black billed Cuckoo from my bathroom window the morning
> of the 19th - it was perched on a snag - on the fringe of my yard around
> 7:15am. I was afforded a good 20 seconds of observation. Perhaps the bird
> was checking out what all the commotion was around the nearby feeders?
> Also, worth pondering was the timing of the "Rain Crow's" arrival in
> relationship to the significant storm that barrelled through less than 24
> hours prior.
>
> Keep looking,
>
> Brook
>

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