Coast of Maine Fallout

Last night we had a big storm with the wind kicking up to 40 miles an hour with heavy rain.  I got up early  hoping that the weather would create a fallout and have migrating birds dropping into ocean front tree groves.

I did see lots of warblers  . . . but they all were buried deep in thickets and high in trees.  I suspect they were resting and not feeding and I couldn’t identify them.

By 8:00 the wind came up again . . . and I wasn’t seeing anything so I gave up.

A FOY of the Northern Goshawk and a Olive-sided Flycatcher kept the morning from being too much of a disappointment.

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