Black-billed Cuckoo

Black-billed Cuckoo

Most days when I head out birding, I’m on a mission to find one specific bird.  It may be a rarity that another birder had seen recently or a seasonal visitor that I’d found at particular location in previous years.

Today I was looking for a Black-billed Cuckoo at Green Point Preserve in Dresden, Maine.  

I arrived a little after dawn and was surprised at the number of noisy Bobolinks in the meadow and orchard.  I never had so many at this location . . . perhaps a sign that 2019 was a good year for Bobolink young.

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A few minutes later I got an Eastern Kingbird, my 200th Maine bird of the year . . . not bad during a pandemic and working full-time.

Lots of Baltimore Orioles in the orchard as well.

 

 

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