Monday, August 1, 2011

Birding in the Rangely Lakes, Maine Area Part1

I'm still really behind so I've probably lost most of my regular followers.  Too much going on in the summer to post regularly.  Too busy birding.  Hopefully they all come back.

Anyway this is a continuation of my Maine trip.  After leaving Machais Seal Island, I drove 5 hours west to the Rangeley Lakes Region for some birding with the Brookline Bird Club.  Excellent trip and really fun group of people!  Got plenty of life birds and some fairly decent photos.  Without further ado!

I'll have more of the photos from climbing Saddleback Mountain and some of the other wild critters encounted during the trip in my next post.  Enjoy.

Alder Flycatcher

Broadwing Hawk w/lunch 

Grey Jay

Tree Swallow feeding young

Yellow-Rumped Warbler

Bicknell's Thrush (Saddleback Mountain)

Female Common Merganser

Broadwing Hawk

Barn Swallow

Magnolia Warbler

Winter Wren

5 comments:

forestal said...

Great series Tucker - if you are busy birding, that is a good thing.
cheers

dan

dAwN said...

Awesome..Haven t birded that area before...

dAwN said...

Check out my blog for outing info...Let me know what works for you.

dAwN said...

Howdee...BwBTC outing plum Island Sept 24th. 7am
also Oct 15th Western CT with Luke Tiller..730am
Let me know if either of those dates work

dAwN said...

YOOOOOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO..Sat OCT 15th see my blog for details of the CT outing.