Tuesday, September 16, 2014

9.16.14 - Cape Cod Museum of Natural History - Tuesday Tweets
John Wing Trail - Brewster, MA
It was a Rain or Shine kind of morning... and thankfully, there was plenty of SHINE!  If you've never been to the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, do not underestimate the wonder of the trails.  Birds are always there, not always in the same number each day, but they are there.  When it comes to foliage, it can often work against the most avid bird nerd, and today was one of those days.  We heard more than we saw, although, we DID make it to the water - always a goal, but not always attainable due to the birds along the way.  It was a VERY quiet morning, although our bird watching, turned mostly into bird listening.
Our List:
Northern Cardinal
Blue Jay
American Crow
Song Sparrow
Gray Catbird
Eastern Towhee
Black-capped Chickadee
Great Black-backed Gull
Herring Gull

John Wing Trail
Song Sparrow

Cormorants & Gulls on the distant sand bar at the mouth of Quivet Creek
Next Opportunity for Tuesday Tweets: 9.30.14 9:30am $2Members/$4Non-members
Happy Birding!

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