Tag Archives: Martin

South Shore Surprises

It’s been a busy couple of weeks here on Long Island. The post-migration season this year has seen a number of unexpected discoveries as non-breeders and off-course travelers wander up and down the East Coast. Most of the noteworthy action … Continue reading

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The Merry Month of May

After a lingering storm and consecutive days of poor conditions for migration, we finally got a pulse of favorable winds on Saturday night. This was the first bout of agreeable weather since the start of peak migration, which teased birders … Continue reading

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Slime Time Radio

Most of my posts so far have focused on seabirds and other creatures of the deep, due to the nature of my job and current location on the coast of Maine. I do, however, have interests beyond birding and marine … Continue reading

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