Saturday, 13 October 2012

Day 7: Tennessee Warbler

Tennessee Warbler (Vincent Legrand)
First-winter male Rose-breasted Grosbeak 
Semi-palmated Plovers dropped in and onto the road this morning 
Emperor Dragonfly
Ernie over looking Agua 
Jens


At the guesthouse at the moment listening to this topical track http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_X_SWuwM7k
Today was pretty quiet until the last 30 mins of light when Lars found a Tennessee Warbler in the middle fields causing a stampede from the guesthouse. The bird was mobile, probably fresh in and quickly made its way up the cliff with us chasing it. While chasing the Tennessee we also stumbled across a Red-eyed Vireo, an Indigo Bunting and a Rose-breated Grosbeak.
All the Azores bird news,as usual here:
http://azoresbs.weebly.com/latest-sightings.html

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