Brewer's Blackbird, Northern Wheatear, Warbling Vireo and Other Highlights
The Brewer's Blackbirds(2), very rare, were walking on the lawn in our back yard. I tried to get photos but lost them as they went below my line of sight. They were all black, no epulets, no rusty streaks and a square tail which was much shorter than a Common Grackle's wedged tail. The Northern Wheatear, a rare bird, was also unphotographed as it flew from distant rock top to rock top. I should have approached the barrens from the western end to meet them coming rather than watch them leaving in the direction I was trudging. Next time. I did photograph the Warbling Vireo, uncommon, but alas they were record quality photos only due the spray of branches between my camera lens and the bird.
Beach House at Portuguese Cove
Early Day's Sun at Duncan Reef
Northern Flicker in the Shadows
Sambro Island in a Gale
Keywords: Brewer's Blackbird, Canada, Coastal Nova Scotia Scenery, Northern Flicker, Northern Wheatear, Nova Scotia, Ring-necked Pheasant, Warbling Vireo
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