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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

NH Morning

The leaves are turning into their beautiful fall colors, here in NH. The above tree is over our driveway.

Acorss our lake, through morning mist, here's the view.

Yellow-rumped Warblers are migrating through here big time. Look for their yellow rumps, which may be obscured by foliage, as here. They usually also have yellow on the upper sides.

Swamp Sparrow playing peek-a-boo behind the rhododendron branch in our garden this

We also saw some Eastern Phoebes, 2 juvenile Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers, 2 Blue-headed Vireos, lots of White-throated Sparrows, and heard an Eastern Towhee as we birded around our property this morning.


Kat said...

Hi! I just found your blog through google-ing the migration of Robins. Right now we have tons of them. I guess they must be eating the dogwood seeds? I am an amature bird lover and watcher. We do not live far from the Alabama Bird Tail. Also live just south of the Wildlife Refuge on the Tenn. river. Glad I found you!

Lillian Stokes said...

Hi Kat,
We're glad you found us too! We only have seen a few robins so far this fall, lots more to come.