What's Inside for 2011

Cover: Eastern Screech Owl

January: Merlin

February: Carolina Wrens

March: Little Blue Heron

April: Common Grackle

May: Piping Plover

June: Red-bellied Woodpecker

July: Cedar Waxwing

August: Pectoral Sandpiper & Semipalmated Sandpiper

September: Snowy Egret &
Double-crested Cormorant

October: Black-throated Blue Warbler

November: Bufflehead

December: Eastern Screech Owl

Back Cover: All


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Twelve 4"x6" glossy photographs of birds from the Northeast of North America

March 2011, Little Blue Heron

March 2011: Little Blue Heron (Egretta caerulea)

Little Blue Herons are typically found in the gulf states and farther south, and aren't at all common in New England, but this adult posed for me in the wind at Rachel Carson NWR (Brave Boat Harbor Division) early last spring. First year birds are all white.