Signs of Spring on Cape Cod #4

Baltimore Oriole (male)

Chicks growing upJust had to share a few more recent images. Really wonderful to see this windswept landscape come back to life now that May is here.


Barrier Dunes in Truro

Wild Cherry

Chipping Sparrow

Read more.. Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

Signs of Spring on Cape Cod #3

After a record breaking warm temperatures during the month of April the weather patterns have turned back to a more normal pattern and  has become seasonably cooler. Several days of easterly gales have ceased with a cold front passing and the sun broke out today in all its glory. We decided to take a trip up to the beech forests of the Lower Cape near Provincetown to see what bird life might have “dropped” in on its northern migration. What a beautiful day in the wilds of Cape Cod. The butterfly below is a migrant (vanessa atalanta) which is a less frequent visitor to the outer cape.

Greater Yellowlegs on the morning hunt

Yellow Rumped Warbler

Red Winged blackbird drinks

Morning Light

Male Towhee singing!

Nashville Warbler

Black and White Warbler

Black and White Warbler

Red Admiral Butterfly (Vanessa atalanta)

Red Admiral Butterfly (Vanessa atalanta)

Bay Breatsted Warbler

Read more.. Monday, May 7th, 2012