Bird Sightings: The Voice of Audubon
The Voice of Audubon offers regular updates on birds sighted across the state to introduce you to the wide variety of species Massachusetts has to offer.
Below are the most recently published sightings.
Reports from Race Point in Provincetown have included including 500 Cory’s, 400 great, 55 sooty, and 30 Manx shearwaters, plus 25 white-rumped sandpipers, a pectoral sandpiper, 6 red knots, 2 black terns, 5 Forster’s terns, 10 roseate terns, 500 common terns, 10 parasitic jaegers, a black-legged kittiwake, a merlin, a peregrine falcon, and 10 horned larks. Read More
Hawks are still moving in good numbers, although the largest Broad-winged Hawk flights have now past. Wachusett Mountain in Princeton continues to be one of the best vantage points for observing hawk migration. This a good time to see decent numbers of Sharp-shinned Hawks, as well as the vanguard of Red-shouldered and Red-tailed Hawk migration. Any day with cool conditions the night before and accompanying north or northwest winds the following day is likely to produce a significant movement of hawks right now. Be particularly watchful from hill or mountaintops with a clear view of the northern horizon. Read More