Allan Keith and I have birded together or with other Vineyard birders for 50 years. Allan and I made a deal years ago that we would not talk politics...

The invasion continues. The recon or advanced guard were the pine siskins and purple finches. They came from the barren North Country seeking habitat...

Northern lapwings, a species found in Eurasia, have been seen between Nova Scotia and North Carolina, but recently also have been spotted on...

David Vanderhoop spotted a brown pelican in West Basin, Aquinnah on Nov. 1. He or she was hanging out with double-crested cormorants on a float in...

evening grosbeak

Mild temperatures this fall have confused humans and birds alike. I usually suggest putting up feeders after the first frost if you are a seasonal...

Bell's vireo

It is all Bob Shriber’s fault and boy, am I glad! Bob lives in Aquinnah and is usually the first of the Vineyard birders to “hit the Head” (arrive at...

Wow, call it an invasion, an irruption or a superflight, the Vineyard has had it! The definition of a bird invasion is a periodic southward influx...

First and foremost I would like to thank all my friends and family for making my 70th birthday an occasion that I will never forget. The food that...

Bird watchers or birders the world over have always wanted to look for and at birds in Colombia. Why, because the country has the most diverse...

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