September 2013 in the books

Between the start of junior year and another surgery, I haven’t found time to get to posting this month. Unfortunate, considering the terrific migration conditions we enjoyed, especially during the latter half of the month. I was able to make it out on a limited basis during the first couple of weeks, although a surgery on the twenty-third took care of my limited pace.

I’m hoping to get out into the field again soon, although the time I will have for posting will still be rather limited. Hopefully that will change in a few weeks…


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4 Responses to September 2013 in the books

  1. Betsy says:

    Hi Alex,
    Wonderful to get a “Flight of the Scrub Jay” update. Happy you home and will be back birding. Your blog is always so interesting and informative. We’ve been kayaking and getting great views of rafting young loons on our lake. Many still have not lost all the “baby” feathers so look a little comical for such a gorgeous bird. We love hearing their eery nightly calls, which will be greatly missed upon migration. Happy Fall and Good bye Summer & Loons.

    Wishing you a good year at school and birding too.

    Hugs from Rangeley,
    Betsy and Bruce too

  2. Donna Coughlin says:

    I hope you’re able to get out again soon!

  3. Helen says:

    Sure hope so, Alex! Good to hear your “voice!” I am pulling for you! –Best, Helen

  4. Kathy Van Der Aue says:

    At least you had a little time in the field, Alex. Those minutes are so restorative. Not much going on at Birdcraft, between the construction on the I-95 rest stop and the renovation construction at the museum, I think the migration has avoided us. If there’s anything I can do, please let me know.

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