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  1. Bird sightings on Cape CodRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2016 | Boston.com

    A pelagic birding trip off Provincetown produced 75 Cory's, 500 great, 750 sooty and 550 Manx shearwaters, a Leach's storm-petrel, 3 red-necked phalaropes, 1 pomarine jaeger, 67 parasitic jaegers, 2 long-tailed jaegers, a razorbill, a black-headed gull, 1,000 laughing gulls, a black tern, 3,000 common and roseate terns, and 4 Forster's terns. Sightings at nearby Race Point included similar numbers of shearwaters, 3 northern harriers, 2 American golden-plovers, a whimbrel, 2 pomarine and 18 parasitic jaegers, over 5,000 common and roseate terns, and 5 Forster's terns.

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  2. Bird sightings on Cape CodRead the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2016 | Boston.com

    The black-necked stilt continued at Bell's Neck conservation area in West Harwich. Other sightings at Bell's Neck included a tricolored heron, a least bittern, a clapper rail, and several marsh wrens.

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  3. Bird sightings on Cape CodRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2016 | Boston.com

    A black-necked stilt was found at Bell's Neck conservation area in West Harwich. Other sightings at Bell's Neck included a clapper rail, a tricolored heron, and a little blue heron.

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  4. Bird sightings on Cape CodRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2016 | Boston.com

    An early Manx shearwater was seen at Race Point in Provincetown, along with 900 red-breasted mergansers, 140 red-throated loons, 1,100 Northern gannets, a common murre, 74 razorbills, 29 Iceland gulls, 2 lesser black-backed gulls, 3 glaucous gulls, and a merlin. Birds at Bell's Neck conservation area in West Harwich included 25 green-winged teal, 2 black-crowned night-herons, 3 pectoral sandpipers, 3 lesser yellowlegs, 25 greater yellowlegs, 2 Wilson's snipe, and 2 marsh wrens.

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