If’s summer and post season breeding time. Willets have fledged and adults and 
young have all completely moved on; the same for Tree Swallows. Still swallows 
continue over the marsh, but now are all  Barn. Young birds that remain are 
Clapper Rails, Green Herons, visiting Forster’s terns,  Saltmarsh Sparrow and 
Yellow Warblers. Seaside Sparrows and Marsh Wrens did not bred on the territory 
this year.

A Ruby-throated Hummingbird showed up last week in the area that attract them, 
but not seen since. A scattering of shorebirds were there today, both 
Semipalmated Plover and Sandpiper, and Least Sandpiper, a stray Greater 
Yellowlegs and not much else. Fronts lately are from the west and winds from 
the south, We need a weather change,
Sy Schiff

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