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    Bird Sightings

    Bird sightings on Cape Cod

    Recent bird sightings on Cape Cod (as of April 10) as reported to the Massachusetts Audubon Society.

    Reports from Race Point in Provincetown included a Pacific loon, 6 common murres, a thick-billed murre, 100 razorbills, 16 Iceland gulls, and a common raven.

    Bell’s Neck conservation area in West Harwich held 3 blue-winged teal, 22 green-winged teal, a pied-billed grebe, an American bittern, 56 black-crowned night-herons, both great and snowy egrets, 13 ospreys, 36 greater and 2 lesser yellowlegs, and a yellow-bellied sapsucker.


    Birds at Crane WMA in Falmouth included 3 American kestrels, a common raven, 2 Eastern meadowlarks, 2 field sparrows, and 6 savannah sparrows.

    Other sightings around the Cape included a continuing American pipit at Mashpee Pond, 8 American oystercatchers at Forest Beach in Chatham, a continuing Baltimore oriole in Brewster, 5 American kestrels and a peregrine falcon at Nauset Beach in Orleans, and 3 thick-billed murres in Provincetown Harbor.

    For more information about bird sightings or to report sightings, call the Massachusetts Audubon Society at 781-259-8805 or go to