Black Vulture sightings continued to increase throughout the state including reports of up to two individuals foraging for food on the streets of downtown Lowell! Over 60 Ospreys were counted in Westport in early May, an area that has historically had the highest nesting success in the state. There were two reports of Mississippi Kites during the period. This species has been a regular spring migrant in the Truro-Provincetown area for several years with most records occurring from late May into early June. Hawk watchers at Plum Island on May 2 tallied impressive counts of 119 Sharp-shinned Hawks and 190 American Kestrels. Snowy Owls are unusual in June, and this year reports included singles at: Point of Pines, Revere, on June 1–2; Edgartown on June 11; and Great Point, Nantucket, through June 27. The latest historical record for the state is Logan Airport on July 7, 1990.