At a Glance: August 2020 August 1, 2020 1 MIN READ 103 At a Glance JOHN MISSING Can you identify the birds in this photograph? Identification will be discussed in next issue’s AT A GLANCE. Related Articles Front Cover: August 2020 Greater Yellowlegs The Greater Yellowlegs (Tringa melanoleuca) is one of North America's most widespread and easily identified shorebirds. This middle- to large-sized shorebird has long, ... At a Glance: June 2020 Revealed There is little doubt that the birds in the picture are ducks of some kind. A cursory search through a field guide will suggest ... Hot Birds: August 2020 Ted Bradford (his photo on the right) was birding at Race Point on May 25 and discovered a Sandwich Tern in a flock of ... Birding Safely and Sanely During the Pandemic of Spring 2020 Closest to home and by far the largest is the Mashpee National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) complex, which comprises nearly 6,000 acres of conservation land. ... Bygone Birds: Historical Highlights for July-August 20 YEARS AGO July-August 2000 At least six pairs of Ospreys nested on the North Shore, "more than ever before". A pair of Sharp-shinned Hawks nested ... Bird Sightings: March-April 2020 April was unusually cold and damp; it was the nineteenth coldest April since records began in 1872. The high for the month was 62 ... Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.