Trip to the East Coast
I haven’t been back to the northeast during spring migration since I left in 1996. Last week was a blur of warbler song and color.
I didn’t manage to sketch the gorgeous male indigo bunting that sat in a bush at eye level for over ten minutes, but once I got over my dumbfoundedness at all of it I started sketching fast. I should know to do this, but I’m going to blame jetlag.
Mount Auburn, Plum Island, coastal Maine. Blackburnians and parulas and yellow warblers and black-throated greens. I can still hear them…
Posted by Pica
at 12:51 PM in Bird By Bird