BirdTrax: Latest Sightings

Two Greater White-fronted Geese, the first record for Bermuda, were at East End Dairy, St Georges 22 Dec 1989 to Feb 1990 (EA). An American Avocet was on Spittal Pond, Smith’s 20-29 Oct (AD). A Brant Goose was on Mid-Ocean G.C., Hamilton Parish 31 Oct 1990 to 24 Apr 1991. A Long-tailed Duck was at Spittal Pond 19-24 Nov before being found dead. An Ash-throated Flycatcher, the first record for Bermuda, was on South Shore dunes, Warwick 26 Dec 1990 to 19 Apr 1991 (SA). A Glaucous Gull wintered at Morgan’s Point 89/90. A Red-breasted Nuthatch was on Port Royal G.C. 17 Oct (AD, PW). A Lark Sparrow, the first record for Bermuda, was found on the Talbot Estate, Southampton 19 Sep (EA). Two Blue Grosbeaks wintered for the first time in Bermuda (89/90).

Observers: Eric Amos, Stacey Amos, Andrew Dobson, Paul Watson, David Wingate.

Longtail in flight Bermuda


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Bluebird in flight, worm in mouth, bluebird box


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Cahow in flight Bermuda


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Photos courtesy of Andrew Dobson, Paul Watson, Chris Burville, Ras Mykkal, Jennifer Gray, Rosalind Wingate, Rick Slaughter and others.

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