1st Week of June – Beaver River, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia

Spectrogram of Common Nighthawk Flight Call

Nocturnal migration diminished throughout the first week of June to almost no activity by the end of the week. The most common bird was the Common Yellowthroat (11 estimated birds). Among the late arrivals were Canada Warbler (2 estimated birds) and Common Nighthawk (2 estimated birds). The most unusual bird for the week was an Indigo Bunting at 7 minutes past midnight on 5 June.

This will be the last weekly report until the autumn migration.

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