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Late September in Maryland. Last updated: 9/23/2007.

Above and below six: A Black Tern in Kent Co., Maryland (9/22/2007).

Below: A Lesser Yellowlegs keeps an eye up for Peregrines in Kent Co., Maryland (9/22/2007).

Below: A pair of Barred Owls in northern Kent Co., Maryland (9/22/2007).

Below two: Several of the hundreds of migrant Blue Jays streaming past Turkey Point, Cecil Co., Maryland (9/23/2007). Note the white trailing edge on the secondaries.

Below: A highlight at Turkey Point was this migrant Red-headed Woodpecker. Although the shot didn't turn out as I hoped, I'm including it to show the black patterning in the white wing patches.

Below: An immature Cooper's Hawk soaring over Turkey Point, Cecil Co., Maryland (9/23/2007).

Below: A Red-breasted Nuthatch at Turkey Point, Cecil Co., Maryland (9/23/2007).

Below: Proud winner of the Fungus of the Day award - Turkey Point, Cecil Co., Maryland (9/23/2007).
Thanks to Paul Noell for ID help: Sulphur Shelf (Laetiporus sulphureus) - considered by most to be a good edible, though some people have an allergic reaction.

Below: Early on an autumn morning at Turkey Point (9/23/2007).

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