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Maryland in late November. Last updated: 11/29/2010.

An Ash-throated Flycatcher on Assateague Island, Maryland (11/28/2010). Found by Joe Hanfman on 11/27 and enjoyed by a dozen or so others on 11/28. It was quite cooperative as it fed low along scrubby edges. I've wanted to see this western U.S. species in Maryland for so long that I've literally had a recurring dream about finding one (which ends with me lying in bed, half-asleep, justifying why I should be able to count it). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Above and below: An Ash-throated Flycatcher on Assateague Island, Maryland (11/28/2010). Found by Joe Hanfman on 11/27 and enjoyed by a dozen or so others on 11/28. It was quite cooperative as it fed low along scrubby edges. I've wanted to see this western U.S. species in Maryland for so long that I've literally had a recurring dream about finding one (which ends with me lying in bed, half-asleep, justifying why I should be able to count it).

An Ash-throated Flycatcher on Assateague Island, Maryland (11/28/2010). Found by Joe Hanfman on 11/27 and enjoyed by a dozen or so others on 11/28. It was quite cooperative as it fed low along scrubby edges. I've wanted to see this western U.S. species in Maryland for so long that I've literally had a recurring dream about finding one (which ends with me lying in bed, half-asleep, justifying why I should be able to count it). Photo by Bill Hubick.

An Ash-throated Flycatcher on Assateague Island, Maryland (11/28/2010). Found by Joe Hanfman on 11/27 and enjoyed by a dozen or so others on 11/28. It was quite cooperative as it fed low along scrubby edges. I've wanted to see this western U.S. species in Maryland for so long that I've literally had a recurring dream about finding one (which ends with me lying in bed, half-asleep, justifying why I should be able to count it). Photo by Bill Hubick.

An Ash-throated Flycatcher on Assateague Island, Maryland (11/28/2010). Found by Joe Hanfman on 11/27 and enjoyed by a dozen or so others on 11/28. It was quite cooperative as it fed low along scrubby edges. I've wanted to see this western U.S. species in Maryland for so long that I've literally had a recurring dream about finding one (which ends with me lying in bed, half-asleep, justifying why I should be able to count it). Photo by Bill Hubick.

An Ash-throated Flycatcher on Assateague Island, Maryland (11/28/2010). Found by Joe Hanfman on 11/27 and enjoyed by a dozen or so others on 11/28. It was quite cooperative as it fed low along scrubby edges. I've wanted to see this western U.S. species in Maryland for so long that I've literally had a recurring dream about finding one (which ends with me lying in bed, half-asleep, justifying why I should be able to count it). Photo by Bill Hubick.

An Ash-throated Flycatcher on Assateague Island, Maryland (11/28/2010). Found by Joe Hanfman on 11/27 and enjoyed by a dozen or so others on 11/28. It was quite cooperative as it fed low along scrubby edges. I've wanted to see this western U.S. species in Maryland for so long that I've literally had a recurring dream about finding one (which ends with me lying in bed, half-asleep, justifying why I should be able to count it). Photo by Bill Hubick.

An Ash-throated Flycatcher on Assateague Island, Maryland (11/28/2010). Found by Joe Hanfman on 11/27 and enjoyed by a dozen or so others on 11/28. It was quite cooperative as it fed low along scrubby edges. I've wanted to see this western U.S. species in Maryland for so long that I've literally had a recurring dream about finding one (which ends with me lying in bed, half-asleep, justifying why I should be able to count it). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A late Blue-headed Vireo at Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010).

A late Blue-headed Vireo at Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Ruby-crowned Kinglet comes in for the kill at Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010).

A Ruby-crowned Kinglet comes in for the kill at Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

A Ruby-crowned Kinglet comes in for the kill at Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: An adult female Rufous Hummingbird at the home of Rick Borchelt
in College Park, Maryland (11/21/2010). Many thanks to Rick for the great find and for the fantastic hospitality.

Below: An adult female Rufous Hummingbird at the home of Rick Borchelt<br /> in College Park, Maryland (11/21/2010). Many thanks to Rick for the great find and for the fantastic hospitality. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: An adult female Rufous Hummingbird at the home of Rick Borchelt<br /> in College Park, Maryland (11/21/2010). Many thanks to Rick for the great find and for the fantastic hospitality. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: An Orange-crowned Warbler at Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010).

An Orange-crowned Warbler at Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

An Orange-crowned Warbler at Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A pair of Bufflehead in flight at Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010).

A pair of Bufflehead in flight at Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: An Eastern Bluebird in flight over Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010).

An Eastern Bluebird in flight over Point Lookout, Maryland (11/20/2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: Cattle Egrets lingering in southern Maryland -
Long Neck Road, St. Mary's Co. (11/20/2010) and Benedict, Charles Co. (11/21/2010).

Cattle Egrets lingering in southern Maryland - <br />Long Neck Road, St. Mary's Co. (11/20/2010) and Benedict, Charles Co. (11/21/2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Cattle Egrets lingering in southern Maryland - <br />Long Neck Road, St. Mary's Co. (11/20/2010) and Benedict, Charles Co. (11/21/2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Purple Sandpiper found by Jim Peters at Fort McHenry NM (11/22/2010). According to Keith Costley, this was a new species (#258) for Fort McHenry.

A Purple Sandpiper found by Jim Peters at Fort McHenry NM (11/22/2010). According to Keith Costley, this was a new species (#258) for Fort McHenry. Photo by Bill Hubick.

A Purple Sandpiper found by Jim Peters at Fort McHenry NM (11/22/2010). According to Keith Costley, this was a new species (#258) for Fort McHenry. Photo by Bill Hubick.

A Purple Sandpiper found by Jim Peters at Fort McHenry NM (11/22/2010). According to Keith Costley, this was a new species (#258) for Fort McHenry. Photo by Bill Hubick.

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