Category Archives: Cape Cod Birding

Adorable Baby Swallows At Fort Hill On Cape Cod.

The baby Swallows at Fort Hill are just adorable as they line up on the split-rail fence waiting for mom or dad to come and feed them. (Click on blog link for other photos.)

These little guys were so cute as you can see their fluffy feathers and their beaks open.

This last little guy was trying out his wings before he took off with the rest of the family. Just precious, don’t you think?

Patiently Waiting For Breakfast On The Salt Marsh On Cape Cod.

I rode by this beautiful Red-tailed Hawk who was perched on the dead tree by Boat Meadow Creek at the beginning of my bike ride yesterday morning. And then, there he was, still on the same branch at the end of my ride. I figured he must be waiting for me to take his photograph!

He certainly was very patient as all of the other birds were dive-bombing him while squawking away!

A Bird Or A Rock On Boat Meadow Beach On Cape Cod?

We stopped at Boat Meadow Beach and there, ¬†on the beach, was this unusual bird… or was it? It looked like a Willet digging into the sand looking for food. We both took a double take and realized it wasn’t a bird but a rock that looked just like a bird.

Have you seen it there? Pretty cool, don’t you think?