Some amazing rarities were to be seen on Grand Manan after the October 26th rainstorm:

Hooded Warbler - male:

Hooded Warbler - female:

Yellow-throated Vireo:

Summer Tanager - female:

White-eyed Vireo:

'A Bird fallout is a flock of a large number of birds containing a variety of different species that suddenly descends on a particular location as a result of seasonal weather patterns that might be disrupting their migration pattern.'  The picture below taken at a distance shows 2 Hooded Warbler, 1 Gray Catbird, 1 Red-eyed Vireo and 1 Rose-breasted Grosbeak.

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Awesome images, Carmella. Certainly a great grouping in your last image!!!!

Thanks Joanne.  It was an unforgettable experience.

A fall Pelee experience close to home.

Incredible Carmella.  Great birds and post.  thanks.

Impressive number of species Camella and Great shots!  :) 

This is a FANTASTIC post, Carmella. The last picture may be the most impressive of all. It certainly tells a story. Thanks so much for posting!!!

What an experience and some really great shots!

Awesome Carmella!

OMG, what a great collection of photos and, as Denis said, that last photo sure tells a story and sums up the event!!


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