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November 9 – November 15, 2022

A Hammond’s Flycatcher, the Cape’s first record of this western species, continued at Peterson’s Farm in Falmouth since Saturday, and other species reported there included a Black Vulture and a late Red-eyed Vireo.

An immature Red-headed Woodpecker showed up at a private feeder in Barnstable over the weekend.

At Race Point in Provincetown, sightings this week included a Pacific Loon, 430 Long-tailed Ducks, 650 Razorbills, 425 Black-legged Kittiwakes, 2 Parasitic Jaegers, 40 Cory’s Shearwaters, 225 Great Shearwater, 7 Manx Shearwaters, a Barn Swallow, 8 Red Crossbills, and 150 Snow Buntings.

Other sightings around the Cape included a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher in Woods Hole, a Red-eyed Vireo in Sandwich, a Philadelphia Vireo in Falmouth, 2 continuing Marbled Godwits, 3 Western Willets in Chatham, a Barn Swallows in Provincetown, Eastham, and Mashpee, a Bohemian Waxwing in Wellfleet, a Dickcissel in Truro, and a single Grasshopper Sparrows in Truro and Provincetown.