A male yellow-headed blackbird is being seen at the end of Parker Hill Rd in Grafton. The homeowners say there is also a female but I only saw the male. Parker Hill Rd is a dead-end, narrow, dirt road with very soft shoulders right now and not much parking. If you try for the bird(s) please respect the homeowners in the area, stay off the fields etc. The bird is being seen in the field on the right at the end of the road, just past a yellow newspaper box on the right, house #410/412. Don't drive past the farm at the end of the road, not passable! The homeowners will let people walk down their driveway, they are the grey house with blue shutters that is just past a log cabin that also shares the driveway. Please don't drive down their driveway. Parker Hill Rd is a right just before the end of rt 121, just before the intersection of rt 35, just after going through Cambridgeport. The bird is hanging out with red-winged blackbirds and is skittish.
Saxtons River, VT