Our visit to the North Shore came right during the peak of the nesting season for birds in that area. I saw many of them carrying insects, presumably to feed their babies. This is a Veery, a secretive bird found in the dense understory of thick woods. Its nest is usually on the ground, hidden in the brush. It has a very beautiful call, usually heard at dusk. It’s a flute-like, descending call and sounds to me like it is producing two different notes at the same time.