Denny and I spent the entire day with Dwaine Oakley, the premier birder on PEI. He tried his darndest to get us the crossbill and partridge, but it was not to be. We did, however, witness my first Dovekie crash, a total of ten birds in over land, or on small bodies of water, or trying to evade the swooping pursuit by a Common Raven. We did have some Common Redpolls and Pine Siskins, and a flock of well over a hundred Bohemian Waxwings (photo). We had a fine day with Dwaine and did pass Green Gables, the literary location for which the island is famous. We drove west reaching Calais ME before stopping for the night. These posts are late because I'm waiting to reach the US where my wireless connection yields cheaper data transfer rates.