Cape Sable Seaside Sparrows are sneaky birds.  Starting the season as a first-time sparrow nest-searcher, finding a small grass nest in a vast grass prairie was a daunting task.  What made it worse was that these birds are not only extremely well-camouflaged, but also have an annoying habit of running around on the ground where you can’t track them.  For a long time, it seemed to me that Michelle had some kind of nest-finding superpower that field techs lacked.

Can you see the nest in this picture?  (It’s there, but I’d be very impressed if you could.)