Number observed: 1
Details: Wayne Petersen's column (vol. 47 no. 5, pp. 1089-1090): "A convincing description of a calling Yellow Rail in the Sebasticook Watershed, Somerset Me June 14 (J. Pinchbeck et al.) offers compelling support to the notion that this secretive rail may be a rare breeder in the northern recesses of the Region." Based on notes from JP, the site is about where plotted for this list. Black Terns were reported nesting here as well.