Uncommon Birds

Uncommon Birds

Feb 12, 2018 Rare Bird by Author

rare birdBased in 2010 by former unbiased booksellers, Rare Hen is a Los Angeles-based unbiased writer of fifty books a year, specializing in fiction, nonfiction, memoir, entertainment, humor, politics, and present events. Another good week for SHOREBIRDS with 17 species being reported from the complicated. Discovering a rare fowl and then triumphantly reporting it to the remainder of the birding group is as shut as birders get to celeb. That is the weekly replace of the Los Angeles Audubon Uncommon Chicken Alert.

Shorebird numbers have been down a bit this week to fifteen species seen at the advanced. A number of EVENING GROSBEAKS have been reported from scattered areas throughout the previous week, together with: Pittsfield, Derry, Keene, Peterborough, Durham, and Amherst.

This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Hen Alert for Monday, December 17th, 2018. When there’s a rare fowl round, individuals want to learn about it as soon as potential. For fast entry to rare bird reviews, birders could want to take into account joining the online neighborhood at This group has several hundred members and is used by many local birders to report rarities.

A NORTHERN SHRIKE was reported from Nice Bay Nationwide Wildlife Refuge in Newington on December 6th. In excess of 20 species have been reported this week highlighted by TRUMPETER SWAN, EURASIAN WIGEON and CACKLING GOOSE. Friday and Sunday have been 5,000 hawk days with Broad-wings being a big majority of the birds.

The trainer first spotted the chook in his garden on October 7. He reported it to the RSPB and gave his postcode. Shorebird species was right down to 9 this week. Shorebird season is upon us. 10 species including SHORT-BILLED DOWITCHER were reported from the complicated this week.