The mission of Los Angeles Audubon is to advertise the enjoyment and safety of birds and different wildlife by recreation, schooling, conservation and restoration. There are a bunch of how to get the word out: Textual content a birder pal of yours; ship an e mail to your native birding listserv ( find them here ); send a tweet with the hashtag #ABArare (ABA stands for the American Birding Association); put up on Facebook to any variety of native birding groups.
Fifteen species of shorebirds had been reported on the advanced this week. 10 species of WARBLERS have been reported additionally. They monitor tree cavities for active nests of six hornbill species, and when one’s in use, they accumulate data on the birds’ movements, food regimen, and conduct for the Hornbill Analysis Foundation.
2 ORANGE-TOPPED WARBLERS have been seen at Odiorne Level State Park in Rye on October 13th, 1 was seen in Gorham on the 15th, and 1 was seen at NH Audubon’s Dahl Sanctuary in North Conway on the 12th. Sixteen species of Shorebirds had been reported on the advanced this week.
A SNOWY OWL was reported from Sharon, and a SHORT-EARED OWL was reported from Rye, each on December 14th. 6 PINE GROSBEAKS have been seen in Jefferson on November twelfth, and 1 was reported from Penacook on the 18th. A SEASIDE SPARROW continues to be seen in Hampton Marsh and was last reported on December 9th.
A flock of about 20 PINE GROSBEAKS was seen on Base Station Road off of Route 302 close to Bretton Woods on November twenty fourth, a single hen was seen in Plymouth on the twenty fourth, and 5 were seen behind the Vintage Bakery in Glen on the 25th.