Vermont Rare Chicken Studies 2018

Vermont Rare Chicken Studies 2018

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That is New Hampshire Audubon’s Uncommon Fowl Alert for Monday, December third, 2018. That is New Hampshire Audubon’s Uncommon Chicken Alert for Monday, December 10th, 2018. Lingering shorebirds seen through the previous week included: BETTER YELLOWLEGS, and LESSER YELLOWLEGS.

Eleven species of Shorebirds had been recorded at the advanced this week. A YELLOW-BREASTED CHAT continues to be seen at Odiorne Point State Park in Rye, and was last reported on November twenty fifth. Seventeen species in all have been reported from the advanced.

Most birds were found in Knox-Marsellus Marsh although a good quantity are seen alongside the Wildlife Drive. Shorebird species numbers have been down to 13 this week however rarities corresponding to AMERICAN AVOCET and different robust to search out species reminiscent of RED KNOT and PINK-NECKED PHALAROPE had been around.

2 ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLERS had been seen at Odiorne Point State Park in Rye on October 13th, 1 was seen in Gorham on the fifteenth, and 1 was seen at NH Audubon’s Dahl Sanctuary in North Conway on the 12th. Sixteen species of Shorebirds have been reported on the advanced this week.