The mission of Los Angeles Audubon is to advertise the enjoyment and protection of birds and different wildlife via recreation, training, conservation and restoration. Rare for the world MUTE SWANS had been seen in the Mucklands and the Wildlife Drive all through the week. This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Uncommon Chicken Alert for Monday, October twenty ninth, 2018. A CRIMSON CROSSBILL was reported from Peterborough on November sixteenth.
13 species of shorebirds had been reported from the complicated this week. Different late-migrant species of word through the previous week included: GRAY CATBIRD, HERMIT THRUSH, SWAINSON’S THRUSH, BLUE-HEADED VIREO, JAPANESE PHOEBE, HOUSE WREN, MARSH WREN, BROWN THRASHER, LINCOLN’S SPARROW, and CRIMSON-EYED VIREO.
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An ORANGE-TOPPED WARBLER was reported from Durham, and 1 was seen in North Conway, each on October twenty sixth. Lingering migrant warbler species reported during the past week included: YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER, BLACK-AND-WHITE WARBLER, COMMON YELLOWTHROAT, and PALM WARBLER.
This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Uncommon Bird Alert for Monday, November 26th, 2018. Lingering migrant sparrow species reported through the past week included: CHIPPING SPARROW, LINCOLN’S SPARROW, SAVANNAH SPARROW, WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW, and FOX SPARROW. A flock of 15 PECTORAL SANDPIPERS was seen at the fields off of Locke Street in Concord, and a flock of 8 was seen at Little Cherry Pond in Jefferson, all on October 14th.