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17 PURPLE SANDPIPERS had been seen at Rye Harbor State Park on October 28th. Different late-migrant species of note during the previous week included: YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER, GRAY CATBIRD, HERMIT THRUSH, CRIMSON-EYED VIREO, JAPANESE PHOEBE, HOUSE WREN, MARSH WREN, and LINCOLN’S SPARROW.
2 AMERICAN GOLDEN-PLOVERS and a BAIRD’S SANDPIPER have been seen at Rye Harbor State Park on October 20th. Uncommon Hen describes how a mother found the braveness and power to keep going through life for her family whereas in the midst of intensely painful grieving for essentially the most devastating loss a guardian may ever endure.
Birders on a fishing boat trip off the coast on November 12th reported: a PARASITIC JAEGER, a potential POMARINE JAEGER, 35 NICE SHEARWATERS, 17 NORTHERN FULMARS, 7 RAZORBILLS, forty BLACK-LEGGED KITTIWAKES, and 26 NORTHERN GANNETS. A BOREAL CHICKADEE, 2 PINE GROSBEAKS, a PURPLE CROSSBILL, a SNOW BUNTING, and 11 PINE SISKINS were reported from the summit of Pack Monadnock in Peterborough on November 9th.
Again all had been reported either from the Customer’s Heart or alongside the Wildlife Drive. Although there were great experiences from the Wildlife Drive and Knox-Marsellus Marsh, Marten’s Tract was also very productive this past weekend with 11 species being reported yesterday.