This week's Rare Bird Alert
A yellow-throated warbler was seen at Odiorne Point State Park in Rye on Aug. 10, but has not been relocated since then.
A Mississippi kite was seen from Gonet Drive in Newmarket on Aug. 10.
A little blue heron, three stilt sandpipers, and 100 lesser yellowlegs were seen in the Little River Salt Marsh in North Hampton on Aug. 11.
Fifteen great egrets were seen in Turee Pond in Bow on Aug. 13, and one was seen in Chatham on the 10th.
Two great egrets, four American bitterns, and nine pied-billed grebes were seen at Copps Pond in Tuftonboro on Aug. 8.
A Cape may warbler was seen at Odiorne Point State Park in Rye on Aug. 10, and 11.
A red crossbill was reported from Mount Sunapee on Aug. 11, and an evening grosbeak was reported from Hancock on the 8th.
A fish crow was reported from Canobie Lake Park in Salem on Aug. 12.
A family group of at least five purple martins was seen near Cross Beach Road in Seabrook on Aug. 13.
A female orange variant scarlet tanager was seen in Webster on Aug. 11.
A Louisiana waterthrush was heard in Westmoreland on Aug. 12.
A few yellow-billed cuckoos and black-billed cuckoos were reported during the past week.
A northern saw-whet owl was heard in Penacook, an eastern screech-owl was reported from Pelham, and several barred owls were reported from scattered locations, all during the past week.
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