This Week's Rare Bird Alert
Snowy owls continued to be reported in New Hampshire during the past week including two along the coast in Rye, and five in the Hampton and Seabrook marsh areas. There was an unconfirmed report of one seen along Porter Road in Alstead on Jan. 15.
A Thayer’s gull has been seen several times during the past week visiting a feeding station at a private residence in East Kingston with more than 30 other gulls, including at least one Iceland gull.
A glaucous gull and four great cormorants were seen on the Nashua River in Nashua on Jan. 9, and two glaucous gulls were seen in Hampton Harbor on the 12th.
Forty four razorbills were seen along the coast from Little Boar’s Head in North Hampton on Jan. 12.
Several pine grosbeaks were reported from Nashua on Jan. 11.
Twelve Lapland longspurs were seen at Bicentennial Park in Hampton on Jan. 8.
There were a few reports of peregrine falcon and merlin during the past week.
A brown thrasher was seen in Rye on Jan. 11, and one was seen in Rye on the 15th. An eastern towhee was seen in Ashland on Jan. 13.Yellow-bellied sapsuckers were reported from Bartlett and Nashua during the past week, and a northern flicker was again seen in Bedford, on Jan. 10.
A flock of approximately 500 cedar waxwings was reported from Dover on Jan. 10.
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