This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Monday, Jan. 28.
A golden eagle continues to be seen along Chickering Road in Westmoreland, and was last reported on Jan. 27.
A Northern shrike was seen in Milan on Jan. 27.
A Merlin was seen in Hampton Jan. 27, a Northern harrier was seen in Hollis on the 25th, and a Northern goshawk was seen in Sandwich last week.
An adult male Barrow’s goldeneye was seen between the Granite Street Bridge and Notre Dame Bridge on the Merrimack River in Manchester on Jan. 26, and a female Barrow’s goldeneye was seen on the coast in Rye on the 27th.
A male green-winged teal continues to be seen on the Androscoggin River in Gorham and was last reported on Jan. 26. This is an unusually far north and inland occurrence for this species in winter. A male blue-winged teal was seen in Exeter on the 27th.
A Glaucous gull continues to be seen at Hampton Harbor and was last reported on Jan. 27.
Nine common redpolls were reported from Jefferson, and three were seen in Rye, all during the past week.
Over 150 Bohemian waxwings continued to be seen foraging on crabapple trees in New London, 150 were seen in North Conway, and over 50 were seen in Gorham, all during the past week.
A few small flocks of pine grosbeaks and evening grosbeaks were reported from scattered locations during the past week.
A flock of nine Lapland longspurs was seen along River Road in Piermont on Jan. 24, a flock of five were seen in Westmoreland on the 25th, and one was seen in Milan on the 26th.
A yellow-rumped warbler was seen again in Kingston on Jan. 23. Lingering migrant species reported during the past week included: rusty blackbird, brown-headed cowbird, hermit thrush, turkey vulture, red-shouldered hawk, fish crow, yellow-bellied sapsucker, ruby-crowned kinglet, Savannah sparrow, chipping sparrow, fox sparrow, and white-crowned sparrow.