Date: 9/7/17 6:44 pm
From: Ken Klapper <kklapper...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Dickcissel - Carter Hill Orchard
A Dickcissel was hanging out in the berry (raspberry/etc) shrubs at Carter
Hill Orchard in Concord this afternoon. This is the same side of the
orchard as the viewing platform, but closer to the woods. This was a pale
individual with just the slightest hint of yellow on the breast, or so it
appeared to me in the late afternoon light. Perhaps the showers occurring
early this evening will convince the bird to stay.

Please be alert that if you do chase this bird that the orchard does not
open to the public until 9am. Please park in the designated
hiker/dogwalker lot or in the area past the viewing platform, and out of
the way of orchard equipment traffic.

Sorry - no photo.

Good birding,
Ken Klapper
Currently in Concord

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