I spent some time on the coast this afternoon, just roaming along 1A stopping at familiar places. Found nothing really unusual, but a few sightings worth posting. The most unusual one was two geese of some sort, which I'm fairly sure were BRANT, flying south past Great Boar's Head. I can't think of what else they could have been: big-bodied, long-necked birds with a very gooselike flight style, but the obvious white chin strap of the Canada Goose was nowhere to be seen, and the neck seemed short for Canadas too.
Seabrook Harbor had a decent number of shorebirds, a mix of Black-bellied Plovers and Dunlin. There were also some Dunlin on the rocks at Ragged Neck. Along the coast, there were a handful of Common Loons, some White-winged Scoters, and one group of four or five female Red-breasted Mergansers.
On Eeel Pond I saw a bird that might have been the previously-reported Common Gallinule. Or it might have been an American Coot. It was swimming like a coot, with the forward-and-back head motion that I associate with coots. OTOH, I'm not at all familiar with gallinules - do they swim the same way?
Closer to home, a stop at Massabesic Audubon Center found a couple of White-throated Sparrows, some Song Sparrows, a Cardinal, and many House Finches.