Date: 11/18/17 9:58 am From: Pam Hunt <biodiva...> Subject: [NHBirds] Penacook November Record!
I found 38 species on this morning's survey, which sets a new all-time record for the month of November.
1) Six species of waterfowl, including a continuing female Goldeneye and a linger pair of Wood Ducks. A total of 9 Hooded Mergansers on the river suggests they're been displaced by ice in smaller wooded ponds over the last week.
2) Roughly 100 Red-winged Blackbirds behind Murray's Greenhouses along River Road
3) A flyover Red Crossbill at the latter location
4) Five species of sparrows (including a Fox), with a big influx of juncos (103)
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