Date: 11/24/17 1:24 pm
From: Stephen Mirick <smirick...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Odiorne! (Yellow-throated Warbler AND Vireo, Cape Mays, Tennessee, O-crowned, Chat, etc)
Odiorne Point State Park is THE SPOT to visit on the coast right now
with a remarkable group of late migrants.  The pine trees near the
center and parking lot have been the best areas. The following are

YELLOW-THROATED WARBLER - Bird found yesterday by Jason Lambert
continues from pines near bunker and Seacoast Science Center parking lot.
CAPE MAY WARBLER - Apparently 2.  Most folks had one bird, but Kyle
Wilmarth reports a 2nd bird!
TENNESSEE WARBLER - 1 bird in Chat Cove seen by K. Wilmarth and others. 
NOT seen by us!  :-(
Orange-crowned Warbler - 1 bird seen in pines
Yellow-rumped Warbler - 1 seen by us.
Yellow-breasted Chat.  Continuing bird in "Chat cove" reported by
others.  Not seen by us.
YELLOW-THROATED VIREO - 1 bird in NORTH end of park.  Undoubtedly the
same bird seen by Kyle a week and a half ago.  By far, a new record late
date for NH and arguably the rarest bird in the park today.

And further south on the coast:

YELLOW WARBLER - 1 bird continues in pine tree at Bicentennial Park. 
Seen by Jason Lambert, but not us.

Our list from a long walk around Odiorne....with a few documentation
photos as follows:

Steve & Jane Mirick
Bradford, MA

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