Date: 5/3/18 6:56 pm
From: Jacquie Grinley <jeg623...>
Subject: Re: [NHBirds] Digest for - 23 updates in 22 topics
Today I saw a ruby crowned kinglet, a yellow rumped warbler and an American
Redstart. I have never seen the Redstart before but they are cute little
birds! I was thrilled to find all these birds literally in my back yard!
I live in Gorham NH.
Jacquie

On Thu, May 3, 2018 at 4:51 PM, <nhbirds...> wrote:

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> - Today in Hebron - FOYs <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_0> - 1
> Update
> - American Redstart in Mont Vernon
> <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_1> - 1 Update
> - FOY Rose-Breasted Grosbeak <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_2>
> - 1 Update
> - Moore Reservoir <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_3> - 1 Update
> - Talk on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act at Audubon May 8
> <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_4> - 1 Update
> - Durham area 5/3 <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_5> - 2 Updates
> - Exeter area birds <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_6> - 1 Update
> - F. O. Y. RT. Humming Bird <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_7> - 1
> Update
> - First House Wren and Ruby Throated Hummingbird in North Hampton
> <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_8> - 1 Update
> - Baltimore Oriole <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_9> - 1 Update
> - FOY B-T Green and House Wren in Manchestr
> <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_10> - 1 Update
> - Foy catbird <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_11> - 1 Update
> - Crossbills <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_12> - 1 Update
> - Walpole Swan Sp. <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_13> - 1 Update
> - Birding at Massabesic, 5/2 <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_14>
> - 1 Update
> - Nashua Chimney Swifts, Peregrine news.
> <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_15> - 1 Update
> - First "Warbler Wednesdays" Results
> <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_16> - 1 Update
> - FOY yellow warbler, Virginia Rail, Hollis
> <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_17> - 1 Update
> - FOY Ruby-throated Hummingbird
> <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_18> - 1 Update
> - FOY r.t.hummingbird, Lee <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_19> - 1
> Update
> - Hooksett - FOY Male Hummingbird
> <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_20> - 1 Update
> - Three Common Loons on Newfound Lake
> <#m_-7525855535692608126_group_thread_21> - 1 Update
>
> Today in Hebron - FOYs
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/494a1e7ec358cd76?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Suzanne Smith <zanne719...>: May 03 04:37PM -0400
>
> Black-throated blue
> Black-throated green
> pine warbler
> black and white warbler
> Rose breasted Grosbeak
>
>
> Not new today
> Purple finch
> swamp sparrow
> turkey
> white-breasted nuthatch
> And of course, American Goldfinch
>
> suzanne smith, hebron
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> American Redstart in Mont Vernon
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/5ed9c5a718c097d7?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Karen Mitchell <kmitchell5...>: May 03 02:18PM -0400
>
> I haven't noticed that anyone has mentioned finding one but I heard one in
> my yard this morning.
>
> Karen Mitchell
> Mont Vernon
>
> Sent from my iPad
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> FOY Rose-Breasted Grosbeak
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/84e80b234c657a54?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> <jennmckown1...>: May 03 12:50PM -0400
>
> Always happy to see my FOY Rose-Breasted Grosbeak--a solitary make showed
> up this noon.
>
> Jennifer McKown
> Brookfield, NH
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> Moore Reservoir
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/684cbf94d9cb1c60?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Sandy Turner <tmsprgrn...>: May 03 12:21PM -0400
>
> During our 10-mile bird surveys we stop at Moore Reservoir dam area. Today
> produced 3 crows, 1 Ring-billed Gull and 1 Double-crested Cormorant. Some
> different from the 750 birds the other day!!!
>
> Sandy and Mark Turner
> Lyman
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> Talk on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act at Audubon May 8
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/9d5683ab75ff06b2?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Pamela Hunt <phunt...>: May 03 03:04PM
>
> Hi again. Someone kindly pointed out that the VENUE was not indicated in
> my previous message on this topic (so much for cut and paste!).
>
> The talk will be held at NH Audubon’s McLane Center in Concord.
>
> Pam
>
> Greetings all,
>
> As many of you know, this year is the 100th anniversary of the Migratory
> Bird Treaty Act. Many of you may also know Kurk Dorsey (or at least his
> name from posts to this list. Next week is your chance to combine these two
> things, as per the program description below!
>
> Of Mallards and Men: The Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918
> Tuesday, May 8, 2018, 7:00 p.m.
>
> The Migratory Bird Treaty Act was signed in 1918 and has served as the
> basis for much of the protection of our wild birds for 100 years. To
> celebrate the centennial of this important law, Kurk Dorsey will present an
> illustrated talk about the surprising story of how the federal government
> found itself in the business of protecting migratory wildlife. Such
> colorful characters as Woodrow Wilson, William Hornaday, and Mabel Osgood
> Wright played impotent roles in the drama.
>
> Presenter:
> Kurk Dorsey is an avid birder and Professor of History at the University
> of New Hampshire. He received his PhD in History from Yale University in
> 1994, and he has taught at UNH since then. He is the compiler for the
> Lee/Durham Christmas Bird Count and a member of the New Hampshire Rare
> Birds Committee.
>
> Program fee: NH Audubon members $5; Non-members $7
>
> Maybe see some of you there!
> Pam
>
> Pamela D. Hunt, Ph.D.
> Avian Conservation Biologist
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> Durham area 5/3
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/b46b55bd0f9cd4be?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> "Dorsey, Kurk" <Kurk.Dorsey...>: May 03 02:49PM
>
> Birders,
>
> There must have been some movement last night because the town was hopping
> with good birds; 68 species, including 13 warblers, before 9 AM. Highlights:
>
> --Moore Fields: 4 Pipits with almost red breasts, Harrier, Kestrel, Yellow
> Warbler, Savannah Sparrow
>
> --Surrey Lane Marsh: Green Heron, Baltimore Oriole, Northern Waterthrush,
> Warbling Vireo
>
> --Thompson Forest on Wednesday Hill Road (new town land): Purple Finch,
> Barred Owl, 11 species of warblers, including Blue-winged and
> Black-throated Blue
>
> --Woodridge park area: Louisiana Waterthrush in my backyard (terrible
> habitat, but he's gamely on day 3 of belting it out), Scarlet Tanager,
> Kingbird, Yellow-throated Warbler
>
>
> Kurk Dorsey
>
> Durham
> "Dorsey, Kurk" <Kurk.Dorsey...>: May 03 02:58PM
>
> typo alert! yellow-throated vireo, not warbler!
>
>
> Kurk Dorsey
>
> ________________________________
> From: <nhbirds...> <nhbirds...> on behalf of
> Dorsey, Kurk <Kurk.Dorsey...>
> Sent: Thursday, May 3, 2018 10:49 AM
> To: NHbirds
> Subject: [NHBirds] Durham area 5/3
>
> Caution - External Email
> ________________________________
>
> Birders,
>
> There must have been some movement last night because the town was hopping
> with good birds; 68 species, including 13 warblers, before 9 AM. Highlights:
>
> --Moore Fields: 4 Pipits with almost red breasts, Harrier, Kestrel, Yellow
> Warbler, Savannah Sparrow
>
> --Surrey Lane Marsh: Green Heron, Baltimore Oriole, Northern Waterthrush,
> Warbling Vireo
>
> --Thompson Forest on Wednesday Hill Road (new town land): Purple Finch,
> Barred Owl, 11 species of warblers, including Blue-winged and
> Black-throated Blue
>
> --Woodridge park area: Louisiana Waterthrush in my backyard (terrible
> habitat, but he's gamely on day 3 of belting it out), Scarlet Tanager,
> Kingbird, Yellow-throated Warbler
>
>
> Kurk Dorsey
>
> Durham
>
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> Exeter area birds
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/32f1d49b5ace3352?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> "Aaronian, Richard S." <raaronian...>: May 03 02:33PM
>
> Visited a few places this morning from 7-10 AM looking for arrivals. Many
> were FOY Birds
>
> End of Industrial Drive (off Rt. 27 by Exeter rinks)
> Yellow-throated Vireo (1) singing and seen
>
> Deer Hill area, Brentwood
> Wood Duck (1 drake)
> Hooded Merganser (pair)
> Palm Warbler (6-7)
> Yellow-rumped W. X
> Black and White W (1 male)
> Warbling Vireo (1); also seen at Powderhouse Pond
>
> Morrisette property, Exeter
> N. Parula (1 male)
>
> Powderhouse Pond
> Green Heron (2)
> Baltimore Oriole (1)
> Yellow W. (1)
> C. Yellowthroat (heard)
> Greater Yellowlegs (2)
> Gray Catbird
>
> Rich Aaronian, Chris Matlack
>
>
>
> Sent from my iPad
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> F. O. Y. RT. Humming Bird
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/1e95dd6eb52e561f?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Susan <slhunter...>: May 03 09:13AM -0400
>
> The male Ruby Throated was on the feeder early this morning.
> The Carolina Wrens are sitting on eggs and in the yard the White Throated
> Sparrows are singing their sweet song.
> The Juncos have departed.
>
> Susan Hunter, Bedford
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> First House Wren and Ruby Throated Hummingbird in North Hampton
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/d72ce7c31d80f339?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Edward Larrabee <Edward_Larrabee...>: May 03 08:40AM -0400
>
> We saw both Wednesday 5/2 but suspect the hummingbird has been around
> for several days, given the way the feeder was being emptied.
>
> -- ed
>
>
> *Edward Larrabee*
> Email: <Edward_Larrabee...>
> Tel: 603-964-0614
> Cell: 603-860-6087
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> Baltimore Oriole
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/456f1e96c6c28405?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> nanseagold <nanseagold...>: May 03 07:14AM -0400
>
> This morning a male Baltimore Oriole was looking around at my hummingbird
> feeder. They must be back!My grape jelly is out.
> Nancy Murphy Nashua
>
>
> Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
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> FOY B-T Green and House Wren in Manchestr
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/3b6b6ac6f5733b4d?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> "Jane Hills" <jhbird...>: May 03 06:26AM -0400
>
> On my walk around the neighborhood this morning, I heard a Black-throated
> Green Warbler and a House Wren. They're coming!
>
>
>
> Jane
>
>
>
> Jane Hills
>
> Manchester, NH
>
> jhbird(at)myfairpoint(dot)net
>
>
>
> "We are all environmentalists now, but we are not all planetists. An
> environmentalist realizes that nature has its pleasures and deserves
> respect. A planetist puts the earth ahead of the earthlings." --William
> Safire
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> Foy catbird
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/951e7ef2743b6a28?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Sylvia Hartmann <s42yth...>: May 03 06:18AM -0400
>
> Arrived just now. Sylvia hartmann. Manchester nh
>
> ✨🌟🌙⭐️💫
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> Crossbills
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/dd3aabdf59f0e88a?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Jane Rice <moultnews...>: May 01 12:59PM
>
> 4 red crossbills right by the end of my driveway on Ossipee Mt Rd in
> Moultonborough. One male, 3 female.
>
> Jane Rice
>
>
> Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
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> Walpole Swan Sp.
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/e08cddf7fefccfec?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Chad Witko <chadjwitko...>: May 02 08:52PM -0400
>
> Greetings,
>
> Enjoying some long anticipated warm weather, Phil Brown and I decided to
> grab some dinner and beverages tonight at the Hungry Diner in Walpole.
>
> Sitting outside and thinking of nighthawks more than waterfowl, we were
> surprised to discover a silent swan flying north over us approaching dusk.
> We both saw the bird and immediately thought "goose" instead of swan, which
> gave the bird just enough time to get over and past us. Perhaps it was the
> beverages or just not having swan on our radar. Either way, we were able to
> eventually get on the bird with Phil's binoculars, but no discerning
> features were evident at that point in the light that was present. Our
> initial feeling was that this was a Mute Swan, but we have to realistically
> just leave it as swan sp.
>
> If anyone is in the Walpole/Bellows Falls area tomorrow, it might be
> worthwhile to check out these areas of the CT River or other nearby bodies
> of water.
>
> Cheers,
> Chad Witki
>
> --
> Chad Witko
> www.chat-happens.com
>
> "I came to believe birds are the most vivid expression of life. It made me
> aware of the world in which we live."
> Roger Tory Peterson
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> Birding at Massabesic, 5/2
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/b0c67d7ba34e3259?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Jon Woolf <jsw...>: May 02 07:56PM -0400
>
> Walking at Massabesic Audubon Center this morning, I got a few nice
> sightings:
>
> Broad-winged Hawk, which seems to nest fairly regularly in the woods near
> the Center
>
> Pine Warbler
>
> Black-and-white Warbler
>
> Tree Swallows - which I count as nice because there were LOTS of them.
> More than I've seen there in the last couple of years.
>
> And of course the usual Goldfinches, Cardinals, Song and Chipping
> sparrows, etc.
>
> -- Jon Woolf
>
> Manchester, NH
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> Nashua Chimney Swifts, Peregrine news.
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/44ab01a59ea78a3f?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Christine Sheridan <cmsbirds...>: May 02 06:25PM -0400
>
> While watching Nashua's male Peregrine keeping vigil (and enjoying his
> lunch), I was delighted to spot six Chimney Swifts chasing insects near the
> Nashua River.
>
> The reign of our long-time territorial pair, Monster and Rusty is over.
> Other than a possible February sighting of Rusty, the female, in February
> by Chris McPherson, they were not spotted this spring.
>
> A pair often seen during winter hunting around the bridges to Hudson over
> the Merrimack were supplanted by a pair of two-year olds, black/green A/T,
> the male, and black/green 18 BE, a female hatched in 2016 at the Verizon
> Tower in Brockton Ma.
>
> A/T was originally banded (as a female) in 2016, a Manchester hatchling,
> and had been id'd by his bands as a juvie at Pickering Ponds and Plum
> Island.
>
> He spent much of last winter and early spring hanging around Nashua,
> finally being chased off by the returning Monster and Rusty. He returned
> this spring, when his true gender was revealed when Bob Vallieres spotted
> him mating with BE! (As an adult, he does look like a male.)
>
> I'll miss Rusty and Monster. Deanne Fortnam and I, often along with Jim
> Kegley, had many exciting times following their adventures in the early
> years of their reign! They were mysterious birds, generally appearing with
> their young around the time when Chris Martin was wrapping up the Peregrine
> nesting season and about to write them off.
>
> Long live AT and BE!
>
> Chris Sheridan
> Nashua
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> First "Warbler Wednesdays" Results
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/49bebc3b893701ad?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> MascomaBirds <mascomabirds...>: May 02 10:15PM
>
> The Mascoma Chapter of NH Audubon's first of the season "Warbler
> Wednesdays" birding event took place under mostly sunny skies with
> temperatures that ranged from 41 degrees at the outset to 61 at the walk's
> conclusion around 9:30 a.m. Breezes that initially were gentle became
> stronger as the morning progressed.
> The walk attracted 25 birders, many of whom are long time "Warbler
> Wednesdays" participants. Mascoma Chapter Steering Committee members George
> Clark and Blake Allison were the event's co-leaders, and Blake kept the
> eBird list.
> A total of 38 species were recorded over the course of the walk.That
> number falls in the middle of count totals for first outing totals from
> earlier years with 45 species in 2017, 33 species in 2016 and 40 in 2015.
> Several waterfowl species were seen on the impounded water behind Wilder
> Dam including an American wigeon, a ring-necked duck and four bufflehead.
> Warblers were few in number with a black-throated green, a splendidly
> attired, blackburnian warbler, four pine warblers and four yellow-rumped
> warblers recorded. A Louisiana waterthrush was heard singing near the
> lake's spillway but was not located.
> In what may well have been a "Warbler Wednesdays" first, a savannah
> sparrow was recorded. It was well-seen by the entire group as it picked at
> a tuft of grass next to the lake's footbridge.
> Few raptors were observed. An osprey lazily looped around the lake, and a
> broad-winged hawk swiftly passed overhead flying north.
> A complete eBird list of the day's sightings can be found using the
> following link: https://ebird.org/nh/view/checklist/S45188571
> <https://ebird.org/nh/view/checklist/S45188571>
> The next "Warbler Wednesdays" walk at Boston Lot Lake is scheduled for May
> 9th at 7:00 a.m.
> Mascoma Chapter of New Hampshire Audubon
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> FOY yellow warbler, Virginia Rail, Hollis
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/8ba07c1ac2188d62?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Molly Jacobson <molly.j711...>: May 02 06:13PM -0400
>
> Some good finds at Beaver Brook great meadow today, including a Louisiana
> waterthrush, yellow warbler, and a Virginia Rail. The latter is a life bird!
>
> -Molly Jacobson
>
> Merrimack
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> FOY Ruby-throated Hummingbird
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/218ec9f4201e5474?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Emmalee Bowers Tarry <EmmaleeT...>: May 02 09:49PM
>
> This afternoon Wednesday May 2 I had my first male Ruby-throated
> Hummingbird at my feeder. I put my feeder up in the same location every
> year after April 15. This one did not show up until about 4 PM. Happy to
> see him.
>
> Emmalee B Tarry
> <EmmaleeT...><mailto:<EmmaleeT...>
> http://NEseabirds.com
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> FOY r.t.hummingbird, Lee
> <http://groups.google.com/group/nhbirds/t/bae71fe20473ac8b?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email>
> Catherine Fisher <catherineckx...>: May 02 05:25PM -0400
>
> Allen's Ave. - Came home just before noon to a yard full of white-throated
> sparrows. A few minutes later, a male hummingbird stopped at the feeder
> put up yesterday. It's been a long time coming, but spring is happening!
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> Hooksett - FOY Male Hummingbird
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> ROBERT SWEET <rgsweet...>: May 02 05:14PM -0400
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> Three Common Loons on Newfound Lake
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> Stephen Whitney <swhit_41...>: May 02 08:51PM
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> "Stephen Whitney" <swhit_41...>
> Subject: Three Common Loons on Newfound Lake
> >> 5/1/2018 Tuesday 6-7 PM
>
> W Shore Street above Wellington State Park--
> Common loon, 1 swimming close to shore.
>
> Stone Gate Drive (Hebron, N end of lake, off N Shore Road)--
> Common Loons, 2.
>
> Gray Rocks Conservation Area--
> Great Blue Heron, 2 mallards
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