Date: 6/4/19 5:19 am
From: Jody Williams <fisherwoods...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Louisiana Waterthrush
Here by our house in Rumney a Louisiana Waterthrush has been singing three of the last four days. It is in a deep hemlock lined gully with a small stream, typical habitat. Perhaps all the rain has kept the flow high enough for it to be attracted. Also noted on Saturday, a pair of Spotted Sandpipers on the Baker River, with the male displaying.

Photographed a mating pair of Wood Turtles along the river. First time I’ve seen mating turtles of any species in 47 years in NH.

Yesterday’s meadow walk included a deer and a bear.

Jody and John Williams

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