Date: 6/10/19 10:13 am
From: birdrecords <birdrecords...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Honoring Chan Robbins - New Hampshire Bird Records Spring 2018
We are very grateful to George Robbins for sponsoring all four 2018 New Hampshire Bird Records issues in memory of his father, Chandler S. Robbins. Each issue has an article by George about his father, highlighting his phenomenal accomplishments in the field of ornithology and connections to New Hampshire. Chan's contributions to our knowledge of birds and their conservation are legendary and it is a pleasure to read about them in George's articles.

The first of George's articles appears in the Spring 2018 issue of New Hampshire Bird Records, now on the website:

Here's what else you'll find in the issue:
Photo Quiz
Spring Season: March 1 through May 31, 2018 by Eric Masterson
The Great Grebe Fallout of April 2018 by Robert A. Quinn
Spring 2018 Field Notes compiled by Diana Talbot and Kathryn Frieden
Sandhill Crane Visits the Bristol Police
The Concord Point Chukar
Nesting in the Snow
Eagle Trio at Nest by Chris Martin
Red-throated Loon at the Rochester WTP by Sam Stoddard
Dead Thick-billed Murres
Where's Waldo?
Whip-poor-will at the Gardens by Rebecca Suomala
Banded Barn Swallow on Star Island by Diana Talbot
American Robin in Costume
Yellow-stained Downy Woodpecker in Ashland
Woodcock in Snow by Diana Talbot
Answer to "Where's Waldo?"
Where to Bird in Epping by Greg Tilman
International Migratory Bird Day New Hampshire Style compiled by Kathryn Frieden and Rebecca Suomala
From Nest to the Air: The Origins of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 by Kurk Dorsey
Peregrine Falcons Killed in Separate Incidents by Diana Talbot

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