Date: 5/22/20 9:11 am
From: birdrecords <birdrecords...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Warblers, Whales & One Rare Bird!
The hope of a whale watch is, of course, to spot some great whales and, if you're a birder, to also see some terrific sea birds; but a spring whale watch and bad weather can result in much more! In the spring of 2011 the M/V Granite State out of Rye Harbor provided a much-needed rest stop for migrating birds as well as a ride into shore for a hitch-hiking rarity. Read all about it in the Spring 2011 issue of New Hampshire Bird Records: https://nhbirdrecords.org/nhbr-pdfs/V30%20N1%20Spring%202011.pdf ("Forget the Whales, Watch (out for) the Birds!" begins on page 46)
Other articles in this issue include: Birding New Hampshire's Largest State Park-Pisgah; Hawks Galore!; photos and field notes from the 2011 spring season, and of course a Photo Quiz. Enjoy them all!
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