Date: 12/28/20 9:18 am
From: birdrecords <birdrecords...>
Subject: [NHBirds] A Guide to Birding Page Pond in Meredith, NH
In each issue of New Hampshire Bird Records we try to feature a great birding location with highlights and directions. In the Fall 2019 issue Rob Woodward wrote about birding Page Pond Community Forest in Meredith. This free article is now on the website:

This issue was sponsored by Diana Stephens in loving appreciation of her mother and father, Dolores and Mallory Stephens, and her brother and sister-in-law, Mal and Claudia LaBrie Stephens.

There are lots of other great articles in the issue. Here are the Contents:
Fall Season: August 1 through November 30, 2019 by Ben Griffith
Hurricane Dorian by Stephen R. Mirick
Along Came a Sparrow... by Chris McPherson
Cassin's Sparrow on Star Island by Eric Masterson
Finding a Marbled Godwit by Susan Wrisley
Backyard Birder - Birds "Frozen" on Feeder by Diana Stephens and Rebecca Suomala
Photo Gallery - Northern Gannet Takes a Dive, photos by Ralph Fletcher
Field Notes compiled by Diana Stephens
Late Red-eyed Vireo Nesting by Ben Griffith
Late October Goldfinch Nest by Eric Masterson
Black Skimmer attacked by a Peregrine Falcon! by Diana Stephens
Hampton Harbor Dredging by Diana Stephens
Feeding Frenzy in the Yard by Lori Charron
A Great Egret in the Driveway
Songbird Frozen in a Pitcher Plant! by Diana Stephens
Iceland Gull Over the Years
Field Trip Report
First Annual Monadnock Region Birding Cup Soars by Steven Lamonde and Kim Snyder
Merrimack River Paddle and a Record Number of Bald Eagles by Robert A. Quinn
NH Audubon Pelagic by Steve Mirick and Rebecca Suomala
Updated History of Hawkwatching in New Hampshire by Iain MacLeod
Fall 2019 New Hampshire Raptor Migration Report by Iain MacLeod
NH Rare Birds Committee Report Spring 2018 through Winter 2018-19
Answer to the Summer 2019 Photo Quiz by Leo McKillop

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