Date: 1/10/21 12:17 pm
From: birdrecords <birdrecords...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Create a Yard List!
We all hope that 2021 will see an end to masks and seclusion, with a return to group birding trips. But until then, why not take advantage of your time at home and pay more attention to the birds that frequent your yard? You might be surprised by the number of species you can record, and if you're new to birding, it's a great way to start learning more about species identification, bird behavior and migration timing. Learn about creating a Yard List in the Spring 2017 issue of New Hampshire Bird Records: ("Yard Listing: The Fascination, the Anecdotes, and the Numbers" begins on page 38).
Other articles in this issue include: Birding Orford - A Habitat-rich Town in the Upper Valley; Osprey Nest Taken Over by Bald Eagles; Successful Eagle Rehabilitaion; photos and field notes from the 2017 spring season and of course a Photo Quiz. Enjoy them all!
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