Date: 3/24/21 10:01 am
From: Diana S <wildlifenorth100...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Re: Hampton and Rye
My list should say Red-breasted, not Common Merganser

(not sure why I wrote Common)

On Tue, Mar 23, 2021 at 8:43 PM Diana S <wildlifenorth100...> wrote:

> Hi Birders,
>
> Met Deb Powers at Hampton Beach State Park this afternoon to try and
> relocate the Piping Plover. Initially we couldn’t find it and then started
> talking about how it “peeps”. Well as soon as we began to peep, it showed
> up!
>
> This is what we saw at Hampton:
>
> 1 Lone Piping Plover, just wandering around
> 8 Killdeer, exhibiting mating behavior
> Song Sparrow
> American Crows mobbing a
> Red-Tailed Hawk
> 2 Late Snow Buntings!
> 2 Northern Mockingbird
> European Starlings
> House Sparrow
> Some dude w/ a drone
>
> I continued on up to Odiorne State Park and observed the following birds
> and sea ducks:
>
> 1 Great Cormorant
> 18 Common Eider
> 7 Surf Scoter
> 4 Black Scoter
> 9 Long-tailed duck
> 13 Common Golden 👁
> 11 Common Merganser
> 2 Common Loon
> 17 Song Sparrow
> 1 Red-tailed Hawk
> 12 Robins
> 2 Blue Jay
> 3 Mockingbird
> 3 Eastern Bluebird
> 2 House Finch
> 4 American Crow
> Herring Gull
> Mallard Duck
>
> Great Day to be outside, hope everyone is able to get out at least a
> little bit to enjoy this beautiful weather. Spring has Sprung!!
>
> Diana S
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