• Fall 2016 [Vol. 35 No. 3]
    Fall 2016 [Vol. 35 NO. 3] – White Wagtail (photo by Josh Gahagan)

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  • Summer 2016 [Vol. 35 No. 2]
    Summer 2016 [Vol. 35 No. 2] – Rose-breasted Grosbeak by Jane Kelley and American Redstart by David Forsyth

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  • Spring 2016 [Vol. 35 NO. 1]
    Spring 2016 [Vol. 35 NO. 1] – Redwing (photo by Christopher McPherson) and Crowd (photo by Frank Mantlik)

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  • Winter 2015/2016 [Vol. 34 No. 4]
    Winter 2015/2016 [Vol. 34 No. 4] – Turkey Vulture and Black Vulture (photo by Terri Fratus)

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  • Fall 2015 [Vol 34 No. 3]
    Fall 2015 [Vol 34 No. 3] – Western Meadowlark (photo by David Lipsy)

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Our Current issue of New Hampshire Bird Records

Nhbr Fall 2016

Nhbr Fall 2016

What’s a Chukar doing in New Hampshire? Chukars are exotic looking birds in the pheasant family that sometimes turn up in people’s yards. You can read about why these non-native birds may appear in the Fall 2016 issue of New Hampshire Bird Records.

The Fall 2016 issue was dedicated to Rob Woodward in appreciation of all he has done for the New Hampshire birding community. The issue features an article he wrote on the Nighthawk Migration Watch in Concord, and well as many other articles including the first sighting of a White Wagtail in New Hampshire, how plastics are affecting seabirds in our area, the annual raptor migration report, and the regular features of the Photo Quiz, Field Trip Reports, Field Notes, Photo Quiz, and Fall 2016 report.

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