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Current Issue – Fall 2015 [Vol. 34, No. 3]
This issue of New Hampshire Bird Records with its color cover is sponsored by Rebecca Suomala in appreciation of family – those who are no longer with us and much missed, those whose presence is still so much valued, and the new additions who bring great joy.
Cover Photos: Western Meadowlark (top and lower left) by David Lipsy accompanied by Susan Wrisley, 11/16/15, opposite North Hampton State Beach, NH. Note the nearly solid yellow malar area. Compare it with the Eastern Meadowlark (lower right) photographed by Len Medlock in Hampton, NH.
- From the Editor
- Fall Season: August 1 through November 30, 2015 by Lauren Kras and Ben Griffith
- Field Notes compiled compiled by Rebecca Suomala and Kathryn Frieden
- Color Banded Birds by Stephen Mirick
- Late Cliff Swallow Fledging by Scott Heron
- Berry-eating Coot
- Leucistic Ruby-throated Hummingbird
- Fall 2015 New Hampshire Raptor Migration Report by Iain MacLeod
- Concord Nighthawk Migration Study – 2015 Update by Rob Woodward
- Powder Mill Pond – the Return of the Shorebirds by Eric Masterson
- The Curious Case of Ruddy Ducks by Robert A. Quinn
- Field Trip Reports
- Star Island in September by Rebecca Suomala
- Annual Hawk Migration Watch, Lebanon Airport by Blake Allison
- Shorebird Identification by Stephen Mirick
- Spring and Fall Migrations of the Races of Palm Warbler through New England by Hector Galbraith, Chris Rimmer, Steve Faccio, and Trevor Lloyd-Evans
- Birding New Hampshire’s Lake Sunapee by Dylan Jackson
- Research – Does a Reduction in Caterpillars Caused by Exotic Shrubs Lower the Reproductive Success of Common Yellowthroats? by Matt Tarr
- Answer to the Photo Quiz by David B. Donsker
- Corrections Winter 2012-13, Spring 2013
Issue sponsors make color covers possible. If you’re interested in sponsoring an issue, please contact Rebecca Suomala, Managing Editor.