This week's Rare Bird Alert
A yellow-breasted chat was seen on Star Island, one of the Isles of Shoals located off the coast of Rye, on Sept. 15.
A clay-colored sparrow was seen at the Goss Farm Conservation Area in Rye on Sept. 14.
Two Forster’s terns were seen at Odiorne Point State Park in Rye on Sept. 15.
A western sandpiper was seen in Rye on Sept. 12.
A pectoral sandpiper was seen near Jackson Falls on the Nashua River in Nashua on Sept. 16, and one was seen at World End Pond in Salem on the 17th.
A lesser black-backed gull was seen near Odiorne Point State Park in Rye on Sept. 12, and again on the 18th.
A Bicknell’s thrush was heard near the summit of Mount Jackson in Crawford Notch in the White Mountains on Sept. 15.
Two common nighthawks were reported from Little Round Top in Bristol on Sept. 13.
A peregrine falcon was reported from Dover on Sept. 17.
A cliff swallow was seen at Carter Hill in Concord on Sept. 17.
Two pied-billed grebes were seen at the Deer Hill Wildlife Management Area in Brentwood on Sept. 18.
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