This Week's Rare Bird Alert
A sedge wren, a clay-colored sparrow, and a dickcissel were seen at the Concord Community Gardens along Birch Lane off of Clinton Street in Concord on Sept. 29, and a previously reported blue grosbeak (in brown plumage) was still being seen there as of the 27th.
A yellow-breasted chat was seen at White’s Farm in Concord on Sept. 27, but has not been relocated.
Fourteen pectoral sandpipers, a Bonaparte’s gull, a great cormorant, 10 blue-winged teal, and 15 rusty blackbirds were all reported from World End Pond in Salem on Sept. 29.
A Nelson’s sparrow was seen at Horseshoe Pond in Concord on Sept. 26, and a Wilson’s snipe was also present.
Four blue-winged teal were seen at Mascoma Lake in Enfield on Sept. 26.
A rusty blackbird was seen in Nashua on Sept. 29.
An olive-sided flycatcher was seen in Pittsfield on Sept. 26.
Thirty American pipits were reported from Mount Washington near the Lake of the Clouds on Sept. 28.
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