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Recent Sighting:

Bird watching is the most worthwhile and exhilarating hobby out there! Just get out there folks and spend time with your fine-feathered friends!

Recent Updates and Sightings

@rktemp That is an excellent Lifer! Been a hell of a year for them! Congrats man!

Iceland Gull at State Fish Pier, Gloucester, MA 4 Icelands fairly close to the end of the pier/parking area for the Jodrey State Fish Pier on Five Pound Island in Gloucester.

Blue Grosbeak at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, MA Life bird! 2 seen at Plum today, one at Hellcat along the Marsh Loop, and the 2nd one seen at the Wardens around the bushes/trees in back!

If anybody wants Lincoln's Sparrows, Dickcissels or CT Warblers, they're still at Cumberland Farm Fields off of River St in Middleboro, MA!

Common Nighthawk at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, MA Between the times of 7 and 720 pm, 3 Nighthawks were observed up a bit high heading west over the Upper Pool/Impoundment at GMNWR in Concord

Tricolored Heron at Scarboro Marshes, ME 2 of the 3 previously reported Tricoloreds were seen yesterday morning along the Eastern Trail section of Scarborough Marsh, what a Lifer!!

American Oystercatcher at Hills Beach, ME 2 Oystercatchers (a Lifer for me) came in at low tide at Hills Beach....what amazing and gorgeous birds!!

Roseate Tern at Hills Beach, ME Observed 4 of them (probably more out there) amongst a sizable group of Common and Least Terns at Hills Beach along the Biddeford/York line.

Grey Jay at NH, USA Hiked up to Pothole Rocks (1 mile up, 800' elev. change) along Caps Ridge Trail off of Jefferson Notch Rd. Saw 2 adult and 2 juv Gray Jays!

Had 1 male Blackburnian, a Magnolia, 3 Winter Wrens, a Swainson's Thrush & 7 Ravens off of Trudeau Rd in Whitefield, NH this past Sunday!

And for those whom are interested, there are 2 Common Moorhens, 2 Least Bitterns and a Coot whom are currently at Great Meadows NWR-Concord.

Please note both the Acadian Flycatcher & Clapper Rail were seen yesterday afternoon, though I would wager that both are still there today!

Clapper Rail at Westport, MA The Clapper is still calling Allens Pond home, seen (calling also) in the tidal-flats area in between the Beach Loop and the parking lot.

Acadian Flycatcher at Westport, MA 1 Acadian seen calling (pit-sah) atop a brush pile about 75 yards to the right, off of the Boulder Loop trail, fairly near the vernal pool.

Common Moorhen at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, MA A lone Moorhen in Upper impoundment across from bench situated approx 300+ yards from center dike trail (take a left at end of center dike).