Posts Tagged ‘Pam Hunt’


Coastal Birding

Posted on January 14, 2017

This trip will target wintering birds and whatever rarities are around in the area between southern Maine and Plum Island, MA, with the final destination determined closer to the actual date. Meet at the McLane … Read More

Birding Cuba: Expedition to the Forbidden Island

Posted on January 9, 2017

Cuban parrots. Photo by Pam Hunt.

Cuba has long held an air of mystery for American travelers. With the normalization of political ties, it’s getting easier and easier to visit Cuba to experience all that … Read More

Concord November Challenge

Posted on November 5, 2016

For the last eight years, Concord area birders and folks from farther afield have gathered on the first weekend of November to see how many species we can find within the city limits.

Over the … Read More

Expedition to the Forbidden Island

Posted on September 15, 2016

Cuba has long held an air of mystery for American travelers, although it’s getting easier and easier to get there and experience what the island has to offer. Pam Hunt visited in January of 2016 Read More

Good News for Purple Martins

Posted on June 29, 2016

By Pam Hunt

Volunteers raising the martin gourds at Prescott Farm. Photo by Pam Hunt.

2016 is proving to be an excellent year for Purple Martins in New Hampshire. Long-term followers of recovery efforts for … Read More

Leeward Ho! Island Hopping in the Northern Lesser Antilles with Pam Hunt

Posted on February 18, 2016

Pam Hunt has long been fascinated with the islands of the Caribbean, and has a goal of seeing all the West Indian endemic birds.

Achieving this often requires quick visits to small islands for the … Read More

Ponemah Bog Walk: Bird Migration with Pam Hunt

Posted on July 25, 2015

Join us Saturday, July 25 for an informal walk as Pam Hunt, Senior Biologist, NH Audubon will be our guide. She will discuss bird migration. Rhodora azaleas and bog cotton will hopefully be in full … Read More