Photos: Bald Eagle pair by Jack Dorsey, Bohemian Waxwings by Scott Heron, Round-leaved Sundew by Phil Brown.
A HUDSONIAN GODWIT, a MARBLED GODWIT, and a WHIMBREL were all seen in Hampton Harbor on August 13th. There was an unconfirmed report of a BAIRD’S SANDPIPER from Hampton Harbor
Parker Schuerman created this collage video of all the hard work he and his team are putting into the nearly-finished All Persons Trail at McLane Center. This trail is our
A LITTLE STINT was found in the Hampton Salt Marsh Conservation Area on July 27th. It was seen again on the 28th and 29th, but has not been relocated since
A MISSISSIPPI KITE was seen from the fire-tower at Stratham Hill Park several times during the past week. A SANDHILL CRANE was seen along Plains Road in Monroe on July
(by Kimmie Whiteman) Massabesic Center volunteers have been collecting and submitting data for our Bluebird Monitoring Project for over 20 years, so it was only natural that we take the
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