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Birding with the “Bathing Beauties of Webster”

Bob Quinn describes what he calls “the epitome of local birding” when he sets up a water feature in his yard during the pandemic last fall. He had an amazing variety of birds! Check out his video and read about his highlights in the article. Bob also includes tips for how you too can create a simple “bird bath” that will be more attractive to birds. His article from the Fall 2020 issue of New Hampshire Bird Records is now on the website.

There are lots of other great articles in the issue, including Jeffreys Ledge at Sunrise, Birding Mill Pond on Moose Mountain Lodge Road, Hanover, and Whooper Swans in New Hampshire.

Visit the NH Bird Records website for a full list of the articles in this issue and for links to subscription details.


Photo: Several of the “Bathing Beauties of Webster” taking a bath in the fall of 2020 (Bob Quinn).

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