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Can You Identify These Birds?

See the answer in the Winter 2019-20 issue of New Hampshire Bird Records. This Photo Quiz is a free article now up on the website.

In each issue we try to feature a bird identification challenge and Susan Wrisley has done a great job with this comparison.

This issue was sponsored by Susan Wrisley in appreciation of all the great people in the New Hampshire birding community which she especially appreciated during her New Hampshire big year of 300 species (see her article in the issue). There are lots of other great articles in the issue including the story of the Painted Bunting in Albany, a Bullock’s Oriole that spent the winter, and birding at Trudeau Road, Bethlehem. See the link above for the full Contents.

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