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Easy Birding in the White Mountains

The White Mountains in June and July draw birders in search of Spruce Grouse, Black-backed Woodpecker, Boreal Chickadee, Bicknell’s Thrush as well as warblers, flycatchers, crossbills and grosbeak. Want to bird the mountains but not interested in a strenuous hike? Then this article is for you! It focuses on roadside and easy walking sites – Cannon Mountain, Franconia Notch, Trudeau Road, Mt. Washington Auto Road, and Jefferson Notch Road detailing what you’re likely to see at each site along with tips and hints to keep you safe!  So check out this article from the Summer 2013 issue of New Hampshire Bird Records then go out and enjoy birding the White Mountains! (“Birding in the White Mountains in June and July” begins on page 20.)

Other articles in this issue include: Black-backed Woodpecker Nest in Bethlehem, Photo Gallery Purple Martin Nest in Seabrook, photos and field notes from the 2013 summer season, and of course a Photo Quiz. Enjoy them all!

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