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Where are all my birds?

(by Rebecca Suomala, September 2023) If your birds disappeared from your feeders at the beginning of September, you are not alone. NH Audubon has received many inquiries from people whose

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Flyback Fridays with NH Audubon

NH Audubon has a rich, 100 year history leading education, conservation, and policy efforts throughout the state. Typically, we keep you updated on our most current happenings…but just to liven

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Bird of the Month: Least Tern

(Story and photos by Pam Hunt) The appropriately-named Least Tern (Sternula antillarum) is the smallest of the four tern species that breed in New Hampshire, but unlike its larger relatives

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Bird of the Month: Bobolink

(Story and photos by Pam Hunt) The Bobolink (Dolichonyx oryzivorus) is probably the grassland bird most familiar to bird enthusiasts in the Granite State. It is boldly marked, has a

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Bird of the Month: Virginia Rail

(Story and photos by Pam Hunt) Wetland birds, especially those that prefer dense and/or inaccessible cattail marshes, are among the most poorly known members of New Hampshire’s avifauna. Perhaps the

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