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Long-tailed Duck Clangula hyemalis

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Everyone loves to look for Snowy Owls, but did you realize that there is a great diversity of birds to see during the New Hampshire winters? The coast hosts many species of ducks, alcids, and loons that migrate south from the arctic regions for the winter and we are their south!

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We all look forward to spring and the welcome return of birds as their song fills the air. But there are birds around all year and we’re often surprised to hear them singing in the middle of winter.

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“Winter Finches” are those that breed primarily north of New Hampshire and are usually only seen here in the winter where their numbers fluctuate widely in response to food supplies. Read a summary of the finches that came flocking to NH during that pandemic winter in the Winter 2020-21 issue of New Hampshire Bird Records.

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