By New Hampshire Bird Records April 27, 2020
While we’re being asked to stay home, the same can't be said of the birds that brighten both our lives and the spring skies. May 9 is World Migratory Bird Day, and to celebrate the return of migrant birds to the Granite State, NH Audubon is once again conducting our Birdathon, with a LOCAL twist.
By New Hampshire Bird Records April 3, 2020
During the Covid-19 outbreak, NH Audubon encourages you to bird safely and locally and is offering some resources to help you do that. Each issue of New Hampshire Bird Records has a Where to Bird article.
By Team eBird March 31, 2020
Many of us are spending more time at home than ever before, longingly looking out the window. But that window, porch, yard, or garden isn’t just something to stare longingly through, it can be your ticket to the best show in town.
By New Hampshire Bird Records March 30, 2020
For birders, one way to get through this period is to spend time outdoors enjoying birds—just remember to keep health and safety your top priorities. Follow the recommendations of your local health authorities at all times, even if it means staying at home and focusing on your yard or garden list instead.
By New Hampshire Bird Records March 19, 2020
Dear close eBird friends, We very much hope that you and your friends and family are safe and healthy. These past few weeks have developed into something unlike any other era in our lives.
By New Hampshire Bird Records January 29, 2020
The Twitchers out of the Rye had a great time Saturday, 1/25/20 in the Superbowl of Birding. Susan Wrisley, Andrea Robbins, Kathryn Frieden and Becky Suomala were in the town of Hampton for the second year and had their highest totals ever for the Twitchers with 66 species (previous record 63) and 119 points (previous 118).
By New Hampshire Bird Records January 17, 2020
Would you like to know about good locations in New Hampshire to go birdwatching? There is a website for that!
By New Hampshire Bird Records January 10, 2020
The “Twitchers in the Rye” will be in the Superbowl of Birding again this year and are accepting pledges to support NH eBird and New Hampshire Bird Records (both programs of NH Audubon’s Conservation Department).
By New Hampshire Bird Records November 13, 2019
Cover Photo of Neotropic Cormorant by Jason Lambert, taken 8-9-18, Androscoggin River, Gorham, NH. Remember all of the dead squirrels on the roads last fall?
By New Hampshire Bird Records November 8, 2019
The Trumpeter Swan that made headlines when it was first seen at NH Audubon’s Abe Emerson Marsh in April is still here! This is the first time a Trumpeter has been documented in the state since 1784 and it has garnered a lot of attention.