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eBirding This Month May 2024

Updated ~21 hours ago

Community Targets

Native and Naturalized (5)

  1. # Count: 1
    Observer: Cameron Johnson
  2. # Count: 2
    Observer: Ashley Keleher
    Location: Cannon Mt., Franconia Grafton
  3. # Count: 1
    Observer: Robyn Prieto
    Location: Peg King Park, Deerfield Rockingham
  4. # Count: 1
    Observer: Christopher McPherson
    Location: Lancy Brook Wetlands, Brookline Hillsborough
  5. # Count: 1
    Observer: Donna Keller
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Subregions

This Month, May 2024
Updated ~21 hours ago

Checklist Leaders

Species Leaders

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eBirders

This Month, May 2024
Updated ~16 hours ago

Checklist Leaders

  • 1.
    Joseph Ransdell-Green
    122
  • 2.
    Anton Kaska
    100
  • 3.
    Kevin F Murphy
    87
  • 4.
    Zekiel Cornell
    72
  • 4.
    Pamela Hunt
    72
  • 6.
    Kurk Dorsey
    66
  • 6.
    Jen Armstrong
    66
  • 8.
    Marion Joette Noble
    61
  • 9.
    Holly Bauer
    58
  • 9.
    Jacob Rhodes
    58

Species Leaders

  • 1.
    Robyn Prieto
    190
  • 2.
    Zekiel Cornell
    183
  • 3.
    Holly Bauer
    169
  • 4.
    Stephen Mirick
    168
  • 5.
    Cameron Johnson
    167
  • 6.
    Kirk Elwell
    163
  • 7.
    Pamela Hunt
    159
  • 8.
    James Smith
    157
  • 8.
    stuart varney
    157
  • 10.
    Matt Tarr
    156
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