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  1. Now that we can see the light at the end of the COVID tunnel, we are planning a couple of trips to visit family (hopefully in the Spring, but, if not, the Fall) and wanted to get some birding in while we are in places removed from our usual environs, specifically New England (primarily RI/MA/CT) & Puerto Rico (primarily Ponce). If time permits, we may stop at Cape May Observatory and/or Hawk Mtn. PA (we hear the hiking is great!) on the way up or back. Any recommendations, tips, advice, insight, would be most welcome. Thank you.
  2. Hello everyone, I included a recording of an unidentified bird that's been driving me nuts. Instead of my usual alarm this bird sometimes shows up and decides to be my morning alarm. Everytime I go to look for it, it stops singing and I can't find it. I ran the recording through Song Sleuth which gave me the suggestion of a northern cardinal. I thought maybe that was it but just wondered if I could get a confirmation from some more adviced birders here. Location: Enfield, NH in a suburb off Mascoma Lake Time: 6:20-6:45 (usually) Song: The attached is the only sound I hear from this unknown bird Bird Description: unknown 20190425_063135
  3. Hi Folks- Did anyone get the predicted Evening Grosbeak, Redpoll, Siskin irruption this winter? I had EVGR for the first time in my yard this Nov., but since then I've had nothing unusual. In fact, I've had lower numbers for many of the common species this year (Goldies, Juncos). Just curious. Scott
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