This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Monday, Feb. 10.
A spotted towhee was spotted in Rye on Jan. 25, and has been seen many times since then. It was last reported on Feb. 9. It has been seen foraging on the ground in the scrub on the corner nearest the traffic island at the intersection of Central Road and Route 1A. An eastern towhee was seen in North Hampton on the 1st.
At least four snowy owls continued to be reported in New Hampshire during the past week including one along the coast in Rye, two in the Hampton and Seabrook marsh areas, and unconfirmed sightings in Bow and Lancaster.
Ten razorbills and two black guillemots were seen along the coast on Feb. 9.
A northern shrike was seen on Airport Road in Laconia, and one was seen in Ashland, both on Feb. 9.