Yet even more from northern New Hampshire

Photo by Chris Bosak An ebony jewelwing perches on a pine bough in northern New Hampshire, July 2020.

Here are a few more photos of my trip to northern New Hampshire (Pittsburg and Lake Umbagog). Yes, there will probably be yet another post or two coming up …

Photo by Chris Bosak A female common yellowthroat perches on a branch in northern New Hampshire, July 2020.

As I had mentioned in previous posts, I have been going up to visit the Great North Woods for nearly 30 years now and I’ve never seen so many turkeys as I did on this trip. They were by far my most frequent sighting.

Photo by Chris Bosak A turkey leads her brood across a road in northern New Hampshire, July 2020.

Not a great photo below, but it was interesting to see red-breasted nuthatches in their breeding territory. In southern New England, these birds are rare winter treats.

Photo by Chris Bosak A red-breasted nuthatch sings from a perch in northern New Hampshire, July 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A swamp sparrow perches in a branch in northern New Hampshire, July 2020.

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