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April 2015

Vol. 43, No. 2

Hot Birds: April 2015


On January 6, Paul Peterson reported a Black-backed Woodpecker at Forest Hills Cemetery in Boston. It was seen regularly through the end of January. Eduardo del Solar took the above photo.


On March 1, Suzanne Sullivan was scanning King’s Beach on the Swampscott/Lynn line and spotted a Mew Gull (Kamchatka) among the Ring-billed Gulls. She took the photo above. More Mew Gulls were reported subsequently at the same location.


On January 6, Paul Peterson reported a Black-backed Woodpecker at Forest Hills Cemetery in Boston. It was seen regularly through the end of January. Eduardo del Solar took the above photo.


On March 1, Suzanne Sullivan was scanning King’s Beach on the Swampscott/Lynn line and spotted a Mew Gull (Kamchatka) among the Ring-billed Gulls. She took the photo above. More Mew Gulls were reported subsequently at the same location.


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