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A WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW was seen in Laconia on December 31st.Several FOX SPARROWS, 2 CHIPPING SPARROWS, a SWAMP SPARROW, and many WHITE-THROATED SPARROWS were seen on Christmas Bird Counts during the past week.
A GRAY CATBIRD was seen in Hampton on December 27th, 30th, and 31st.Providing students with workable packages of merit scholarships and grants, loans, and campus jobs is the highest priority of our Financial Aid office.In order to demonstrate financial need, required forms, especially the FAFSA, must be filed on time. No two students are alike, but if you are admitted and qualify for financial aid, you will be awarded a package: some combination of scholarships (which do not have to be paid back), loans (which do), and work on campus (which, believe it or not, can be fun, and even educational).More Check out our list of programs – plenty of wise choices await.If you want to graduate in four years, you will need to commit to a major as soon as possible.A LAPLAND LONGSPUR was seen along Krif Road in Keene on December 28th, and 1 was seen in Seabrook on January 1st.
A CAPE MAY WARBLER and a YELLOW WARBLER were discovered at Bicentennial Park in Hampton on December 1st, and were last reported on the 27th.
YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKERS were seen in Gilford, Milford, Merrimack, Holderness, Sutton, Antrim, Hampton, Henniker, Dover, Sunapee, Sandwich, North Conway, and Nottingham during the past week.
There were a few NORTHERN FLICKERS and numerous RED-BELLIED WOODPECKERS reported during the past week.
A BROWN-HEADED COWBIRD was seen in Newmarket, and several RED-WINGED BLACKBIRDS were seen at scattered locations during the past week.
8 PURPLE SANDPIPERS were seen along the coast on January 1st.
A SNOWY OWL continues to be seen at Rye Harbor State Park and was last reported on January 1st.