|Showing Records 1 through 17 of 17 Total Records
||Yellow-nosed Albatross and Bell's Vireo in 2006, Wilson's Plover, Macaronesian Shearwater (P. [a.] baroli), Slaty-backed Gull, Say's Phoebe, and Gray Jay in 2007; Black-bellied Whistling Duck, Broad-billed Hummingbird, and Black-tailed Gull in 2008; Brown-chested Martin, Common Shelduck, and White-winged Dove in 2009; Brown Booby in 2011; Lazuli Bunting in 2012; Northern Lapwing in 2012. Neotropical Cormorant in 2013.
||USA/Colorado & Massachusetts
||2016: Hammond's Flycatcher 2015: Yellow Rail, Common Ground-Dove, Black-chinned Hummingbird, White-tailed Tropicbird, Swallow-tailed Kite, Black-backed Woodpecker! 2014: Western Meadowlark 2013: Bullock's Oriole, Fieldfare (wow!), Black-throated Gray Warbler! 2012: Little Egret, American White Pelican, Northern Lapwing!, Little Stint!, Red-billed Tropicbird!, Bar-tailed Godwit, Black-capped Petrel, Brown Pelican, Lazuli Bunting, Spotted Towhee 2011: Cassin's Kingbird, Brown Booby, Mississippi Kite, Black-bellied Whistling-duck, Mew Gull (overdue!) 2010: Barn Owl (at last!), Tropical Kingbird, Sabine's Gull, Red-necked Stint, Black Rail!, Purple Gallinule, Sage Thrasher 2009: Lark Bunting, Allen's Hummngbird, Brown-chested Martin!!!, White-winged Dove, Henslow's Sparrow!, Chuck-will's-Widow, Ross's Goose, Tufted Duck, Ivory Gull!, Pink-footed Goose, Yellow-headed Blackbird.
||Black Rail (Last updated 6/10/10)
||Eurasian Kestrel, Red-footed Falcon, Black-tailed Godwit, Fork-tailed Flycatcher, White-faced Storm-petrel, Ivory Gull
||Seekonk, MA - USA
||Mountain Bluebird, Broad-billed Hummingbird, Eurasian Kestrel, Black-tailed Godwit, Red-footed Falcon
||Fieldfare - Greenough Land, Carlisle, MA - 2nd state record ever!
||Ivory Gull in Gloucester, 2009
||Greater White-fronted Goose 2/5/16
||Highlights: King Eider, Common Murre, Pacific Loon, Eared Grebe, Eurasian Kestrel, Sandhill Crane, Ivory Gull Latest: Townsend's Warbler (updated 1/1/15)
||U.S.A- Holland, NY
||Forster's Tern, Herring Gull, Laughing Gull, Red-shouldered Hawk, Ruddy Turnstone
||Two Code 3s in One Day! Black-tailed Godwit and Little Gull at Plum Island. (Updated 07/29/06)