[CT Birds] Rarities

Alexander Burdo alexanderburdo at mac.com
Mon Jun 22 20:00:43 EDT 2009

You're right Nick!
I shouldn't have jumped to conclusions.

Alex Burdo
On Jun 22, 2009, at 7:38 PM, Nick Bonomo wrote:

> Hi Alex,
> You're right that June can be a very exciting month for rarities.  
> Until June 20th it was very slow, then two great birds in two days  
> (Painted Bunting and ST Flycatcher). That's typically June in a  
> nutshell: little-to-no action for most of the month, but a chance at  
> some very rare birds. It's boom or bust. We've still got 8 days left  
> in the month too..plenty of time for another goodie to be found.
> I made a brief note on June rarities at the beginning of the month:
> http://shorebirder.blogspot.com/2009/05/june-rarities.html
> Nick Bonomo
> Orange, CT
> On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 11:01 AM, Alexander Burdo <alexanderburdo at mac.com 
> > wrote:
> Does any one think this is a low month for rarities compared to  
> other years in our state?
> Looking back on last june it seems like it but maybe last June was  
> just a really good month: Black-necked Stilt, Scissor-tailed  
> Flycatcher, Royal Tern.
> Alex Burdo
> Fairfield
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