[CT Birds] Winter Wren - Weston

Chasbarnard at aol.com Chasbarnard at aol.com
Sat Jun 27 13:03:46 EDT 2009


Miley Bull and I led a morning bird walk for the Aspetuck Land Trust at  
Trout Brook Valley in Weston this morning.  The group went in from the  
Bradley Road entrance and basically made a circle around the large wetland near  
the entrance. On one side of the wetland, there is a steep slope populated by 
 large hemlocks, with many blown-down older trees and masses of ledge and  
boulders.  A Winter Wren was singing away there  in mid-morning,  between 
the cool, shaded hemlocks and the brook which flows into the wetland.  This 
may be the southernmost spot in Connecticut at which Winter Wren is a  
probable nester.
 
There were also several singing Acadian Flycatchers and at least one  
Black-throated Green Warbler.
 
Charlie Barnard Jr
Stratford
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