[CT Birds] From the RIBirds list

William Young wcy888_2000 at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 21 18:21:50 EDT 2009


I was noticing the same thing on Block Island this weekend, I believe they nest in my yard but was aware of the fact that I did not see any this weekend. 

--- On Tue, 7/21/09, Mntncougar at aol.com <Mntncougar at aol.com> wrote:

From: Mntncougar at aol.com <Mntncougar at aol.com>
Subject: [CT Birds] From the RIBirds list
To: ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org
Date: Tuesday, July 21, 2009, 5:55 PM

In particular this matches what I have been  thinking about Yellow 
Warblers.  They seem quite scarce  already.  It seems very early to me.
Don Morgan
Coventry
 
 
Tom M. to RIBIRDS 
show details 10:31 AM (7 hours ago)  Reply
 
 
 
  Fall migration is getting off to a good start. There  have been a hand 
full of species seen that are not nesters. Sunday the 19th  three great blue 
herons were seen, an adult red-tailed hawk and a kestrel were  also seen on 
the19th. Common terns are increasing rapidly in numbers, and  recently 
fledged young are being fed sandlance by their parents. Shorebirds are  starting 
to appear, and yellow warbler flight calls can be heard all most  everywhere.
 
Yesterday morning, the 20th there were about 150 cory's  shearwaters 
feeding off the SW side, with a couple of greaters in the mix and a  manx came 
through really close and then disappeared.
 
This morning, the21st, there were numerous cory's off the north  end.
 
Cheers!
-Tom M.
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