[CT Birds] Where Have They Gone?

sandy sandyducky at comcast.net
Sat Oct 10 08:46:56 EDT 2009


Hi Tammy,
Interesting you should note the lull in activity in Chester and  
Killingworth.  We are on rte.80 on the border of Killingworth and Deep  
River.   Anyone else in our area
noticed the same thing?
Sandy

On Oct 9, 2009, at 7:55 PM, Tammy Eustis wrote:

> We've noticed an extraordinary lull here in Chester as well - and  
> people in Killingworth are talking about the same thing. Possibly a  
> combination of more "natural" seed being available, migrants flying  
> the coop, others quietly feeding (anyone still moulting at this  
> time?)... But it does seem quieter this fall than in past years. I  
> guess it's comforting to know that others are experiencing the same  
> thing.
> - Tammy Eustis, Chester
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> We have never seen such a lull in feeder activity in our backyard as  
> there has been these last 2 weeks. Not even a blue jay or morning  
> dove! Certainly all the summer migrants have left but where are the  
> residents? Our sunflower feeder has hardly been touched. We are  
> beginning to worry that there has been a mass poisoning. Sandy Scott  
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