[CT Birds] Notable birds in Litchfield

Dave Rosgen dave at whitememorialcc.org
Sat Nov 21 17:53:35 EST 2009


>From Bob Stanowski:

11/21/09 - Litchfield, White's Woods Rd. (White Memorial Foundation's Little
Pond Boardwalk right after sunrise) - 3,000 American Robins and 1,000
Red-winged Blackbirds exiting their roosts and heading out in different
directions; 1,200 American Crows passing overhead going northwestward.

(White Memorial Foundation's Cemetery Pond) - 1 Pied-billed Grebe

>From Dave Rosgen, w/ 21 different birders, & as many as 13 at a time:

11/21/09 - Litchfield, White Hall Rd. (White Memorial Foundation's Ongley
Pond, Windmill Hill, & Lake Trails) - 2 Brown Creepers, 2 Rusty Blackbirds;
Also, 1 Golden-crowned Kinglet, 2 Eastern Bluebirds, 500 American Robins, 25
White-throated Sparrows, 100 Red-winged Blackbirds

(WMF's Museum Area) - 1 Brown Creeper; Also, 26 Cedar Waxwings

(WMF's Interpretive Trail) - 1 Brown Creeper

N. Shore Rd. (Bantam Lake's N. Bay) - 3 Wood Ducks, 17 American Black Ducks,
15 Common Mergansers, 2 Common Loons, 2 Pied-billed Grebes, 1 Great Blue
Heron, 1 Belted Kingfisher

(Bantam Lake's Pt. Folly) - 8 Common Ravens circling overhead; Also, 7
Common Mergansers, 2 Ruddy Ducks

(White Memorial Foundation's Wheeler Hill) - 45 White-throated Sparrows

>From Mike Doyle:

11/21/09 - Litchfield, N. Shore Rd. (Bantam Lake's Pt. Folly, before D.R.'s
crew got there) - 5 Lesser Scaup that left

 

David Rosgen

Wildlife Biologist

White Memorial Conservation Center

P.O. Box 368

Litchfield, CT 06759

860-567-0857

dave at whitememorialcc.org

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