[CT Birds] Orange-crowned Warbler at Stratford Point

twan leenders tleenders at ctaudubon.org
Fri Dec 18 12:27:08 EST 2009


One ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLER foraging in the bushes around our office building all morning - mostly hanging out in the corners that are protected from the wind.

Additional noteworthy species present during  a late morning survey: 1 COMMON EIDER persists on the LIS side of the point, 132 Surf Scoters & 12 White-winged Scoters relatively near shore and many hundred more well off-shore, 20+ Red-breasted Mergansers, 1 Common Goldeneye, a handful of Long-tailed Ducks, Red-throated and Common Loons in good numbers, Brant, American Kestrel, Northern Harrier, and one hardy Eastern Meadowlark.

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Twan Leenders
Conservation Biologist
Connecticut Audubon Society
2325 Burr Street
Fairfield, CT 06824
Tel. (203) 259 6305 ext. 114
Email: tleenders at ctaudubon.org<mailto:tleenders at ctaudubon.org>




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