[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.

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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