[CT Birds] Harlequin as an escape

David F Provencher david.f.provencher at dom.com
Tue Jan 12 13:55:34 EST 2010

Always conceivable. However in this case it fits perfectly for natural occurrence (though a bit unusual for location) and as a member of the records committee I would have a hard time accepting this as an escaped bird without solid evidence to prove that is the case.

Dave Provencher
Naturally New England<http://naturallynewengland.blogspot.com/>

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