[CT Birds] Shelton Rec Path - a lot of singing

Chasbarnard at aol.com Chasbarnard at aol.com
Thu Mar 18 16:36:21 EDT 2010

Late this morning, I walked the section of the Shelton Rec Path  between 
the pond just to the West of Constitution Boulevard North and the very  small 
reservoir just to the East of Meadow Street. This is about 2 miles  round 
trip on a flat path which is very easy to walk.  
Highlights were: Pileated Woodpecker, Common Raven, 3 Red-breasted  
Nuthatches, 3 or 4 singing Yellow-rumped Warblers ,singing White-throated  
Sparrows,  a briefly singing Fox Sparrow, singing Song Sparrows, a  group of 10 
singing Dark-eyed Juncos and  55 non-singing American  Robins. It sounded like 
Spring to be sure. 
Charlie Barnard

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