[CT Birds] Speaking of Plovers...

edward.raynor at maine.edu edward.raynor at maine.edu
Sun Mar 28 14:20:56 EDT 2010


You could add Greater Sand-Plover to the potential vagrant plover  
list. One sub-adult was found in Florida last May and another in  
Virginia later in the year.

  Quoting "David Provencher" <davidprovencher at sbcglobal.net>:

> Wilson's Plover is a very rare overshoot into New England we should be aware
> of the potential for in CT anytime from now till May or perhaps as late as
> June.
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> Dave Provencher
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