[CT Birds] FW: Norwalk Ospreys may need help.
mardi1 at optonline.net
Tue Jul 13 21:14:39 EDT 2010
Just received a call from Larry Flynn out on the boat as we speak.
All is well with the osprey nest at Grassy Hammock Light, Norwalk .
The large plastic bag covering the nest
is NO LONGER there. The whole family is happy as can be. FEWWWW! I
also went down between clients
to Calfs Pasture to take a look by scope and didn't see anything. The
winds were picking up so I hoped the
bag would fly off. I also could'nt get out on the water today.
As Larry said and I agreed! He just could'nt sleep tonight without
knowing what was going on out there!
Thanks Larry I know I'll sleep much easier tonight knowing this and
like others will do to.
On Jul 13, 2010, at 12:41 PM, Mardi Dickinson wrote:
> Thanks Patrick for getting the word out!
> I just s/w with Larry and offered my assistance
> Larry is really looking for and needs help by one or two young
> strapping people to climb.
> Please get in touch with him if you can help. Larry won't be going
> back out till later, due to the
> Mardi Dickinson
> On Jul 13, 2010, at 12:01 PM, COMINS, Patrick wrote:
>> Any Fairfield County based folks that could help Larry and the
>> Ospreys in Norwalk? If so, email me and I can provide Larry's
>> number. Who knows what birds you might see while out on the water.
>> From: lpflynn at optonline.net [mailto:lpflynn at optonline.net]
>> Sent: Tuesday, July 13, 2010 11:53 AM
>> To: Milan Bull
>> Cc: Scott Kruitbosch; twan leenders; z/Victoria, Julie; zChasbarnard at aol.com
>> ; COMINS, Patrick; Varza-Dennis
>> Subject: Norwalk Ospreys may need help.
>> Hi Folks,
>> I believe we have an issue with the osprey nest at Grassy Hammock
>> Light, Norwalk there is a large plastic bag covering the nest, I
>> could not see the chicks this morning, and the adults were on the
>> rocks feeding themselves, not near the nest like they should be.
>> I'll drive the boat if someone is capable of climbing the ladder to
>> remove the bag if it is not already to late.
>> Terns took a big hit again, with the huge tide, we also lost 2nd
>> nest oystercatcher chicks along with these tides. Call me at if we
>> can do anything about the bag?
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