[CT Birds] Connecticut Warbler, Birdcraft Museum, Fairfield

Kathy Van Der Aue kvda at optonline.net
Thu Sep 23 22:25:38 EDT 2010


I'm sorry but I neglected to mention the banders present when we caught the 
Connecticut warbler.  Alex Burdo correctly ID'd it from about 25 feet away 
while it was still in the net.  Present were Alex, me, Judy Richardson, Fred 
Schroeder and Jan Hollerbach.

Kathy Van Der Aue, Southport, CT
kvda at optonline.net

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Subject: [CT Birds] Connecticut Warbler, Birdcraft Museum, Fairfield


> Tina Green is having a record day! Not only does she find a Northern
> Wheatear and see the Lark Sparrow at Allen's Meadows, she and Scott
> Kruitbosch found a Connecticut Warbler at the Birdcraft Museum around 2
> pm. It is on the 95 side, in the bushes on the left towards the pond.
> The Yellow-billed Cuckoo is also by the pond.
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> Wethersfield
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