[CT Birds] Sedge Wren Directions

Zagorski, Sara szagorski at daypitney.com
Wed Oct 20 08:42:43 EDT 2010


Brooksvale Park can easily be found if using Google maps, but generally
there is an exit off of 91 for Rt. 10, called Hamden/Cheshire/Mt.Carmel.
Stay on Rt. 10 from whichever direction one approaches it, towards
Cheshire. Brooksvale Ave. is off of Rt. 10. Follow the road  past the
Brooksvale Park entrance and go a little ways down the road. On the left
is a sign saying Hamden Bowman, and a dirt trail next to the sign. Park
along the road and walk up the trail. Immediately on your left is a
large mound of vegetation. This is where I first saw it. The bird then
moved to different areas, all areas of dense vegetation in the field. It
was softly vocalizing with chip sounds. The bird was very hard to track
through all the plant growth.
Good luck,

Sara Zagorski
Wethersfield


-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:ctbirds-bounces at lists.ctbirding.org] On Behalf Of Mardi
Dickinson
Sent: Wednesday, October 20, 2010 7:57 AM
To: CT Birds; Fat Robin
Subject: [CT Birds] Sedge Wren Directions

Sedge Wren directions would be very
heplful for those that of us that are unfamllar with the location &
area.

Cheers,
Mardi W. Dickinson
http://kymry.wordpress.com
http://twitter.com/MardiWD

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