[CT Birds] Best CT BIrding Spots (Brian Kleinman)
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Sun Nov 14 10:03:43 EST 2010
Sherwood Island State Park,Westport? ?
Southport Beach, Fairfield ??
Seaside Park, Bridgeport ??
Fairfield Audubon, Fairfield ??
Westport Nature Center, Westport ??
Housatonic River near the Shepaug Dam, Newtown/Southbury ??
The reason for the ?? is that I am in no way Patrick's league so mine are
only suggestion for others of this list to accept / reject.
Marty from Woodbury
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From: "COMINS, Patrick" <PCOMINS at audubon.org>
To: <snaketat at cox.net>; <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 14, 2010 8:50 AM
Subject: Re: [CT Birds] Best CT BIrding Spots (Brian Kleinman)
> Off the top of my head:
> Hammonasset Beach State Park, Madison (year round)
> Milford Point, Milford (year round)
> Stratford Great Meadows/Long Beach/Pleasure Beach/Stratford Point/Short
> Beach, Stratford/Bridgeport (year round)
> Station 43 and surrounds, South Windsor (year round)
> Bluff Point, Groton (seasonal)
> Audubon Center at Bent of the River, Southbury (year round)
> Rocky Hill Meadows (year round)
> Glastonbury Meadows (year round)
> Sandy Point, West Haven (year round)
> Audubon Greenwich (quaker ridge), best in fall hawks, but can pick up good
> stuff any time
> Lighthouse Point Park, New Haven (seasonal, fall)
> East Rock Park, New Haven (seasonal, spring)
> Rentschler Field, East Hartford (endangered)
> White Memorial Foundation, Litchfield (year round)
> Barn Island, Stonington (year round)
> Lower Ct River (difficult access without boat, year round, eagles winter,
> swallows fall)
> Bafflin Sanctuary, Pomfret (year round)
> Cove Island Park, Stamford (year round)
> Salt Meadow Unit, Westbrook (best in fall migration)
> Menunketesuck flats, Westbrook (year round, but summer access tricky)
> Guilford spots (neck road, town boat launch, Sachem's head shorebird pool)
> Greenwich Point Park
> Norwalk Islands (boat spot)
> Nehantic State Forest, Lyme (spring and nesting)
> Naugatuck State forest (nesting and fall)
> Mohawk State Forest (spring and nesting)
> River Road, Kent (nesting and spring)
> Mansfield Hollow, Mansfield. (year round)
> Silver Sands, Milford (year round)
> Windsor landfill (for now)
> Northwest Park, Windsor
> Windsor meadows.
> Patrick Comins, Meriden.
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