[CT Birds] Pelagic & Unusual Birds question

Nick Bonomo nbonomo at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 11:57:34 EDT 2011

Hi Sarah,

This all depends on storm track. With so much time between now and
then, so many things can change, and the track is far from certain. As
we get closer to the weekend, I'm sure several of us will be
speculating on potential birds and where to go to look for them.

Generally speaking though, you want a point of land that sticks into
LI Sound such as (east to west) Stonington Pt, Enders Island,
Cornfield Pt, Meigs Pt, Stratford Pt, Shippan Pt, etc etc.


Nick Bonomo
Wallingford, CT

On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 11:52 AM, Sarah Faulkner <sffaulkner at comcast.net> wrote:
> I've been watching the weather forecast, and it seems that Hurricane Irene may pay us a visit here this weekend.
> If I were to spend a half-day birding somewhere along the shore in CT or RI  (not enough time to get to the Cape), what would be the BEST place(s) to look for pelagics/interesting species that might be blown in?
> Sarah Faulkner
> Collinsville, CT
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