[CT Birds] COMING DOWN THE CT RIVER: MAYBE a Frigatebird
robben99 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 1 20:21:06 EDT 2011
Since the initial alert today, the first-hand viewer of the alleged
Frigatebird has provided his first written report, and in it he expresses a
reduced certainty of his own identification of the bird.
If you go to this location with your browser...
you can read his own first hand report, as of 6:54pm, and decide for
yourself if you want to monitor the CT river tomorrow morning.
This second-hand report initially came to us via Marshall Iliff and Steve
Mirick, who are both absolutely TOP birders, which is why we jumped on
Steve's post so quickly. This still might be a frigatebird, but at this
point we just dont know. Given the number of rare birds caused by Irene
since sunday, anything is possible!
On Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 5:53 PM, Thomas Robben <robben99 at gmail.com> wrote:
> HEADS-UP, literally!!!
>> Tom Robben
>> Glastonbury CT
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: Steve Mirick <smirick at comcast.net>
>> Date: Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 5:39 PM
>> Subject: Magnificent Frigatebird in Hanover!!!!!!!!
>> To: "NH.Birds" <nhbirds at googlegroups.com>
>> I just received a 2nd hand report from Marshall Iliff, that Spencer Hardy
>> texted him to report a Magnificent Frigatebird along the Connecticut River
>> in Hanover. Presumably very recently. Possibly this bird might follow the
>> river southward, so this is a heads up to all birders in the river valley to
>> get out this evening or tomorrow morning.
>> This, like the tropicbird, would be a first state record.
>> Steve Mirick
>> Bradford, MA
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