[CT Birds] ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLER.

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Tue Sep 27 10:51:34 EDT 2011


Bakersville Swamp this morning - was dead once again, cept for a single Rusty 
Blackbird. But the fallow field next to it was-(finally)- alive with Sparrows.

Many Song, Swamp, 2 Chippers, 2 Lincoln's, 3 White-throated, 1 Junco and 6 
Purple Finch. 


Brodey Park, New Hartford was finally active in it's fallow fields. besides the 
usual, their were many Palm, Yellow-rumps and a few Chestnut-sided Warblers, 
with the bird of the morning - an ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLER. It was feeding in with 
the Palms amongst the goldenrod, picking off a moth to eat.

A short rd off Niles Rd produced some new stuff. 4 Ruby-crowned Kinglet, More 
Palm and Yellow-rump Warbs, 1 Swainson's Thrush, 2 Sapsuckers, and a noticeable 
increase in Flickers everywhere.

Paul Carrier - Harwinton



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