[CT Birds] Pre-dawn woodcock
Anthony.Zemba at gza.com
Sun Nov 20 11:18:02 EST 2011
I generally find at least one each year while delineating wetlands in the dead of winter as long as the wetland hydrology is due to groundwater discharge and therefore remains ice free at the discharge point
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From: Jamie Meyers [mailto:ctredbird2 at comcast.net]
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Subject: [CT Birds] Pre-dawn woodcock
This morning while taking a walk in my neighborhood, around 6 AM I heard the fluttery flight of an American Woodcock overhead. I don't se this species much other than in the spring when they're displaying but I have kicked a few up at this time of year in various places. They're pretty hardy I guess.
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