[CT Birds] Stratford Point birds/walk tomorrow
skruitbosch at ctaudubon.org
Tue Dec 13 13:59:24 EST 2011
From Scott Kruitbosch:
12/13/11 - Stratford, Stratford Point -- 1 AMERICAN PIPIT, ~70 SNOW BUNTING. Finally some ducks moving in with tens of American Wigeon, Gadwall, American Black Duck, handfuls of Common Goldeneye, Long-tailed Duck, Red-breasted Merganser, etc.
Don't forget our walk tomorrow at Stratford Point, 9-11AM. More information is below.
Connecticut Audubon Society Conservation Biologist Twan Leenders and Conservation Technician Scott Kruitbosch will lead a public bird walk at Stratford Point on December 14th from 9-11AM. We will take a look at what waterfowl have arrived, find lingering migrants and other birds that winter on the site, and we’ll discuss the exciting habitat management and conservation projects that are taking place at Stratford Point. The walk will be free and we suggest bringing binoculars and a spotting scope, if you have one. Make sure to dress for the season! It is usually safe to assume that this exposed coastal spot is windier and colder than much of the state. Please meet in the visitor parking lot by the buildings. Stratford Point is located at 1207 Prospect Drive, Stratford. Notification of cancellation will be posted on the CT-BIRDS listserve and the Connecticut Audubon Society website (www.ctaudubon.org). For more information, contact Scott Kruitbosch: skruitbosch at ctaudubon.org
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