[CT Birds] Razorbills

David F Provencher david.f.provencher at dom.com
Thu Dec 15 10:01:11 EST 2011

Don't forget to keep an eye open for Thick-billed Murre. This alcid species, as well as Razorbill and Black Guillemot, will regularly utilize fairly shallow water. If Razorbills are pushing into the Sound, then T-b Murre might as well. The more benthic North Atlantic alcid species, Dovekie, Atlantic Puffin, and Common Murre, are much less likely to be seen near the coast in CT waters sans a significant weather event.


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