[CT Birds] East Rock AM
nbonomo at gmail.com
Fri May 4 13:15:01 EDT 2012
East Rock was indeed hopping this morning. Carolyn Sedgwick and I
arrived around 8:20am and birded til 11:30, mostly along the river
trail. We had 18 species of warbler NOT including the Hooded nor
Worm-eating (which John says are back on territory up top), so there
were certainly at least 20 species in the park today.
On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 12:13 PM, John Oshlick <john.oshlic at yahoo.com> wrote:
> East Rock Park - I had 16 species of warblers. Palm, wilson's, blue-winged, chestnut sided, magnolia. In addition Mark Scott found a Hooded and a blackburnian. Nick Bonomo had a canada. That makes 19 that I know of. There were birds everywhere.
> Also 4 species of vireo including my foy red-eyed. One GH owl sitting in a tree and calling at noon!
> John Oshlick
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