[CT Birds] Fish Crows
David Tripp Jr
dtrippjr at comcast.net
Sat May 26 22:30:09 EDT 2012
Fish crows are not uncommon any more to find inland, especially along areas of any major river ways like the Naugatuck or Farmington. They have been in Winsted for many years as well Torrington and Canton that I can attest too.
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On May 26, 2012, at 10:12 PM, Angeladimmitt at aol.com wrote:
> 5/26 Re Alex Burdo's finding a Fish Crow in Kent and the comment that
> they are uncommon up here, they have been nesting in New Milford's Sunny Valley
> Preserve (TNC) for several years and on any given day one can find one in
> the Stop & Shop plaza on Rte.7 - so I see no reason why they should not
> have migrated up to Kent - New Milford's Black Vulture population has moved up
> there and can be seen roosting right along Main Street or in the vicinity
> of the transfer station just to the east on Rte.341. The general migration
> may have slipped past lower Litchfield County in the blink of an eye, but
> we have a few compensations!
> Angela Dimmitt
> New Milford
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