[CT Birds] 9/23 - Fairfield, Metro Conservation Area

Alex Burdo aburdo10 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 23 19:25:24 EDT 2012


I spent an enjoyable two hours at the Metro Conservation Area in Fairfield
today, recording thirty species. Highlights included 1 Nashville Warbler
(appearing quite odd foraging in the grasses and forbs), 1 NELSON'S SPARROW
(race unclear; likely subvirgatus), and 1 BOBOLINK. This is a fantastic
area that has a lot of potential both as a migrant trap and as a location
that might hold rarities (in particular Northern Wheatear and other species
partial to open, grassy areas come to mind). I encourage those in the
vicinity to stop by if they get the chance, as every visit seems to turn up
something new and exciting (in this case today's Nelson's Sparrow).

eBird checklist: http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist?subID=S11648428

Alex Burdo
Fairfield



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