[CT Birds] (no subject)

David F Provencher david.f.provencher at dom.com
Tue Oct 23 05:50:59 EDT 2012

There definitely has been a significant drop in the numbers of these gorgeous finches in the northeast. But we may have a decent number around this year. Vermont is currently reporting widespread occurrences at higher elevations. So as the season progresses the numbers should increase in CT. They can really empty a feeder in hurry though.

David Provencher
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From: CTBirds [mailto:ctbirds-bounces at lists.ctbirding.org] On Behalf Of Craig Repasz
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2012 8:13 PM
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Subject: Re: [CT Birds] (no subject)

These Evening Grsobeak reports are encouraging. NAS reports that there has been a 91% decline since 1967. CBC s in CT in the 1980s the numbers were in the thousands and dropped off into single digits in the late 90s and 2000s. Ihope this trend continues. Has there been a spruce bud worm out break in the boreal forests of Canada?
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> 21evening grosbeaks at lighthouse this morning 

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