[CT Birds] post closings

David F Provencher david.f.provencher at dom.com
Sun Oct 28 10:41:42 EDT 2012


That's a good idea Glenn. At this point it's pretty clear the closing of CT shoreline access will be extensive, I think perhaps unprecedentedly extensive based on the attention these weather events are being given. But I would also stress that the potential for inland sightings of "seabirds" will be quite high if the predicted weather comes to be. Many of the birds caught up in the storm will be exhausted and will be unfit to meaningfully fight the winds impetus. So if you are able to safely get out and about away from the shoreline, check any body of water from puddles to lakes for anything from Phalaropes to Frigatebirds.

David Provencher

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