[CT Birds] Frankenstorm and birds

Mona Cavallero mcavallero1 at comcast.net
Sun Oct 28 11:32:21 EDT 2012

Amen to that!!!!   Great post Scott!!
Mona Cavallero

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On Oct 28, 2012, at 9:55 AM, Scott Kruitbosch <kbosch at gmail.com> wrote:

> Nick focused mostly on the birds, and in character I focused mostly on the
> weather and how and why this is called "Frankenstorm":
> http://ctaudubon.blogspot.com/2012/10/frankenstorm.html
> We are experiencing something historic here and I think anything you can
> imagine in terms of birds is on the table. The wind field in particular is
> far larger than a usual tropical cyclone, and as such could distribute
> extremely rare birds to far inland areas. With Connecticut put in the
> northeast quadrant it could be very interesting. However, this is not a
> hurricane, this is not a tropical storm, this is not a nor'easter, and this
> is not something that has ever moved towards us like anything has in
> history. Please understand this is an unprecedented system with absolutely
> no analogs. It will likely severely damage all areas surrounding the Sound
> and the storm surge/tidal flooding could be catastrophic, possibly beyond
> the 38 Long Island Express. Take your photos of what it used to look like
> today. Stay away from the coastline during the height of this storm - the
> birds are not worth it, and your life will be in danger. Be safe at all
> times and good luck.
> -- 
> Scott Kruitbosch
> Stratford, CT
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