[CT Birds] Unusual birds @ Greenwich Point Park

Frank Mantlik mantlik at sbcglobal.net
Fri Jan 4 06:22:30 EST 2013


Hi Mike,
I have one question. Was the egret definitely a Snowy? I ask because there had been a very rare LITTLE EGRET in Massachusetts recently. So any late Snowies should be carefully scrutinized.
Best,
Frank Mantlik

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On Jan 3, 2013, at 11:40 PM, Michael Aurelia <maurelia at msn.com> wrote:

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> During a quick tour of Greenwich Point Park this afternoon with Joe Zeranski we discovered a very late snowy egret in the tidal pond just beyond the Chimes Building and a semipalmated plover on Sand Island across from the Chimes Bldg. Other notables included: black-bellied plovers, common loons, common goldeneyes, horned grebes, great cormorants and hooded mergansers. 
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> M. Aurelia                           
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