[CT Birds] Turtles sunning, too: Re: Hamden: RBNH, Siskin

Arthur Shippee ashippee at snet.net
Fri Mar 29 13:19:00 EDT 2013


Forgot to mention, on L.W., sunning turtles, the first I've seen, after last night's first peepers.

On Mar 29, 2013, at 12:57 PM, Arthur Shippee wrote:

> Around Lake Whitney, much the same, although it seems more Wood Duck today, and I didn't see Common Mergansers.  A nice view of a Sharp Shinned Hawk patrolling over the lake.  (Mostly out for the walk, I must confess.)
> 
> Our R-b Nuthatch remains a daily (I think) visitor;  a single Pine Siskin visited for a bit.  A first year Red Winged Blackbird with an odd patterning had me confused for a bit.
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> From Arthur Shippee:
> 03/29/13 - Hamden, North Lake -- Red-breasted Nuthatch;  Pine Siskin
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