[CT Birds] Dearth of Warblers - cont'd
Steve Mayo and Rebecca Horowitz
rsdmayo at sbcglobal.net
Sun May 5 13:02:18 EDT 2013
...and a dearth to the south as well. I did the Woodcock Nature Center 5K this morning. Rounding the 2 mile mark which is also at the finish line, I gave the staff my report. I was kinda like Pheidippides leaving the plains of Marathon (well, probably more like an old fat guy in some Beech woods in Wilton). Anyway for all those warm-ups and plodding around all I had were heard-only Warbling Vireo (1), BG Gnatcatcher (2), YR Warbler (2), Ovenbird (2), No Parula (2), a couple Swamp Sparrows, A RT Hawk, and a couple other locals.
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Sent: Saturday, May 4, 2013 10:11 PM
Subject: [CT Birds] Dearth of Warblers - cont'd
5/4 - Sherman - early morning walk today - Wimisink Marsh, woods, field -
notable for the lack of birds in general - foy Chimney Swift, Barn Swallow,
Field Sparrow, catbird; warblers: Blue-winged, Yellow and Ovenbird.
Period. Also: silence at 6AM in New Milford yard except for Carolina Wren
(female busy AY).
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