[CT Birds] Glastonbury - 17 warbler species and more

Bill Asteriades bill.asteriades at gmail.com
Sat May 11 14:30:34 EDT 2013


Andrew Dasinger, Denise Jernigan and I spent most of the morning birding
near the Connecticut River in Glastonbury, doing a good job of avoiding the
rain.  It was quite birdy out there, as predicted.  Highlights follow:

Bill Asteriades
South Glastonbury, CT


Bill Asteriades, Andrew Dasinger and Denise Jernigan:

5/11/13 - Glastonbury - 97 species.  Old Maids Lane - BROWN THRASHER, 2
COMMON RAVEN and an ORCHARD ORIOLE. Private property - 2 GREAT EGRETS and 2
SEMIPALMATED PLOVER (unusual inland), SOLITARY SANDPIPER, 17 warbler
species - BLACKBURNIAN and WILSON's, 14 BOBOLINK and 6 ORCHARD ORIOLE.
Also, had 160 double-crested cormorants flying north in several groups and
7 shorebird species, a good number for Spring inland.



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