[CT Birds] Eastern ct tips? Cerulean?
PCOMINS at audubon.org
Sat May 18 09:38:02 EDT 2013
Thank you everyone! I should be all set, and of course I got talked into going west, but knowing about Pumpkin Hill Road will be handy in any case!
Tough adding to my totals today. Only added 5 species to yesterday's tally since 5 am.
One bonus was a Bobolink, which I already had, but it was at Northwest Park in the area that we (Audubon) helped to fund a grassland restoration. Always good to see fruits of conservation efforts.
There was still a Lincoln's Sparrow and also added Brown Creeper. No luck on the Blue Grosbeak. Another adult White-crowned Sparrow (adding to the one we had yesterday at the Southbury Training School) was a bonus.
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On May 18, 2013, at 8:07 AM, "Comins, Patrick" <PCOMINS at audubon.org> wrote:
> I've decided to head east in search of junco, Nashville Warbler, Acadian Fly and Purple Finch. I'm going to go to Boston Hollow. Does anyone have a reliable spot for Cerulean Warbler out that way? I know they are at Natchaug/Goodwin, but not sure exactly where. Perhaps there is a better spot around there? Thanks for any advice!
> Patrick Comins...currently in Windsor
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