[CT Birds] Norwalk Kite!
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Thu May 30 19:51:32 EDT 2013
Great sighting Brendan, congrats.
The warm, southerly flow of the next couple days should pump more
Mississippi Kites into southern New England, so keep an eye out. Especially
notable would be full adult birds, as it would be great to locate any
breeding kites in CT.
Another southern rarity to watch for is Black-bellied Whistling-Duck, which
will turn up in CT sooner or later (probably sooner).
Don't find anything too good until next week though, since I'm out of town.
On Thu, May 30, 2013 at 7:40 PM, Brendan Murtha <bmskua at sbcglobal.net>wrote:
> I just had a MISSISSIPPI KITE pass over my yard in Norwalk, CT, not 5
> ago. The bird was being mobbed by grackles and was heading north. I ran
> in to
> grab my camera, but the time I got out the bird had passed over the
> treeline and
> out of sight.
> Funny, when I first saw the bird I thought it was a Nighthawk - an
> large Nighthawk.
> Definitely my most amazing birding moment in my yard, ever.
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