[CT Birds] Greenwich Tod's Point Osprey - 2 Chicks seen June 11

shootsnaps at aol.com shootsnaps at aol.com
Tue Jun 11 14:31:30 EDT 2013

After yesterday's washout, I was able to see clearly two chicks feeding on the Tod's Point Eagle Pond nest today.
Male was sitting on the nest as female did the feeding. I arrived at ~10:40 am, and they were feeding then. It continued until I left around 11:30. Both seem active and hungry. Hope to continue to observe their growth. 

Pix @ http://www.libraphotography.com/osprey-nesting-2013.html. 
Please understand I'm about 500 feet from the nest, so really sharp pix are tough with such small subjects.

AL Scuterud
Old Greenwich

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Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 10:57:33 -0400 (EDT)
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Subject: [CT Birds] hummingbird feeders - New Britain
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Years ago my hummingbird feeder was ripped up & emptied by the neighbor's 
monkey.  This probably is uncommon.

Can't help it, except for a House Wren I spotted a few weeks ago, I've no 
interesting bird stuff to mention.

Bob Jase


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Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 08:18:34 -0700 (PDT)
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I just was emailed a not from Meredith in Old Greenwich who asked if there was a 
plan in place to move the babies. I just found out the eggs have hatched and the 
mama killdeer is near heart attack covering the babies. One of the brood is 
venturing from the nest.

Should something be done?
And what?



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