[CT Birds] Audubon Greenwich: CHAT, Cape May Warbs, Philly Vireo

Hannan, John jhannan at audubon.org
Sun Sep 15 10:40:40 EDT 2013


Steady stream of broad Wings coming through Quaker Ridge with out first Kettle of 25+ birds right now.  Come on over we need more eyes on the sky
John Hannan

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On Sep 15, 2013, at 9:59 AM, "Ryan Maclean" <ryanmac335 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Lots of activity around A Greenwich this morning. Brenda Inskeep found a
> YELLOW BREASTED CHAT in the thickets at the entrance to the Hillside Trail
> on the north side of the property past the field and narrow  driveway left
> of the hawkwatch. It was seen briefly by four observers afterwards. Also
> present were 2 or 3 CAPE MAY WARBLERS in the large Japanese Cypress trees
> next to the white intern house by the red barn. A PHILADELPHIA VIREO and a
> probable LINCOLN'S SPARROW were near the center of the field next to the
> hawkwatch.
> 
> Other highlights included LEAST FLYCATCHER, CANADA, BLACKBURNIAN, CHESTNUT
> SIDED, NASHVILLE warblers with many BT GREENS, MAGNOLIAS and PARULAS. Some
> hawks are starting to move too so we could be in for another good flight at
> Quaker Ridge this afternoon. If anyone wants to come find any of the birds
> we saw this morning we'll be at the hawkwatch to give more detailed
> directions.
> 
> -Ryan MacLean
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