[CT Birds] KING EIDER Harkness SP, 2 Clay-colored Sparrows Hammonassett SP, and others
jacob.musser at yale.edu
Fri Nov 29 21:29:32 EST 2013
Hey everyone, a few highlights below from a great post-Thanksgiving day
of birding with Nick Bonomo and Daniel Field.
From Jacob Musser, Nick Bonomo, and Daniel Field:
11/29/13 - Madison, Hammonassett State Park -- 8:30 AM; 2 Clay-colored
Sparrows (part of large Junco flock in campground area behind Swan
Pond), White-crowned Sparrow (Willard's Island), Lapland Longspur
(grass/gravel next to nature center), Common Eider (end of Moiraine trail).
Stonington, Stonington Point - 1:45 PM; 12 Common Eider
Mystic, Ender's Island - 2:30 PM; 30 Common Eider
Waterford, Harkness State Park - 4 PM; female KING EIDER, walk south of
main parking lot to the water. The bird was actively diving and feeding
on small crabs very close to shore.
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