[CT Birds] Possible Yellow Headed Black Bird

Frank Mantlik mantlik at sbcglobal.net
Fri Dec 13 15:59:57 EST 2013

I checked out the neighborhood this afternoon. I did not see the YHBB, nor any blackbirds in that immediate neighborhood. However, there was a flock of 500 Brown-headed Cowbirds feeding along the S-curve of Dodge Ave. along the northerly border of the airport. Nothing different mixed in except a few Starlings. Also there were 4 American Pipits feeding in the roadside grass next to the sidewalk.

Frank Mantlik

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> On Dec 13, 2013, at 11:29 AM, Mark Aronson <markaronson at gmail.com> wrote:
> Birders
> My colleague Mary Regan-Yttre reports a female YELLOW HEADED BLACKBIRD at
> her feeder near the Tweed-New Haven Airport, 1:30 PM on Thursday 12/12.
> Bird was seen in the back yard close to the intersection of Parker Place
> and Concord Streets.
> Mary thinks it might roost in the airport marshes and hangs in and amongst
> a flock of starlings and cowbirds.
> I am not able to investigate, but maybe you can.
> Mark
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