[CT Birds] BC Chickadees

Steve Mayo and Rebecca Horowitz rsdmayo at sbcglobal.net
Tue Dec 17 22:54:38 EST 2013


I don't recall unusually large numbers Chickadees moving through Lighthouse in October.  And like Blue Jays, they do mill around a bit, making counts a bit problematic.  And to think HMANA has added dragonfly counting, to the mix! 

Steve Mayo

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Subject: [CT Birds] BC Chickadees

If im not mistaken, the periodic southern migration of BC Chickadees happens occasionally. Did anyone notice any good movements of them at the southern hawk watches this fall? I had a good year of them here in Harwinton, and at the feeder they are in good numbers. 1st Tree Sparrow today as well. 

Paul Carrier - Harwinton
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