[CT Birds] Oxford, Hamden, New Haven, Killingworth, New London, Derby

Roy Harvey rmharvey at snet.net
Mon May 12 22:22:18 EDT 2014


Passing these along.


 From Bob Cartoceti
Oxford, Christian Rd. at corner of Hawley Road: at least three pair of BOBOLINK mixed in with REDWINGS at western end of large field.


 From Mark Scott:
\5/12/14 -- East Rock Park, Hamden -- with reports from many observers -- yellow-billed cuckoo (river path), black-billed cuckoo (Trowbridge Drive), Eastern wood-pewee, yellow-throated vireo, indigo buntings (old archery field and Giant Steps), 20 warbler species including Tennessee, Wilson's (several), Canada (at least 3), blackpoll, prairie and Blackburnian
5/12/14 -- Back yard, New Haven -- least flycatcher


 From John Himmelman:
05/12/14 - Killingworth yard — Common Nighthawk


 From Glenn Williams:
5/12/14 - New London, Cedar Grove Cemetery -- 2 SWAINSON'S THRUSH


 From Roy Harvey:
05/12/14 - Derby, Osbornedale State Park -- 7:35 to 10:10; after having two male Bobolinks in the field next to the Kellog Center parking around 7:45 AM, could not relocate them later.  10 warbler species, including my FOY Canada Warbler, quite a few Magnolia Warblers, and a couple of Blackpoll Warblers.  Most of these were on the so-called Kestrel trail, farther in than most people venture, farther than I usually do except at this season.  But the flowering trees along the walk between the gate and Kellog also had Magnolias.  Never even made it across the street.


Roy Harvey
Beacon Falls, CT





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