[CT Birds] Ruddy Turnstones

Hazel Carby via CTBirds ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org
Sat May 24 15:33:23 EDT 2014


Ruddy turnstones in Guilford Harbor near Red House and also at entrance to marina at edge of marsh.

Hazel V. Carby
Guilford

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> Can you help me ID a bird by call?  I heard it right at daybreak outside my window, a very loud buzzing kind of call -- like the buzz of the Northern Parula but no additional chirping, and it lasted longer.  Could it have been a Parula, or what else?
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> Sarah Faulkner
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> From: Tina and Peter Green via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org>
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> 5/24/14- Westport- Cockenoe Island- Glossy Ibis,Bonaparte's Gull
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> Norwalk- Canfield Creek Marsh- Horned Grebe,Yellow-bellied Flycatcher ,Saltmarsh Sparrow,male Boat-tailed Grackle seen and heard
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> Tina Green
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Tolland, Hooded Warblers
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> Private land in Tolland, (3) HOODED WARBLERS, seen an heard. (1)
> YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER, (3) BLACK-BILLED CUCKOO, seen and heard.
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> Mark Danforth, Tolland
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Old Saybrook chestnut sided warbler
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> Last evening in the oak tree right off the deck had a good look at the chestnut sided warbler.  New yard bird!<br/>Blackpole warblers still dinging away today in the neighborhood .<br/><br/>Jim Sherwonit<br/>Old Saybrook<a href="https://overview.mail.yahoo.com?.src=iOS"><br/><br/>Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone</a>
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> From: David Winston via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Cove Sanctuary, Stamford
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> Morning Bird walk with Patrick Dugan
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> Produced 8 warblers:
> Yellow
> Magnolia
> Blackpoll
> B&W
> redstart
> Common Yellowthroat
> Wilson's
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> Of particular interest were:
> Singing Alder Flycatcher
> Yellow-bellied Flycatcher
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> Pictures to be posted on Facebook
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> Dave Winston
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> From: Nick Ferrauolo via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org>
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> Went for a walk today around horse barn hill road, a great turnout:
> 30+  Bobolink
> 4 grasshopper sparrows
> 1 red shouldered hawk
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> Nick
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> Dave.
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> Where az the yellow-bellied fly located? Good bird. I'm about to leave on vacation so missed the walk unforttunately.
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> Sara
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> From: Mark Scott via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] New Haven area Swainson's thrush,    Blackburnian and
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>> From Mark Scott: 5/24/14 -- Farmington Canal Trail, Hamden -- not counting the expected species, Blackburnian warbler was noteable
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> 5/24/14 -- Back yard, New Haven -- birds included Swainson's thrush (singing); Wilson's and Blackburnian warblers; first-for-yard willow flycatcher
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> Blue-winged Warbler has an alternate song that sounds like a buzzy parula.
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> Glenn Williams
> Mystic
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> Can you help me ID a bird by call?? I heard it right at daybreak outside my window, a very loud buzzing kind of call -- like the buzz of the Northern Parula but no additional chirping, and it lasted longer.? Could it have been a Parula, or what else?
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> Sarah Faulkner
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> Collinsville
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> No blockbusters, but lots of high quality forest and shrubland bird habitat.  Highlights include Acadain, Least and Willow Flycatchers, BTG and BTB Warblers, Prairie and Blue-winged Warbler and some amazing looks at a pair of Scarlet Tanagers and Yellow-throated Vireo.   Acadian Fly at big white pine stand near yellow gate where N. Mulford Rd curves to the east.
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> Patrick Comins, Meriden
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> Ps.Wilson's and Blackpoll warblers in the yard today.
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> 5/24/14- Bolton Backyard 6-7AM- a much quieter morning BUT, a Blackpoll Warbler!  Ernie
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