[CT Birds] Unidentified bird

Robley Evans via CTBirds ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org
Thu May 29 16:09:21 EDT 2014

This may not be your bird, but one that can really fool anyone with its
calls is the native titmouse.  In the spring I have looked for the source
of never-before-heard calls, whistled and "chortled," and this backyard
familiar turns up.  Have never heard it at night.  Robley Evans North

On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 8:32 PM, Lisa Gagnon via CTBirds <
ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org> wrote:

> Lisa Stafford Springs. 5/23. Ok a few people have emailed me suggesting
> common nighthawk , I'm going to be more specific I don't think I was in the
> last email. I heard this bird in the woods which border the property, mixed
> maple and a lot of pine trees. It called twice at first thought was
> woodcock. Common nighthawks I usually see as flyovers only.  I have not
> heard it since , it was not a blue grey nutcatcher . Lisa.
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