[CT Birds] The topic is Birds, and Connecticut

Gary Lemmon lemmon at snet.net
Tue Sep 2 13:53:21 EDT 2014


There is a server for CT butterfly sightings. Go to ctbutterfly.org and click on ctleps-l and follow the instructions. This server works just like ctbird and is administered by Yale University and it is free.

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> On Sep 2, 2014, at 1:06 PM, Roy Harvey via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org> wrote:
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> A note from your (usually friendly) list administrator:
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> Most of the time I don't get concerned about an occasional post that veers from birds to some other aspect of nature in CT.  But today I am asking that we take a break from such things for a while.
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> First, bird migration is getting busy and CTBirds with it.  When things are busy keeping the noise down is important.
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> Second, I fear the a discussion on the status of the monarch butterfly could easily get started, even though the has been just one post about a single butterfly.  The situation with the monarch is a terrible mess (http://www.newsweek.com/monarch-butterflies-have-declined-90-conservationists-seek-extra-protection-267094) but there isn't anything to be done here in CT to help them.  They aren't getting as far as CT, and the issues are broader and farther away than appropriate for CTBirds.
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> Birds, and Connecticut, please?
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> Thanks!
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> Roy Harvey
> Beacon Falls, CT
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