[CT Birds] Red-shouldered Hawks - East Haddam
jayboll at optonline.net
Sat Jan 17 17:15:46 EST 2015
Thanks, all who responded.
I'm a casual birder. Having never seen a Red-shouldered Hawk in CT in
winter, I had no idea they're so common!
Jay Boll, Norwalk
Date: Sat, 17 Jan 2015 14:17:59 -0700
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To: "Jay" <jayboll at optonline.net>, "CT Birds"
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Subject: Re: [CT Birds] Red-shouldered Hawks - East Haddam
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Red-shouldereds, like other birds of prey, are starting to scope out
nesting territories during this time of year. They'll pair off and start
mating as early as February. So it's possible you saw all different
birds - they're just more active now, so you're more likely to see them.
(I heard our resident red-shouldered calling today, too.)
:-) Tammy Eustis, Chester
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Subject: [CT Birds] Red-shouldered Hawks - East Haddam
From: Jay via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org>
Date: Sat, January 17, 2015 3:50 pm
To: ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org
Red-shouldered Hawk in East Haddam, perched on the corner of Rte. 149
Scoville Landing at 10:45 AM. I saw a similarly sized and colored
Red-shouldered fly across Rte. 145 in Deep River about an hour later.
not get a close enough look to tell if this was the same individual.
too coincidental to be the same bird, but how common are Red-shoulderds
time of year?
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