[CT Birds] Rare?

Dave Alpeter dave at alpeter.net
Sun Mar 29 21:09:53 EDT 2015

I have had a Ruby Crowned Kinglet in my yard all winter. He will eat suet.
There is also a Golden Crowned but he has never come to the feeder. Both
are around so I am sure that is what you saw.
Regards, Dave Alpeter

On Sun, Mar 29, 2015 at 8:08 PM, Nick via CTBirds <
ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org> wrote:

> I was behind my house and in the woods observing a woodcock when I
> realized there were two small birds in front of me. One with a yellow
> tipped head and one with a red tipped head. I got decently looks and
> identified them both as kinglets, ruby and golden crowned. So I guess im
> asking if swing the ruby crowned this time of year is rare? Or is seeing
> them so close together rare?
> Nick
> Wallingford
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