[CT Birds] Groton Chat continues

Tina and Peter Green petermgreen at hotmail.com
Mon Jun 8 09:34:31 EDT 2015

A quick note about Bluff Point State Park- 
Yesterday was my first visit to the park other than visiting the "hot a few years ago. What a beautiful spot! We had 52 species including 9 species of warblers(including the Yellow-breasted Chat). 
We walked the entire loop of about 3 miles spending a little over 3 hours in a mostly shaded large path with marsh and Long IsIand Sound views at times. I look forward to visiting this lovely park again soon!

Tina Green
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> On Jun 8, 2015, at 7:51 AM, Glenn Williams via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org> wrote:
> The YELLOW-BREASTED CHAT found by Tina, Jory, and Dave yesterday at Bluff Point State Park in Groton continues this morning.  It took some patience but the bird was eventually heard calling and singing before teeing up on a cedar after 25 minutes.  It is directly north of the island of vegetation between the two large gravel parking lots.  It should be noted that Yellow-breasted chat is a rare and declining nester in New England, so no playback of song should be used.
> Glenn WilliamsMystic
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