[CT Birds] Another Acadain, Southbury

William Banks semismart9 at aol.com
Wed Jun 10 13:49:51 EDT 2015

I was there about 10:25 this morning, after Greg called me and told me about it. I had the Acadian Flycatcher on the upslope side of the road, about 200 feet past the sign that says Flat Swamp preserve.. I also had 1 winter wren and 2 Louisiana Waterthrushes. I heard 2 wood-pewees, had wood thrush, veery, ovenbirds.
What a very nice place..

Bill Banks

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> On Jun 10, 2015, at 1:40 PM, greg hanisek via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org> wrote:
> 6-10-15 Flag Swamp Park, Southbury. One Acadian Flycatcher singing in this beautiful hemlock glen, which is a historic spot for this species. Also present were 2 very vocal Winter Wrens and a Louisiana Waterthrush. Neil Currie pointed this spot out to me more than a 20 years ago as a reliable place for Acadian in western CT. It's been a few years since I checked it. The park is open to Southbury residents only, but the very quiet, paved Flag Swamp Road runs the entire length of the glen, offering good access to the birds.
> For what it's worth, I also checked Whittemore Sanctuary in Woodbury, which has produced Acadians in recent years, but didn't have one this morning.
> Greg Hanisek
> Waterbury
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