[CT Birds] Stratford Point 10/3 CCSP HADU

Scott Kruitbosch skruitbosch at rtpi.org
Sat Oct 3 14:08:19 EDT 2015

Stratford Point in the last hour: CLAY-COLORED SPARROW continues with 
Chipping/White-throats where Jory described along driveway. Also at 
least one adult WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW, perhaps two, along Prospect Drive 
near our entrance/Coast Guard strip. Many Savannah Sparrows, one likely 
IPSWICH Savannah Sparrow along edge of cove. The HARLEQUIN DUCK was 
swimming in the cove a bit ago, a brave boy in all the NE wind and big 
waves. Palm, Yellow-rumped, Common Yellowthroat noted for warblers, not 
surprisingly far quieter than the early morning for them. There are 
undoubtedly a few more "good" birds hunkered down here on site with many 
common migrants around (Phoebe, Song, Catbird, etc).

Sea watch continues now. Dozens of Laughing Gulls here, though mostly 
quiet otherwise so far.


Scott Kruitbosch
Conservation & Outreach Coordinator
Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History
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Jamestown, NY 14701-9620
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