[CT Birds] Bluff Point (10/6)
arsmiley at comcast.net
Tue Oct 6 22:13:36 EDT 2015
The morning flight this Tuesday (10/6) was similar to what Chris witnessed yesterday. Again there were very many YRWAs. Sprinkled sparsely among them were a prairie, palm, pine, and two black-throated blue warblers and some sparrows, juncos, blue-headed vireos, towhees, phoebes, and one brown creeper. The kinglets were numerous and displaying their colorful crests. Many birds flew by unidentifiable. The birds started to move with the sunrise (~6:50) and the pace fell off sharply by 8:00, the stragglers being yellow -rumps and sparrows.
From: CTBirds [mailto:ctbirds-bounces at lists.ctbirding.org] On Behalf Of Chris Elphick via CTBirds
Sent: Monday, October 05, 2015 8:09 PM
Subject: [CT Birds] Bluff Point
About 160 warblers, at least half of which were myrtles. The only other flyover warbler I got an ID on was a black-and-white, but I also had blackpoll, bt blue, and common yellowthroat in the woods. Also small numbers of both kinglets, blue-headed vireos, a few flickers, 2 tanagers, a grosbeak, and 2 common loons. Lots of towhees and several swamp sparrows and juncos. Chris Elphick @ssts Storrs, CT elphick at sbcglobal.net _______________________________________________
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