[CT Birds] Bluff Point Woods 10.07.15

Clark Moseley an.doc.mo.72 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 8 09:18:46 EDT 2015

Spent an hour walking through the woods and noted 50+ Yellow-rumped Warblers, a B-t Green Warbler, a Brown Thrasher,  2 towhees, 10 W-t Sparrows, a Sharp-shinned Hawk, 8 juncos, 2 Song Sparrows, 20 migrating Blue Jays, 15 migrating American Robins and other expected resident birds. 

Clark "Chip" Moseley
33 Ridge Circle
Storrs Mansfield, Ct 06268

Storrs, CT (860) 477-0889
Caratunk ME (207) 672-3413
 The previous report of the Hot Corner of Bluff Point S.P. by Chris Ephlick:

"More of the same at Bluff Point today.  About 250 warblers, most of which were myrtles.  Of the 4 other warbler species, a late yellow was most unusual.  Also of note were a few small flocks of bobolinks, a pipit, 2 sapsuckers, several flickers, and increasing numbers of sparrows and kinglets.  I didn't have time to walk through the woods, but others may have more to add."

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