[CT Birds] Blue Grosbeak(s) Stratford Point + photo
PCOMINS at audubon.org
Thu Oct 15 14:23:02 EDT 2015
In addition to the Blue Grosbeaks (I'm pretty sure there were 2), there was a White-crowned Sparrow and an "Ipswich" Sparrow here today. Impressive numbers of birds in general with big numbers of Song, Swamp, Savannah, yellow-rumps, Ruby-crowned and Golden-crowned Kinglets and at least 5 Hermit Thrushes today. Decent numbers of Brant flying by as well.
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From: CTBirds [mailto:ctbirds-bounces at lists.ctbirding.org] On Behalf Of Scott Kruitbosch via CTBirds
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Subject: [CT Birds] Blue Grosbeak(s) Stratford Point + photo
There is at least one and perhaps are two Blue Grosbeaks at Stratford Point. I first saw one at the left side of the entrance gate along the driveway after it popped up on a white pine briefly, letting me get this
And after I got Patrick down there we had it again, then maybe another, coming up the Coast Guard strip and then later along the grasslands going towards the main building and near the feed plot.
No sign of Harley today, again, but it was an extremely birdy place all morning. I had a possible Clay-colored Sparrow along the driveway as well. If you stop by keep your eyes and mind open...
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