[CT Birds] GBH, goldeneyes, buffleheads, gulls Sunday at Poquetanuck Cove Estuary
brianw15th2v at att.net
Mon Dec 14 07:17:51 EST 2015
Plus tens of fish crows flocking with the gulls and Americans flying in from downriver, moving along to the fields.
On Monday, December 14, 2015 6:43 AM, Brian Williams via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org> wrote:
At the Thames River on Poquetanuck Cove yesterday for a couple hours in the afternoon, one Great Blue Heron crossed the river. Over a hundred gulls were flocked with a small number showing their fishing proficiency. Nothing unusual seen in the gulls and many were textbook examples of first and second winter plumage. Fifty ring-billeds, fifteen herrings including a couple resident with variation, a handful of greater black-backed. In the nearby mute swans there was a dark juvenile among the adults mixing with gulls and more than five imm. across the river. Six goldeneyes, eighteen buffleheads, two hooded mergs, one kingfisher, thirty-five double-crested cormorants, one kingfisher. I probably missed some across the river on an overcast afternoon.
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