[CT Birds] Ruddy duck?

Loretta loretct at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 31 19:11:33 EST 2016


Where in Wallingford were the Ruffles seen?

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>   1. Red Headed Woodpecker Male (Lisa Gagnon)
>   2. WALLINGFORD (NANCY)
>   3. Red Headed Woodpecker East Longmeadow mass. (Lisa Gagnon)
>   4. San 43 South Windsor (Paul Desjardins)
>   5. 3 horned lark beach by jetty Hammo but park filled w dogs
>      (sffaulkner at comcast.net)
>   6. Gull Rock, Madison - Barrow's Goldeneye continues
>      (Howie Sternberg)
>   7. Barrows Goldeneye continues (Jerilyn Duefrene)
>   8. Grackles (JOHN OGREN)
>   9. Quinebaug Fish Hatchery (dbobolink)
>  10. Stonington Point - Stonington,    CT Black Headed Gull Continues
>      (Timothy L Thompson)
>  11. Catbird in Simsbury (Shirley Beach)
>  12. Waramaug (RAYMOND BELDING)
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> Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2016 09:05:36 -0800
> From: Lisa Gagnon <lisa.gagnon45 at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Red Headed Woodpecker Male
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> Fannie Stebbins, East Long Meadow Mass. 1/31/16 West Trail along marshy
> areas near natti trail around 11 am spotted in marsh on I think white
> birch( not good on id of trees) he's in there. And someone else said a
> possible Juvy male in there also.  Just scope the area as much as
> possible.  Other birders there. Lisa G and Donna H.
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> From: NANCY <simon.nuhn at snet.net>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] WALLINGFORD
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> Paugs ?Pond- Redhead-2 malesMcKenzie Res- 2 Ruddy Ducks
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> From: Lisa Gagnon <lisa.gagnon45 at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Red Headed Woodpecker East Longmeadow mass.
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> Lisa. Forgot to mention also at Fannie the entrance area there was also one
> spotted there I guess this week and this am 1/31/16.
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> From: Paul Desjardins <paul.desjardins2 at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] San 43 South Windsor
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> This morning seen from the Newberry Road section Common Raven and 4 Rusty Blackbirds and seen from the Vibert Road section 3 Fox Sparrows. Also, thousands of Red Winged Blackbirds.
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> Paul Desjardins
> Windsor Locks
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> Subject: [CT Birds] 3 horned lark beach by jetty Hammo but park filled
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> From: Howie Sternberg <howiesternberg at yahoo.com>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Gull Rock, Madison - Barrow's Goldeneye continues
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> From Howie Sternberg:
> 01/31/16 - Gulll Rock, Madison - At 1:45 this afternoon, the Barrow's Goldeneye was seen by the two partially submerged rocks located between Gull Rock and the shore.
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> From: Jerilyn Duefrene <kaymad143 at gmail.com>
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> Just saw the Barrows Goldeneye off of Middle Beach West, heading towards
> the Madison Beach Club. Was swimming close to the seawall/ beach side.
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> From: JOHN OGREN <northernrail at comcast.net>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Grackles
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> ?We have a flock of about 1000 blackbirds now in our backyard. Probably 70% Grackles, 20% Starlings, 10% RW Blackbirds. What's really??interesting is that we had a?flock of about 3-400 Blackbirds yesterday that the percentages were almost reversed- 70-80% Starlings 10% Grackles, 10% RW Blackbirds.John Ogren
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> Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2016 14:43:41 -0500
> From: dbobolink <dbobolink at aol.com>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Quinebaug Fish Hatchery
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> From Robert Dixon with group of 12.1/31/16 - Central Village, ?Quinebaug Fish Hatchery - Sunday bird walk - Highlights - GOLDEN -CROWNED KINGLET (3), RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET, PURPLE FINCH (3m,1f), BALD EAGLE (2), BUFFLEHEAD (2), COOPER'S HAWK, EASTERN BLUEBIRD and BELTED KINGFISHER.
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> Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2016 14:51:40 -0500
> From: Timothy L Thompson <twodogs77 at sbcglobal.net>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Stonington Point - Stonington,    CT Black Headed
>    Gull Continues
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> Stonington Point- 2:40pm, with Angela Dimmitt, Mark Danforth, Chris Elphick and Jason Reiger. BLACK HEADED GULL continues. Also seen, RED NECKED GREBE, HORNED GREBE, COMMON EIDER, SANDERLINGS, DC CORMORANTS along with the usual suspects. Low wind, clear viewing with tide sneaking back in.
> Timothy L. Thompson
> Norwich, CT
> ps unseasonably warm!
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> Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2016 15:12:54 -0500
> From: Shirley  Beach <beachgolfdesign at att.net>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Catbird in Simsbury
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> Sunday morning at 11:00 :  a presumably over-wintering Catbird along the power line at the Simsbury Land Trust's Tanager Hill property.  The bird was shy, but I was able to get a couple of photographs.
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> Doug Beach
> Simsbury
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> Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2016 15:27:07 -0500 (EST)
> From: RAYMOND BELDING <hoatzin1 at optonline.net>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Waramaug
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> Continuing on Lake Waramaug -
> 3 Redheads along with good numbers of
> Ring-necks and Hoodies. About 5000?
> Canada Geese and the 3000 Common
> Mergansers have dwindled to 3.?
> Ray Belding w/ Dennis Hannon
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