[CT Birds] Stratford Point Buntings, Larks and Peregrines
PCOMINS at audubon.org
Thu Feb 4 14:48:06 EST 2016
About 15-20 Snow Buntings and perhaps a few more than that of Horned Larks are occasionally frequenting the plowed field at Stratford Point today and were joined by a small flock of American Tree Sparrows near the brush pile. A pair of Peregrine Falcons made an unsuccessful pass at the dove flock and the Black-bellied Plovers and American Oystercatchers continue. Scott has a couple of Black Scoters way out in the Sound yesterday among the more numerous Surf Scoters.
The Point may only be open for a reduced time tomorrow because of the snow and that I have an offsite meeting. It will be open on Saturday (morning at least) for the McKinney volunteer training session.
Patrick M. Comins, Director of Bird Conservation, Audubon Connecticut
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