[CT Birds] West Rock Common Ravens

Stephen Broker ls.broker at cox.net
Wed Feb 17 12:30:42 EST 2016

From Steve Broker (Cheshire):
02/17/16 - Woodbridge, West Rock Ridge — The West Rock Common Ravens have completed much of their nest reconstruction, with the stick support structure now completely formed on the well-hidden and inaccessible rock ledge.  The central bowl has taken shape and is lined with bark shavings stripped from clifftop Redcedar trees.  Mud, moss, and deer hair have not yet been brought in for the finishing lining.  Egg-laying is expected to begin in the first week of March.

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