[CT Birds] Rocky Hill Report
PCOMINS at audubon.org
Sun Aug 21 08:57:06 EDT 2016
Nothing too out of the ordinary. Yesterday's rain mostly missed the meadows and puddles are in short supply. I did have one SemipalmatedPlover fly over, somewhat uncommon here. Other than that it's just a few Killdeer and Least Sandpiper and one Spotted Sandpiper.
There are a few Bobolinks and growing numbers of Savannah Sparrows. The morning swallow show continues to be good with increasing numbers of Tree and Bank Swallows and a few Northern Rough-winged. Barn Swallows continue to be predominant.
Patrick Comins, Meriden
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