[CT Birds] Milford Point - Knot

mary mushinsky marymushinsky at att.net
Mon Aug 22 23:01:37 EDT 2016


I agree. When I was a student, there were large flocks of knots at Milford Point in migration. Their health and reproductive success are closely linked to the health of the horseshoe crab population, on whose eggs they feed. Mary Mushinsky, Wallingford

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I'm sure there are many other (older, more historical) shorebird examples, but in my lifetime the Red Knot has become a CT rarity.
This is a sad situation.  

Steve MayoBethany





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Milford Point - 1 Red Knot

Sandy Point - 14 Forster's Terns and 1 Rosette

John Oshlick
Bethany
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