[CT Birds] Stratford Point Yellow-fronted Canary
PCOMINS at audubon.org
Fri Sep 23 15:33:58 EDT 2016
A beautiful Yellow-fronted Canary was singing along the line between Stratford Point and the Coast Guard property this afternoon. Certainly an escapee, but I recall a photo of one from Stratford a few years ago. I wonder if it could possibly have survived winters and be the same bird?
Other than that it has been a pretty slow day, with 3 American Kestrels and a Northern Harrier and a ton of Tree Swallows being the highlights. The Point will be open this weekend more or less since Scott will be working.
Patrick M. Comins, Director of Bird Conservation, Audubon Connecticut
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