[CT Birds] Brant push Monday morning

Comins, Patrick PCOMINS at audubon.org
Mon Oct 17 13:33:00 EDT 2016

To add to Frank's report.   I had a Red-breasted Nuthatch this morning at the Point, a hen Northern Pintail mixed in with the Brant flock off the north shore of Stratford Point and a Prairie Warbler mixed in with some Palm Warblers.   Also, a big push of Black-capped Chickadees and Tufted Titmice.  Perhaps another indication of an irruption year coming up.  I'm also pretty sure I heard a Dickcissel over by the garage, but never got a look.  Also a gorgeous "gray ghost" Northern Harrier. 


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Subject: [CT Birds] Brant push Monday morning

10/17. Stratford, Stratford Point - mostly seawatching 2.5 hours 9:30-noon: 1098 Brant, 11 Surf Scoter, 3 Black/Surf Scoter, 2 Red-throated Loon, 1 adult NORTHERN GANNET (my first of season), 2 GREAT CORMORANT (my fos), 145 DC Cormorant, 15 Am Oystercatcher, 114 Laughing Gull, 5 STERNA Terns, 1 YB Sapsucker, 1 Field Sparrow.

Frank Mantlik

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