[CT Birds] Swifts aloft, crows urbane, & young NYC birder

Arthur Shippee ashippee at snet.net
Thu Oct 27 19:00:39 EDT 2016

Now that it's dark and rainy, three stories of interest, if you're not sorting photographs.

Flying for 10 Months Without a Layover:  Common swifts can stay aloft for up to 10 months, researchers found. They even mate in the air. Credit

Crows and Ravens Make New York Comebacks to Caw (and Cr-r-ruck) About

Rare Find in New York: A Teenage Birder:  Kai Victor is the president of the New York State Young Birders Club and a founder of the birding club at the Dalton School, where he is a senior.

More information about the CTBirds mailing list