[CT Birds] Sherwood Island Highlights
cpetherick at me.com
Tue Dec 13 17:03:20 EST 2016
At Sherwood Island SP this afternoon I had 2 Lesser Black-Backed gulls, both out by the point with the other gulls. Both were winter adults identified as LBBG vs GBBG by size, bright yellow legs and streaky head and neck. Unsure if Hooded Mergansers are notable, but there were 7 in the marshy area along with a Blue Heron.
> On Dec 13, 2016, at 4:29 PM, Tina and Peter Green via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org> wrote:
> Westport-Sherwood Island SP- 57 species seen at the park today including 10 duck species(1 adult male shoveler),2 Killdeer( the only shorebird),8 American Pipits & 18 Horned Larks(flocks landed briefly near the model airplane field), both nuthatch species,winter resident Lesser Black-backed Gull,9 Fox Sparrows(all time high in the park for me),2 Eastern Towhees(adult males),but not one robin. Their absence has been noted lately here.
> Tina Green
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