[CT Birds] Red-breasted Nuthatch in Hamden

Florence McBride fmcb_warbler at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 7 16:20:58 EDT 2017


6/7, 2:30 pm in Hamden (Spring Glen) - I was surprised and delighted to see a female Red-breasted Nuthatch going to our seed feeders this afternoon — a very unusual occurrence in our yard at this time of year

Flo McBride

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> Subject: [CT Birds] Adult Bald Eagle in Ashford
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> About 12:30 pm over Seckar Road.
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> Ron, Ashford
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> From: "David Provencher" <provedf at comcast.net>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Adult Coopers Hawk Preston
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> While eating dinner tonight with Mary I spotted an adult Coopers Hawk emerge
> for the woods across the street and land in the mid-canopy over the road.
> Probably female sized since my first thought when it emerged was it was one
> of the Red-shoulders that have been buzzing low through the yard lately with
> various songbirds in chase. Haven't seen a Coop here since the migration,
> hopefully there's a nest somewhere near here.
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> Dave Provencher
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> Preston CT. 
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