[CT Birds] Where to find Razorbills in Connecticut

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Fri Sep 21 14:34:30 EDT 2018


Thanks
I will try Harkness Memorial SP and New London to Orient Point ferry
Good Birding!
Tony Belejack

On Fri, Sep 21, 2018 at 1:00 PM Patrick Comins <pcomins at ctaudubon.org>
wrote:

> Hi Tony:
>         That is a tough one and Razorbills vary from year to year in their
> abundance in Long Island Sound.  Your best bet is a ride on the New London
> to Orient Point ferry in the winter with hopes to see one in CT Waters.
> Otherwise, just keep an eye on ebird and this list.  Often a scope is
> required to see them from shore.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Patrick
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> -----Original Message-----
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> Tony Belejack via CTBirds
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Where to find Razorbills in Connecticut
>
> Hi,
> Just wondering where I can find Razorbills in Connecticut?
> Thanks
> Tony Belejack
> Wallingford
>
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