[CT Daily] 11/13/2008 Snowy Owl, Barnacle Goose

Roy Harvey rmharvey at snet.net
Thu Nov 13 21:25:24 EST 2008


 From Charlie Barnard:
11/13 - Stratford, Long Beach -- SNOWY OWL, assumed to be the bird
that had been seen recently at Stratford Point escaping all the
activity there.
Stratford, McKinney NWR -- at least 1 AMERICAN BITTERN.  Also a Fox
Sparrow near the Warehouse Pool.

 From Renee Baade, Don Morgan, and Richard Becker, via Janet Connolly
at The Audubon Shop:
11/13 - Wallingford, in a field on Whirlwind Rd east of Branford Rd --
1pm, BARNACLE GOOSE.
On MacKenzie Reservoir (property of CT 
Ag. Station) Wallingford, 1 GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE, 1 CACKLING
GOOSE with a large flock of Canada Geese.

 From Bo Hopkins:
11/13 - Wallingford, Whirlwind Road field just east of Branford road
-- As of 4:30 pm the Barnacle Goose remained.

 From Greg Hanisek:
11/13 - Watertown, Lake Winnemaug -- 36 BLACK SCOTERS.
Middlebury, Lake Quassapaug -- 4 BLACK SCOTERS.

 From Margaret Ardwin:
11/13 - Westport, Earthplace, 10 Woodside Lane -- WildCommon Raven
visiting our captive raven.  The raven has been seen consistently for
4 days around the nature center building.

 From Angela Dimmitt:
11/13 - New Preston/Macracostas Preserve -- 15 PINE SISKINS.

 From Scott Kruitbosch:
11/13 - Stratford yard -- 1 YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER.

 From Dave Rosgen:
11/13 - Litchfield, White Hall Rd. (White Memorial's Museum Area) -- 1
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, 1 Fox Sparrow
Winchester, Rt. 263 @ Villa Ferretti -- 1 Common Raven.
11/12 - Winchester, 121 Laurel Way (Rosgen Wildlife Sanctuary) -- 1
Common Raven, 1 Purple Finch.

 From Jan Collins:
11/12 - Meriden. Bishop's Pond -- noon time, EURASIAN WIGEON, NORTHERN
PINTAIL.




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