[CT Daily] 10/05/2008

Roy Harvey rmharvey at snet.net
Sun Oct 5 21:47:07 EDT 2008


 From John Maynard:
10/05 - Meriden, Bishop's Pond -- REDHEAD pair, possibly more, 10:45
a.m.

 From Glenn Williams & Phil Rusch:
10/05 - Groton, Bluff Point -- BAY-BREASTED, WILSON'S, and
BLACKBURNIAN WARBLER; YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER, RED-BREASTED NUTHATCH,
and 2 AMERICAN KESTREL; 400+ warblers of 12 species.

 From Paul Carrier:
10/05 - Harwinton, feeder -- 1 PINE SISKIN.
Harwinton, power cut off Weingart Rd -- 2 LINCOLN'S SPARROW, 5 RUSTY
BLACKBIRD.

 From Chris Loscalzo:
10/05 - Woodbridge, Community Gardens -- one female DICKCISSEL, seven
sparrow species including 3-4 LINCOLN'S SPARROWS and one immature
WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW, BROWN THRASHER, four (flyover) BLACK VULTURES.

 From Kevin Finnan:
10/05 - Goshen -- 1 LINCOLN'S SPARROW, 1 BROWN CREEPER, 1 SWAINSON'S
THRUSH.

 From Meredith Sampson w/ "First Sundays" bird walk group:
10/05 - Old Greenwich, Greenwich Point -- 2-3 SALTMARSH SHARP-TAILED
SPARROWS, 2 LINCOLN'S SPARROWS, imm. WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW, 2 WINTER
WRENS, imm. CAPE MAY WARBLER, FORSTER'S TERN.

 From Greg Hanisek:
10/05 - Watertown, Black Rock State Park -- 1 BROWN THRASHER, 2
LINCOLN'S SPARROWS, 2 PURPLE FINCHES.

 From Peter DeGennaro:
10/05 - Naugatuck yard --  9:00 AM, 1 female DICKCISSEL continues in a
flock of robins eating Dogwood berries. 

 From Roy Harvey:
10/05 - Naugatuck, Naugatuck State Forest, field at the end of
Hunter's Mountain Rd --  with Seth Harvey, Lincoln's Sparrow, Winter
Wren.
Beacon Falls, Mathies Park -- Lincoln's Sparrow.

 From Jim Dugan, Patrick Dugan, Mary Ann O'Leary, Dave Winston et al:
10/04 - Stamford, Cove Island Wildlife Sanctuary -- Weekly Saturday
7:30AM walk, 1 TENNESSEE WARBLER, 1 LINCOLN'S SPARROW, 1 DICKCISSEL.

 From Jim Bair:
10/04 - Simsbury, Great Pond SF -- Blue-Winged Teal, 2 Pectoral
Sandpipers.

 From Tom Sayers:
10/04 - Wilton, Allens' Meadow -- 1 Lincoln's Sparrow, 2 White-crowned
Sparrows,  2 Dickcissels.  From mid-morning on the Dickcissels seemed
to favor the wood's edge behind the two large dirt piles.



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