[CT Daily] 10/14/2008

Roy Harvey rmharvey at snet.net
Tue Oct 14 22:06:38 EDT 2008


 From Frank Mantlik
10/14 - Milford Point Salt Marsh by canoe with Charlie Barnard --
during full moon 8.4' high tide 10:30-12:30 --  2 AMERICAN BITTERNS, 1
SORA, 25-30 NELSON'S SHARP-TAILED SPARROWS (predominantly subvirgatus
but also a few alterus), 6 SALTMARSH SHARP-TAILED SPARROWS, 6 SEASIDE
SPARROWS, 8 MARSH WRENS.  

 From Steve Mayo:
10/14 - New Haven, Lighthouse Point Park -- Dickcissel continues in
the weedy garden area across the drive from the butterfly garden.

 From Dave Rosgen, w/ Roger Johnson & Lukas Hyder:
10/14 - Litchfield, White Hall Rd. (White Memorial's Museum Area) -- 1
immature NORTHERN GOSHAWK.

 From Patrick Comins and Donna Rose Smith:
10/14 - Southbury, Bent of the River Audubon Sanctuary -- Pine
Siskins, both flyover and in the trees.

 From Lorraine Gundersen:
10/14 - Guilford, yard -- Purple Finch, Dickcissel.
neighboring yard -- Brown Creeper.
Guilford, Field, Peddlers & Moose Hill Rd -- aabout 8 American Pipit. 

 From Bill Banks with Lynn James and Randy Domina:
10/14 - Lighthouse Point hawk watch -- 8 Pine Siskin, 1 Eastern
Meadowlark.

 From Brian Bielfelt:
10/13 - Greenwich, Quaker Ridge hawk watch -- final total for the day
was 780 Pine Siskins.  Nearby Chestnut Ridge in NY had 2524 Siskins.

 From Chris Nevins:
10/13 - Stratford, Oronoque Village -- 7:30 am, Pinse Siskins.

 From from Jalna Jaeger, Dave Callan, and friends via Frank Mantlik:
10/12 - Norwalk, County St., Norwalk High School old football field
(just off Rt. 1 behind County Mall) -- LARK SPARROW.  They looked
unsuccessfully for the bird 10/13.



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