[CT Daily] 10/28/2008

Roy Harvey rmharvey at snet.net
Tue Oct 28 22:14:50 EDT 2008


 From Richard L. Becker
10/28 - Stamford Yard -- FOX SPARROW, earliest that we've ever had
one.

 From Meredith Sampson:
10/28 - Old Greenwich, Greenwich Point -- 10 WHITE-WINGED SCOTERS
(flying west to east, close to shore), 4 FORSTER'S TERNS, 2
WHITE-CROWNED SPARROWS, WINTER WREN.

 From Hank Golet
10/27 - Old Lyme, Griswold Pt -- SNOW BUNTING 14, LAPLAND LONGSPUR 3,
IPSWICH (SAVANNAH) SPARROW 2, AMERICAN PIPIT 1.

 From Greg Hanisek
10/27 - New Haven, Lighthouse Point hawk watch -- 2 DICKCISSELS, 15
AMERICAN PIPITS, 3 EASTERN MEADOWLARKS, some Purple Finch and some
Pine Siskins.

 From Kevin Finnan:
10/27 - Goshen yard -- FOX SPARROW, 5 PURPLE FINCHES, 2 BROWN
CREEPERS; also, along Crossman Road, the COMMON RAVEN family
continues.

 From Ted Gilman:
10/27 - Greenwich, Audubon Center -- AMERICAN WOODCOCK, at least two,
perhaps several more, flying around over front meadows north of Quaker
Ridge Hawk Watch lawn area.


 From Dave Rosgen:
10/27 - Litchfield, White Hall Rd. (White Memorial's Museum Area) -- 2
Common Ravens, 4 Purple Finches, 8 Pine Siskins.
(Mott-Van Winkle Conifer Stand) -- 1 Brown Creeper.
White's Woods Rd. (White Memorial's Old Camp Townsend) -- 2 Common
Ravens.

 From Dave Rosgen, w/ John Eykelhoff:
10/27 - Litchfield, (Litchfield Town Beach) -- 2 Brown Creepers, 2
Rusty Blackbirds.



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