[CT Daily] 09/13/2013
rmharvey at snet.net
Fri Sep 13 21:02:41 EDT 2013
From Paul Fusco:
09/13/13 - Madison, Hammonasset State Park -- Upland sandpiper in
grass lot next to the Nature Center at 6 PM.
From Keith and Jen Mueller:
09/13/13 - Madison, Hammonasset State Park -- The Upland Sandpiper was
still there at 6:45 pm this evening just before the Park closed. Also
the Golden Plover continued just a few yards away. As we were
leaving...Jen and I saw and watched a single Nighthawk fly over the
main exit road just past the circle and then hunting over the marsh
until it was too dark to see anymore!
From Paul Cianfaglione:
09/13/13 - Rocky Hill, Rocky Hill Meadows -- 1 BAIRD'S SANDPIPER in
first field on left.
From John Oshlick:
09/13/13 - West Haven, Sandy Point -- 1 Baird's Sandpiper far out on
the main bar. 18 Blue-winged Teal!
From Bill Batsford:
09/13/13 - Madison, Hammonasset State Park -- American Golden Plover
at Meig's point parking field. Also Pectoral Sandpiper in nearby
From Ned Hurle:
09/13/13 - Madison, Hammonasset State Park -- In addition to the
American Golden Plover at Meigs Parking Lot, there was an American
Bittern in the marsh north of the parking lot at 11:00 AM.
From Patrick Comins:
09/13/13 - Southbury, Bent of the River Audubon Sanctuary -- The light
was very bad, but I thought I heard a Blue Grosbeak chip note and got
a brief backlit view of the bird in the butterfly garden from the
birding balcony. The profile and size were a good fit in comparison
with some nearby Indigo Buntings. Can't say 100%, but I'm thinking
it was a Blue Grosbeak, immature or female. On a separate note, it's
kind of amazing that the Hooded Warblers are still singing here
occasionally. I don't think I recall that happening in September
before. They were extremely late in arriving this year.
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