Date: 3/11/17 1:10 pm
From: Mike Warner via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: [CT Birds] Stratford Snow Geese Update
4 pm. About 60 Snow Geese moved to the west side of the golf course but still here.
Also- 4 Northern Pintail feeding in the river at low tide among the Am. Black Ducks.
Mike
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>> From: Mike Warner via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
>> Date: March 11, 2017 at 3:54:54 PM EST
>> To: Ctbirds <ctbirds...>
>> Subject: [CT Birds] Stratford Snow Geese
>> Reply-To: <mjwarner...>
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>> 3/11/17 Stratford - Short Beach
>> 3:45 pm -south end of Short beach - about 24 Snow Geese on the golf course grounds with the nearby Canadas. They are in a low spot but there are at least two juveniles with them.
>> Pics.
>> Speaking of Geese, did Fairfield County just inherit the Enfield Pink-footed Goose today? Not seeing any reports. Any updates would be appreciated OF the three celebrity Geese seen during last week.
>> Thank you!
>> Mike Warner
>> Wilton CT
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