Date: 10/11/17 8:25 am
From: Ryan Maclean via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: [CT Birds] Some hawks moving + Smithsonian Vulture Lecture tonight at Audubon Greenwich
Decent amount of both hawk and passerine activity over Audubon Greenwich this morning. So far we've had a steady trickle of Sharp Shins, Coopers and Kestrels which will hopefully continue throughout the day. Many Yellow-Rumped Warblers and Kinglets seem to have moved in overnight and Stefan Martin had a possible CLAY-COLORED SPARROW behind the Audubon Center. Geese are also on the move including one SNOW GOOSE.

Also for anyone who's interested there will be a great talk tonight in Kiernan Hall by members of the Smithsonian Natural History Museum about a recent study on South American Vultures in Guyana. Reception starts at 5:30 and the talk is at 6. More info here:
http://greenwich.audubon.org/events/virtues-vultures-smithsonian-special-report-guyana

-Ryan MacLean
Audubon Greenwich

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