Date: 11/3/17 4:27 pm
From: Nancy Specht via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: Re: [CT Birds] CTBirds Digest, Vol 3901, Issue 2 Konold's Pond
Steve,

Scoping from below this morning I also saw a Pie-billed Grebe and a Great Blue Heron.

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Nancy Specht
74 Edgemere Road
Hamden, CT

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> 11/03/17 - Woodbridge, Konold?s Pond with scoped views from the West Rock ridge top (9:25 A.M.-10:10 A.M.) ?
> Growing numbers of waterfowl on Konold?s Pond, including a pair of Mute Swans, small numbers of Canada Geese, 50+ Ring-necked Ducks, 30+ Mallards, at least 6 American Black Ducks, 8 Gadwall, a pair of Wood Ducks, a handsome drake Northern Pintail (north of the island and near the west side of the pond), also 20+ American Coot. In addition, two Red-tailed Hawks, a pair of Peregrine Falcons in close flight, several Turkey Vultures, and the resident male Common Raven kronking from the tall radio tower. Sadly, the City of New Haven parking lot, now chained off, is littered with broken auto window glass and yet another illegal dumping of construction debris (out of someone?s remodeled kitchen).
> Steve Broker
> Cheshire
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Great sight in my yard
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> Walked out of the house a few minutes ago and got a nice surprise. 2
> adult Bald Eagles were circling almost directly above my yard, and eventually
> drifted away to the east on the light breeze. Just up the hill from the
> north end of Coventry Lake.
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> Don Morgan
> Coventry, Ct
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> Date: Fri, 03 Nov 2017 15:24:03 +0000
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> Subject: Re: [CT Birds] Konold's Pond, Woodbridge
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> On 10:19AM, Fri, Nov 3, 2017 Stephen Broker via CTBirds <
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>> 11/03/17 - Woodbridge, Konold?s Pond with scoped views from the West Rock
>> ridge top (9:25 A.M.-10:10 A.M.) ?
>> Growing numbers of waterfowl on Konold?s Pond, including a pair of Mute
>> Swans, small numbers of Canada Geese, 50+ Ring-necked Ducks, 30+ Mallards,
>> at least 6 American Black Ducks, 8 Gadwall, a pair of Wood Ducks, a
>> handsome drake Northern Pintail (north of the island and near the west side
>> of the pond), also 20+ American Coot. In addition, two Red-tailed Hawks, a
>> pair of Peregrine Falcons in close flight, several Turkey Vultures, and the
>> resident male Common Raven kronking from the tall radio tower. Sadly, the
>> City of New Haven parking lot, now chained off, is littered with broken
>> auto window glass and yet another illegal dumping of construction debris
>> (out of someone?s remodeled kitchen).
>> Steve Broker
>> Cheshire
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> J Pat Valentik
> Huntsville, AR
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