Date: 10/11/18 8:18 am
From: Jim Pfeifer via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: [CT Birds] Snow Goose in Somers
10/11/18, 10:30 am. Corn fields on southwest side of Four-Bridges Road, among 200+ Canada Geese was a lone Snow Goose. Also two immature Northern Goshawks seen at Durkee Road earlier this morning. Very good looks - I think one male and a female (second bird was noticeably larger). Birds observed interacting together, and also chasing/strafing crows in the corn field - very cool. After 2 mins, both vanished into the woods doing about 60 mph.

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