Date: 4/1/19 5:38 pm
From: Katherine Kuckens via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: Re: [CT Birds] CTBirds Digest, Vol 4415, Issue 2
Questions about "fallouts." I just read a weather report about a powerful
nor'easter approaching CT this week, with heavy rain and dangerous winds.
Hype aside, would such a storm be likely to have a serious impact on
migrating birds? What does it take to have a "fallout"? Makes me wish I
could catch all my red breasted nuthatches and Carolina wrens and keep them
in a warm dry garage or basement for a few days.
Katherine Kuckens
West Hartford


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> Long tail ducks at the end of the jetty at Jennings Beach. At times a
> scope would help. My husband and myself have seen an isolated group. Last
> night they were in with some Brandt?s and mergansers.
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> From: Russ Smiley <rsbirder...>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Orange-crowned Warbler Chatfield Hollow SP
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> Chatfield Hollow State Park, Killingworth, CT 11:20 AM 1 April 2019:
> orange-crowned warbler loosely associating with pair of pine warblers in
> haggard cedar beside (east) the boardwalk marsh.pine siskin and phoebes are
> here, too.
> Russ Smiley
> Marlborough, CT
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