Date: 11/2/20 9:46 am From: Walter Ellison <rossgull61...> Subject: Re: [MDBirding] Re: One time MEGA alert: Common Cuckoo in Rhode Island
Common Cuckoos are not kept as cage birds insofar as I know. It's also
unlikely any are kept in aviaries or zoos in eastern North America. However
hitchhiking on a ship cannot be ruled out. If the bird did that the more
power to it I say.
All the Best & Good Birding,
On Mon, Nov 2, 2020 at 12:11 PM Scott Young <wsyacy...> wrote:
> What are the odds that this is an escapee. Do people have these as pets?
> Scott Young
> On Monday, November 2, 2020 at 6:57:57 AM UTC-5 katahdinss wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Well if 2020 couldn’t get more weird, there is a Common Cuckoo in Rhode
>> Island, found yesterday. This is probably one of the least expected
>> species I can think of, although they are long-distance migrants (to
>> Africa). I am sure it is wishing it was in Africa now rather than snowy RI,
>> but US birders are thrilled to make its acquaintance. (Check eBird for the
>> details, this is just the one-time “mega” alert post allowed by listserv
>> Gail Mackiernan
>> Sent from my iPad
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