Here's one, below, that was seen on Friday, 9/7/12.....So, Hank, I'll spring for your gas and you scoot east (young man)....Maybe you'll see the one below that Brian Toal observed....If you see it, Hank, please let me know so I can immediately turn green (with envy).
In other words, I rarely see or hear a COWA (Connecticut Warbler).
Are other readers like me in striking out often with this nemesis bird?
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Cheers to you enjoying the warblers,
Daniel (415-382-1827; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.warblerwatch.com)
|Subject: Connecticut Warbler, west Hartford powerlines|
Date: Sat Sep 8 2012 7:06 am
From: penguinsz AT sbcglobal.net
9/8 - Brian Toal just called to report a Connecticut Warbler on the powerline cut on Rt 44 in West Hartford, going up Avon mountain. The bird was found between the first and second poles on the left side of the trail. Sara Zagorski Wethersfield