Another noontime too beautiful to be indoors, so we walked around campus for our lunch-hour. Pretty quiet out there, but I know the phoebes will be back soon!
Lynn, Debby and Sue
Killdeer - returning migrant! *
Song Sparrow - singing
yesterday there were House Finches
Watchful birders throughout the state are beginning to report migrants:
Yellow-rumped Warbler - singing
And many bird species have been observed nest-building:
*Although it's possible to see the Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus), year-round in Connecticut, it is a migratory species, traveling as far south as Colombia and Venezuela. It breeds across nearly all of North America, from northern Mexico to Canada's mid-latitudes.