UPDATE: Phil Rusch just emailed me with news that a flock of 8 White Pelicans was seen in Providence at 1:00pm today. With the weather already deteriorating by then, it's likely that they weren't able to leave Rhode Island. There's a decent chance that these birds fly through CT tomorrow on their way to warmer climes.
ORIGINAL POST: Yesterday a flock of 6-7 White Pelicans were reported from coastal Maine, and a few days before that a flock of about a dozen were seen in New Jersey. Everyone else in New England should be on the lookout, especially for those Maine birds, which should be heading south, particularly with winds out of the north for the next couple days.
I've only seen one White Pelican in New England, a near-frozen bird in Rhode Island that I believe kicked the bucket soon after I saw it. (Come to think of it, I never actually saw it move while I was watching it....) Anyway, I'd love to catch up with one in CT, but that's easier said than done. Although they are reported about annually in recent years, they are nearly always fly-bys as they ride NW winds along the coast toward New York.
Roy Harvey I think has a good story about intercepting White Pelicans in CT. Roy, if you read this, remind me!