Connecticut Warbler @ Bluff Pt

This morning at Bluff Point in Groton, CT birders were treated to a substantial morning flight, including an estimated 5,000 warblers. Julian Hough and I broke off from the usual vigil along the fence to find a viewpoint more conducive to watching warblers in flight for a longer period, which also allowed us to attempt photography here for the first time (key word here being attempt!). Our reward was a rather low-altitude (for the location) flyby CONNECTICUT WARBLER.

Perhaps more thoughts on Bluff Pt in a future post. Here are some photos of the COWA.

 - Nick


  1. Great shots, Nick! I photographed a COWA this morning as well. I spotted it at Laurel Marsh in Manchester, CT. Here is the one I saw...


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