Black-throated Gray Warbler spotted in CT

Dec 12th, 2010 | By | Category: Birding, Featured Story

The state has been unstoppable when it comes to very rare birds since the White-tailed Kite showed up on August 1. The first bird was a Black-throated Gray Warbler, endemic to the west coast from just into British Columbia through California and east to Colorado during the breeding season.

via Connecticut Audubon Society: Black-throated Gray Warbler.

For coverage of the White-tailed Kite:

White-tailed Kite month #2

Nice video of the White-tailed Kite in Stratford

White-tailed Kite Day 16

With more rare sightings, Stratford becomes new birding hot spot

Birdwatchers flock to Stratford to catch a glimpse of rare raptor

Connecticut Audubon Society: White-tailed Kite Day 7

Photos of White-tailed Kite submitted for Headlines readers

White-tailed kite soars over Stratford

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