Posts Tagged ‘ Greg Hanisek ’

A Not-So-Common Murre | Talking Nature with Greg Hanisek

Feb 4th, 2011 | By

Tina Green, a member of Greg Hanisek’s Newington Adult Education birding class,  spotted a alcid on the water off the West Beach pavilion at Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison recently. They assumed it would be a Razorbill, a very nice find, but realized the bird was not a Razorbill but a murre. via Talking

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The Remarkable Arrival of the Cave Swallow

Nov 29th, 2010 | By

The Cave Swallow story ranks as one of the most incredible in the annals of Connecticut bird distribution. Essentially, a species unheard of in New England during most of North American ornithological history is now not only a regular arrival here; it’s arrivals are predictable almost to the day. via Talking Nature with Greg Hanisek

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