2021 4 28 Great Pond walk in South Glastonbury CT

There were a total of Eight attendees for what was a lovely morning but not so birdy walk.

We totaled 25 species, warblers, sparrows, towhee and more, the best being a Brown Thrasher singing his heart out within the treetops at the meadows edge.

Waterfowl was non-existent.

The group also enjoyed a little bit of history of the land that includes a long standing and living  Cedar which has a bit of notoriety within our state.  Many  cedars stand dead within the preserve.

The morning weather was pleasant and sunny with no breeze to speak of.

Leader:  Annette Pasek

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