A look back at winter birding article

Story in Special Places, the magazine of The Trustees
Story in Special Places, the magazine of The Trustees

With the year’s first major snowfall to hit New England over the next two days, here’s a look back at an article I did a few years ago for The Trustees, a Massachusetts-based conservation organization. Check out the group here to learn more about the good things it does.

Here’s a link to the story, if you can’t read the attached document.

Another winter photo: Tufted titmouse in the snow

Photo by Chris Bosak A tufted titmouse perches on a carabiner that holds up a homemade platform birdfeeder in Danbury, Conn., during the winter of 2016-17.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A tufted titmouse perches on a carabiner that holds up a homemade platform birdfeeder in Danbury, Conn., during the winter of 2016-17.

Just another leftover winter photo.

Audubon Connecticut’s winter bird forecast

Photo by Chris Bosak A Snowy Owl sits on a sign at The Coastal Center at Milford Point in early March 2014.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A Snowy Owl sits on a sign at The Coastal Center at Milford Point in early March 2014.

I wrote previously about my experiences with the Christmas Bird Count in which I saw three warbler species. A good start to winter birding, for sure. What else is in store for us this winter. More Snowy Owls perhaps? The folks at Audubon Connecticut have put together their predications.

They may be found here.