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Initial Last Name Area Available Language
J Clark Berlin Anytime English
S Mayo Bethany Weekend English
R Tougias Colchester Anytime English, and of course bird song
I am the author of Birding Western Massachusetts and a birding columnist for New England Newspapers. Birding in Colchester is actually very good, we have wetlands, and upland forests with a variety of rural small farms and suburban birds. Happy to give birding tours and info.
M Aldinger Groton Anytime English
I love to watch the migrating birds and identify their calls.
S Shrader Hartford Anytime English
M Aronson New Haven Weekend English, Dutch, German, Spanish
I live a five minute walk to Connecticut's May Warbler Mecca, East Rock Park. It is a 12 minute drive to the Light House Point fall hawk watch. 15 minutes to the Piping Plover and Least Tern breeding colony in West Haven. I rather enjoy scrappy urban birding and am happy to wander around the industrial weed fields of New Haven or Bridgeport's now closed city dump. If the weather is bad I can take you on a bird tour of Yale University's two art museums or point the way to the Peobody Museum's collection of stuffed ones. I'm happy to try and help you find what you are looking for either by taking you there or suggesting places you might try.
K Tomlinson Norwalk Anytime English
Summer shore birds/waders plentiful, varied winter migratory ducks and spring migrants include warblers.
L Nichols Portland Anytime English
M Carter Rocky Hill Anytime English
T Sayers Tolland Anytime English, but we all speak birding
Mixed upland forest, some grassland areas, 1 hour drive to shorebirding. 2 hour drive to Parker River National Wildlife Refuge in Mass. Available anytime during July and August. Tolland is 30 minutes east of Hartford. My son and I are also very serious bird photographers.
T Dzurnak Torrington Anytime English
Been away from birding for a while, but still like to dabble.
J Schwarz Westbrook(Summer) Anytime English, German
E Hagen Woodbury Anytime English


Professional Guides

If you contact a professional Birdingpal guide you must be prepared to pay a fee for guiding services.

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Local Information
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Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Connecticut
Local weather Yahoo
Audubon Greenwich Society Club
Hartford Audubon Society Club
Litchfield Hills Audubon Society Club
Mattabeseck Audubon Society Club
Menunkatuck Audubon Society Club
Natchaug Ornithological Society Club
Naugatuck Valley Audubon Society Club
New Haven Bird Club Club
Potapaug Audubon Society Club
Quinnipiac Valley Audubon Society Club
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Last update 29/01/2014