FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Birders now will know exactly where to go to see an interesting bird by using the "Connecticut Audubon Bird Finder," newly launched by Fairfield's Connecticut Audubon Society.
The new addition to its website is a carefully curated guide to an unusual or uncommon bird that has been sighted that week in a publicly accessible location.
The bulletins will be compiled by the expert birders on Connecticut Audubon's staff, including Milan Bull, Frank Gallo, Sean Graesser, Andy Rzeznikiewicz, Andy Griswold, Anthony Zemba and Alex Brash.
Each Connecticut Audubon Bird Finder will tell you where that week's bird is located, how to find it and, for those who might not be experts, what it looks like.
Each week by Friday morning, they will post a new bird on its blog . You can subscribe to get blog posts via email by clicking the links on the right side of the page.
The first Connecticut Audubon Bird finder features Black Scoters by Milan Bull, the senior director of science and conservation. You can read it here .
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