BLOCK 60D -- Pawling

Updated: 07-29-2019

These data are preliminary CT Bird Atlas results through the most recent breeding season. Quality control checks are still underway, and the results are posted for review purposes only.

If you are familiar with this block, please review the list and let us know if you see species listed that are unlikely to occur in the block, or if the list is missing species that you know were present in breeding habitat and within safe dates, or that were confirmed to be breeding at any time, during the years of the atlas.

If you see possible errors or missing species please notify the atlas team via email at ctbirdatlasdata[AT] Please put 'CT Bird Atlas data review' in the subject line.

Species BreedingStatus
Wild Turkey Possible
Mourning Dove Possible
Chimney Swift Possible
Ruby-throated Hummingbird Probable
Cooper's Hawk Possible
Red-shouldered Hawk Possible
Broad-winged Hawk Possible
Red-tailed Hawk Possible
Barred Owl Possible
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker Confirmed
Red-bellied Woodpecker Possible
Downy Woodpecker Possible
Pileated Woodpecker Possible
Northern Flicker Possible
Eastern Wood-Pewee Probable
Eastern Phoebe Confirmed
Great Crested Flycatcher Probable
Eastern Kingbird Probable
Yellow-throated Vireo Possible
Warbling Vireo Possible
Red-eyed Vireo Probable
Blue Jay Probable
American Crow Confirmed
Purple Martin Possible
Tree Swallow Confirmed
Black-capped Chickadee Confirmed
Tufted Titmouse Probable
White-breasted Nuthatch Confirmed
House Wren Confirmed
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher Confirmed
Eastern Bluebird Confirmed
Veery Confirmed
Hermit Thrush Possible
Wood Thrush Probable
American Robin Confirmed
Gray Catbird Confirmed
Cedar Waxwing Confirmed
House Finch Probable
Purple Finch Possible
American Goldfinch Probable
Chipping Sparrow Confirmed
Song Sparrow Probable
Eastern Towhee Probable
Baltimore Oriole Possible
Red-winged Blackbird Possible
Brown-headed Cowbird Probable
Ovenbird Probable
Louisiana Waterthrush Possible
Blue-winged Warbler Confirmed
Black-and-white Warbler Possible
Common Yellowthroat Possible
Hooded Warbler Possible
American Redstart Confirmed
Yellow Warbler Confirmed
Chestnut-sided Warbler Probable
Scarlet Tanager Confirmed
Northern Cardinal Probable
Rose-breasted Grosbeak Possible
Indigo Bunting Probable
House Sparrow Confirmed