Here are several tools that will help you in all of your birding quests in Connecticut: One of the best places to report bird sightings and to connect with area birders in Connecticut is on the CTBirds, the free, public, moderated email list serv provided by the Connecticut Ornithological Association; Be sure to also see the CT Birds Email Archives for emails dating to...Connecticut’s Birding Organization The Connecticut Ornithological Association is the only statewide organization devoted to birds and birding in Connecticut.(It's Time to Pray can also be heard weekdays at am.) Kevin Baldwin I grew up knowing all about God, Jesus, and the Bible, but did not know Jesus personally.

Each includes the species, location, and photographer.

Check out our blog for more sightings of intriguing, uncommon, or otherwise notable birds. 2017 COA Annual Meeting Saturday, March 18, 2017 Speakers: David Sibley, John Kricher, William Burt Download the registration form for the 2017 COA Annual Meeting in PDF form here.

I had an advanced case of Mononucleosis, strep throat, flue, and finally pneumonia. My first out of the house experience, except for school, was a youth retreat to Mt Monadnock with the Youth Group.

I was kept home from school and all outside activities until after the New Year's Day. Here, for the first time, I heard with Spiritual ears what God had been telling me all along.

You will find more information on events, publications, educational opportunities, conservation issues plus photos and videos of rare or memorable birds seen by our members.

The Connecticut Ornithological Association (COA) is the only statewide organization dedicated specifically to Connecticut’s birds, birders, and birding.

The power for LPFM stations is limited to 100 watts or less.

These stations typically cover their city of license and a few surrounding towns.

I knew that I was not good enough, but I kept on trying to please God and men, my parents, teachers, friends, and family.

Finally in my senior year, I was trying so hard and was getting very tired.

The Connecticut Ornithological Association’s 33rd Annual Meeting is being held on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at Middlesex Community College, Middletown.