Scoping for the birds in Old Lyme
Old Lyme — Hollis and Gery Barry of Essex went birdwatching Friday along the shore of the Connecticut River at Ferry Landing Park.
For a closer look, Hollis was using a spotting scope. She said she frequently goes birding because the species are ever changing. On Friday she had spotted goldeneyes, buffleheads, grebs and mergansers.
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