Fork-Tailed Flycatcher Hadlyme Ferry CT Directions

Fork-tailed Flycather, vagrant, late fall, Hadlyme, CT. ©Townsend P. Dickinson. All Rights Reserved.

Fork-tailed Flycather, vagrant, late fall, Hadlyme, CT. Dec 2, 2013. ©Townsend P. Dickinson. All Rights Reserved.

FORK-TAIL FLYCATCHER is on the EAST SIDE of Hadlyme Connecticut  NOT the side of Chester. Address: 154 Ferry Road, Lyme, CT 06371.

Directions Below:

CT I-95 East  

EXIT 70 

1) Turn Left onto Route 156 and stay on this that also turns into Neck Road, then Hamberg Road to end. 

2) Turn Left onto Route 82 that also turns into Norwich Salem Road, then Ferry Road to end. 

3) Turn left at Ferry Road / Route 431 / Geer Hill Road to Hadlyme Ferry Boat Launch. 154 Ferry Road.

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4 Responses to Fork-Tailed Flycatcher Hadlyme Ferry CT Directions

  1. Elvera Sopkiw says:

    Thank you for your wonderful article and sharing your beautifull photographs about this stunning bird.

  2. Keith says:

    I went out to take some photos yesterday on that side of the river and I came across a group of about 12 all taking photos of this bird at the ferry launch. I got some shots as well but not that great. I need to upgrade my lens. I think I have found a new hobby.

  3. kurbowicz says:

    I happened upon all of the bird watchers there yesterday. It a few shots with my camera but nothing that great. I just searched up the name of the bird and Connecticut. This was the first link. I may have caught the bird watching bug.

  4. sarah brezavar says:

    Beautiful photo of a beautiful bird!

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