You can also see them on the East River on 34th street. They go up to the 50's
and then down to 23rd street and turn around.
> On Jun 13, 2017, at 8:39 PM, Peter pwp...@nyc.rr.com [ebirdsnyc]
> <ebirdsnyc-nore...@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
> Thus had been going on for many, many years. Skimmers flying up the Hudson at
> night and even appearing regularly. on water bodies in Central Park at night.
> Peter Post
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>> On Jun 13, 2017, at 8:09 PM, Dominic Garcia-Hall <dominic.h...@gmail.com>
>> Whilst I've seen isolated black skimmers every summer for the past few years
>> on this stretch of the Hudson, I've never seen them with such regularity as
>> I have over the last week. Just now another 4 cruised upriver, seeming to
>> have crossed NYC at its point of lowest altitude (smart birds), before
>> bearing west into Weehawken bay.
>> All the birds (12 in total) have taken the exact same route. I suspect
>> they're from one of the Queens breeding populations, and are going to feed
>> nocturnally in the Meadowlands. It's interesting as diurnal-foraging birds
>> are regular at the mouth of the Hudson - at Liberty SP - all summer.
>> Anyway, if you're in need of BLSK for your NY county list, an early evening
>> vigil from Chelsea piers would likely be rewarded.
>> Good skimming.
>> Dominic Garcia-Hall
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