Both Will Pollard and Joe Girgente reported the reclusive bird between
10:41-11:30 am along the shore edges of Music Island towards the Lefrak Rink
area, presumably in the southeast channel of the Island.Its been adept hiding
in the phragmite or cattail edges since it was seen very early this morning. It
uses the whole island edges for its rounds.
In case anyone pursues it, heres a map
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