The HAMMOND'S FLYCATCHER has been refound. About 25 birders are seeing it
now. #birdcp via @NYNYbirder

Between Oven and Swampy Pin Oak.

Good birding,

Anders Peltomaa

On Nov 26, 2017 7:49 PM, "Sy Schiff" <icte...@optonline.net> wrote:

There is an excellent report in the “Kingbird”, Vol. 52 I, p 2-7,  March
2002.   Go to the New York State Ornithological association  web site and
look under records and resources  for Publications, then  look under
Kingbird archives.  All the Kingbird Issues (except for recent ones) are
available on line.



Doug Futuyma and John Fritz give a description of the Jones Beach bird and
a point by point analysis of each and every  other conflicting bird.  They
did all the work and culled all the info from literature and experts and
presented their findings.

You don’t need any books after viewing this and looking at Deborah Allen’s
excellent photos.



Sy Schiff




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