>From twitter alert:

Hammond's being seen well by group in the Holly near Gill overlook.
 #birdcp via @WestofCoolrom

This on the west side of the Ramble. Interestingly the bird was seen in the
same American Holly at around the same time on Tuesday afternoon.

Anders Peltomaa
Manhattan




On Thu, Nov 30, 2017 at 2:15 PM Felipe Pimentel <fpime...@hunter.cuny.edu>
wrote:

> The bird has been found at the Ramble. I don’t know the specific name of
> the place, near the old small bridge.
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> On Nov 30, 2017, at 12:33 PM, Anders Peltomaa <anders.pelto...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> I and a small group of birders, mostly out-of-towners have spent the
> morning combing the Ramble. I searched from the slope above the Boathouse
> garbage containers (where the Pac-slope spent time, TWO years ago) and over
> to the Upper Lobe.
>
> It may have expanded its range and wandered off to a different patch of
> the park, or we we just unlucky and it's still in the Ramble.
>
> Good luck if you go out and search.
>
> Anders Peltomaa
> Manhattan
>
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