Inwood Hill Park NYC Saturday March 10, 2018
Central Park NYC Sunday March 11, 2018
OBS: Robert DeCandido, PhD, Deborah Allen, m.ob.

Highlights: 
Saturday Inwood Hill Park: Eastern Screech-Owls.

Sunday Central Park: Northern Pintail, Cedar Waxwings, Fox Sparrows, 
Golden-crowned Kinglet, Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Great Blue Heron. 
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Central Park (Sunday):
Canada Goose - 95 (Reservoir & Lake)
Northern Shoveler - around 60 (22 Reservoir, around 40 Turtle Pond, 6 Lake)
Mallard - around 40 (Reservoir, Lake & Turtle Pond) usually about as many at 
the Pond
Northern Pintail - male Lake near mouth of the Gill (Carine Mitchell)
Bufflehead - 11 (6 males & 5 females Reservoir some males displaying)
Ruddy Duck - 34 Reservoir
Mourning Dove - 10 (5 near feeders, 2 Sparrow Rock, 3 Turtle Pond)
American Coot - 4 Reservoir
Ring-billed Gull - around 100 Reservoir
Herring Gull - a few at Reservoir & a few flyovers
Great Black-backed Gull - at least 3 Reservoir
Double-crested Cormorant - immature north end Reservoir
Great Blue Heron - adult on Reservoir dike
Red-tailed Hawk - 2 flyovers (Carine & Deb)
Red-bellied Woodpecker - several
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker - male in maple north of Gill Source with camp 
followers
Downy Woodpecker - 4
Blue Jay - several locations
Black-capped Chickadee - Evodia Field feeders
Tufted Titmouse - 3 (3 feeders, 3 north of Gill Source - the same birds?)
White-breasted Nuthatch - 2 (feeders & north of Gill Source)
Golden-crowned Kinglet - male Upper Lobe (Deb)
Cedar Waxwing - 8 near Indian Cave (Sandra Critelli)
House Finch - at least 10 (feeders & Maintenance Field)
American Goldfinch - 15
Fox Sparrow - 3 near Evodia Field feeders (Mark Siegeltuch)
Song Sparrow - 2 Sparrow Rock
Dark-eyed Junco - 10 including several at feeders
Red-winged Blackbird - 3 (2 adult males at feeders (Carine M.), 1 young male 
south of Azalea Pond)
Common Grackle - scattered small flocks
Northern Cardinal - at least 8, many males singing 

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At Inwood Hill Park on Saturday (March 24) we saw two gray-morph Eastern 
Screech-Owls and heard at least one other. 


Deb Allen
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