Present now, 8:35, near 92 street.  Same area. Huge mob present.

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> On May 12, 2018, at 6:47 AM, Thomas Fiore <tom...@earthlink.net> wrote:
> 
> Friday & Saturday, 11-12 May, 2018 -
> 
> The now-singing softly KIRTLAND’S WARBLER, seen again in the same area near 
> the Central Park (Manhattan, New York City) West Drive - park roadway - and 
> just north of a park entrance at West 90th St. & Central Park West, is an 
> apparent first-spring male, by the combination of subdued plumage features 
> with it’s now reported & observed singing a bit, as it was not (repoirted to) 
> on Friday, & my prior post (with far more reporting) thus amended as to the 
> likely sex of this rarity.  Thanks to ornithologist Kevin Bennett for 
> alerting us on-scene early Saturday, May 12th.
> 
> PLEASE DO NOT play any recordings of this bird, or others, in the vicinity of 
> this warbler, as many (probably many hundreds) will be wanting to have a 
> chance to observe, visually and aurally this rare species with no disturbance 
> to the bird itself and also no unneeded disturbance to the aural landscape 
> within hearing (i.e. within some hundreds of feet) of this & adjacent birds.  
> Let’s all self-police in this & other obvious respects, in order that order & 
> commonsense is maintained for & by a gathering of birders & others with 
> interest that is sure to grow to very large size.  
> 
> There will be patrols by the N.Y. Police Dept. & Parks Dept. as well as other 
> officials (in & out of uniforms) to assist in any situations, but we can make 
> it easier by not allowing any “situations” to occur which would be 
> detrimental to the birds, to their observers, and to the general public and 
> our NYC first-responders and others who will be out & about where this, and 
> many other birds are going to be observed this weekend.
> 
> Thanks & good luck,
> 
> Tom Fiore
> manhattan
> 
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