For those of us getting a later start, could you all on the scene let us
know if the bird does in fact leave when golfers arrive?

On Mon, May 6, 2019 at 5:57 AM Shaibal Mitra <shaibal.mi...@csi.cuny.edu>
wrote:

> Shane Blodgett reports that the bird is present, at 5:55 EDT.
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> bounce-123587943-11143...@list.cornell.edu] on behalf of Shaibal Mitra [
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> Sent: Sunday, May 5, 2019 9:13 PM
> To: NYSBIRDS (NYSBIRDS-L@cornell.edu)
> Subject: [nysbirds-l] Common Greenshank  Info
>
> The Common Greenshank continued at Timber Point when I left at 18:30,
> feeding productively on large worms and other invertebrates on the flooded
> golf course. Birders arriving at the golf course tomorrow morning should
> park at the main parking lot. The favored puddles are immediately east of
> the parking lot, south of a water hazard,  and northeast of the main
> building (the same puddles favored by last spring's Wood Sandpiper). They
> can be viewed from the edge of the main entrance road, between the parking
> lot and the building.
>
> Tomorrow the weather will be better and golfers will be out. I think the
> bird is likely to be present in the early morning, but I fear that it will
> inevitably fly out at some point, and with golfers active on the course, it
> might not return. Thus, it might be prudent for those serious about seeing
> it to commit to an early arrival, rather than awaiting news of its
> continuing presence before heading over.
>
> I've posted some photos here:
>
> https://flic.kr/p/25bXpNP
>
> Shai Mitra
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