Central Park, NYC
Sunday July 14, 2019
OBS: Robert DeCandido, PhD, Deborah Allen, m.ob.

Highlights: Northern Parula, Spotted Sandpiper, Great Blue Heron, & Breeding 
Birds (Gray Catbird, Barn Swallow, Brown-headed Cowbird & others). 

Canada Goose - 22 adults, 5 juveniles
Gadwall - 2 in eclipse plumage Reservoir
Mallard - 42
Mourning Dove - 8
Chimney Swift - 4 together over Humming Tombstone
Spotted Sandpiper - low flyover Lake
Herring Gull - 11 Reservoir
Great Black-backed Gull - 2 Reservoir
Double-crested Cormorant - 11 Reservoir
Great Blue Heron - 2 flyovers
Black-crowned Night-Heron - adult Willow Rock
Red-tailed Hawk - 2 adults over Tupelo Field
Red-bellied Woodpecker - male & female Tupelo Field
Downy Woodpecker - 3 including male juvenile with male adult Warbler Rock
Northern Flicker - family in Ramble
Great Crested Flycatcher - pair Maintenance Field
Eastern Kingbird - adult Turtle Pond (3 fledged last week), adult Warbler Rock
Warbling Vireo - Gill Overlook (Karen Evans)
Blue Jay - 4
Barn Swallow - 4 young in nest, at least 1 adult, 1 or 2 fledged young Reservoir
White-breasted Nuthatch - adult Gill Overlook (Karen Evans)
Carolina Wren - 2 Maintenance Field
Wood Thrush - adult singing near Weather Station (young recently fledged)*
American Robin - many
Gray Catbird - young in nest Upper Lobe, 2 juvs w. half-grown tails Warbler Rock
Cedar Waxwing - 3 east end of Upper Lobe Lawn
Song Sparrow - singing adult north end of Reservoir
Baltimore Oriole - 2 hatch-year birds at Gill Overlook
Red-winged Blackbird - pair Turtle Pond
Brown-headed Cowbird - juv. fed by female Northern Cardinal top of Oven 
Common Grackle - 4 juveniles in Ramble
Northern Parula - continues at Maintenance Field
Northern Cardinal - female feeding Brown-headed Cowbird top of Oven

*Wood Thrush  - Karen Evans, Peter Haskel, Tom Ahlf, et al., observed young in 
the Wood Thrush nest on Wednesday, so the young birds fledged sometime between 
Wednesday and Sunday morning. 

Deb Allen
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