At least 4 Brown Boobies were reported in Maryland the other day. Seems like a 
bit if an incursion.

 

Ian Resnick

Bayside, Quuens

 

From: bounce-123795988-81378...@list.cornell.edu 
[mailto:bounce-123795988-81378...@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of David Chernack
Sent: Sunday, August 04, 2019 10:26 AM
To: Larry Trachtenberg <trachtenb...@amsllp.com>
Cc: NYSBirds-L@Cornell.edu
Subject: Re: [nysbirds-l] Brown booby

 

I commented on their Instagram post to ask for more details and got this 
response:

 

"It landed right after we struck sail late afternoon (8/3) and stayed right 
before we docked, then flew off towards storm king mountain."

 

No other details however. Also this serves a s a good reminder to keep your 
eyes peeled on social media or other non-traditional places for rarities, I 
don't think the bird would have been reported otherwise! 

 

David Chernack

Dutchess Co.

 

On Sun, Aug 4, 2019, 10:07 AM Larry Trachtenberg <trachtenb...@amsllp.com 
<mailto:trachtenb...@amsllp.com> > wrote:

Apparently on a sail of the sloop Clearwater out of Cold Spring (Putnam county) 
a BROWN BOOBY landed on the boat. Occurred yesterday (8/3). Unknown to me 
exactly where boat was or time of day.  For those who have the Instagram photos 
posted on Clearwater cite which were sent to me.  Unmistakeable. Perhaps  check 
Instagram to see if anymore info. Curious if same bird seen around Sandy Hook 
NJ and then Long Island recently?   

 

L. Trachtenberg 

Ossining NY

Sent from my iPhone


On Aug 4, 2019, at 9:32 AM, John Gluth <jgl...@optonline.net 
<mailto:jgl...@optonline.net> > wrote:

-CAUTION: EXTERNAL EMAIL

 

The Hudsonian and Marbled Godwits reported by Ken and Sue Fuestel yesterday are 
still present this morning, albeit on a more distant sandbar farther north 
inside Old Inlet. Currently in the same scope view with a Caspian Tern. Also 
several Red Knot.  

 

WARNING: Smith Point Park is closed for a triathalon, requiring one to park in 
the Shirley marina parking lot and wall across the bridge.

John Gluth, sent from my iPhone

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