4 Black Vultures - rare for Queens County - flew low over Alley Marsh today,
and were tallied for the Alley Creek Hawk Watch. The season's first Osprey
for here also appeared. And more Bald Eagles.

 

A note for anyone that occasionally comes to bird here, or might want to try
hawk watching as a way to get Black Vulture on your Queens list. The Alley
Pond Environmental Center building is being rebuilt. The parking lot is
closed. For parking, use the Alley Pond Golf Center to the east and walk
back to the west for birding on the north side of Northern Blvd., or cross
the road and walk a slight distance east to 234th street for birding in
Alley Marsh. The Parks Department prefers that non-golfers park toward the
east end of the parking lot.

 

Steve Walter


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