[nysbirds-l] Top 10 Locations: Additional Counties - 2 (NYS eBird Hotspots)

2017-04-17 Thread Ben Cacace
Location pages have been created for the current top 10 sites for both
Dutchess and Saratoga Counties based on total species seen. Numbers in
parentheses represents the # of sub-locations for these sites.

If you spot any issues with the pages please let me know off list. Also, if
you have visited any of these sites could you help verify that the
'Directions' link on the location pages points to a public parking spot or
to an entrance to the site? Thanks!

Total # of shared locations (hotspots) added to 20 new pages is 36 bringing
the total coverage to 1,441 hotspots or 25.7% of 5,599 for New York State.

*DUTCHESS COUNTY*
Buttercup Farm Audubon Sanctuary (3)
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies (3)
Dennings Point SP
Great Swamp Critically Endangered Area (2)
Mills-Norrie State Park (3)
Peach Hill Park
Stony Kill Farm EEC
Tivoli Bays Wildlife Management Area (5)
Thompson Pond Preserve
Vassar Farm and Ecological Preserve

http://ebirding-nys.wikispaces.com/Dutchess

*SARATOGA COUNTY*
Betar Byway
Bog Meadow Brook Nature Trail
Galway Lake
Hudson Crossing Park
Loughberry Lake (2)
Peebles Island State Park (2)
Saratoga Lake (3)
Saratoga National Historical Park (2)
Vischer Ferry Nature & Historic Preserve
Wrights Loop

http://ebirding-nys.wikispaces.com/Saratoga

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Re:[nysbirds-l] W. Cattle Egret [] NYC 4/16-17

2017-04-17 Thread Thomas Fiore
Thanks, Dom, a good heads-up - I’ve been 3 times on 3 separate days to see. 
all best,
tf
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> On Apr 17, 2017, at 3:22 PM, Dom Garcia-Hall wrote:

> Tom, et al. 
> For what it's worth, if you're still on the fence about seeing this CAEG, it 
> might be prudent to do it soon. I just made a quick pass through and the 
> maintenance guys said they were about to start work on the lawn where it's 
> been feeding. There was heavy machinery involved The egret was still 
> there but was much flightier than it had been (and was out of sight somewhere 
> for the first 30 mins we looked).
> 
> Cheers
> Dom
> 
> www.antbirds.com 
> 
> + 1 646 429 2667
> 
> On 17 April 2017 at 14:57, T Fiore wrote:
> Monday, 17 April, 2017 -
> 
> A Western Cattle Egret is continuing at the north side of West 28th Street, 
> between Eighth & Ninth Avenues in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood.
> 
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> good birding, & thanks to those who offer respect to the birds & all of their 
> observers.
> 
> Tom Fiore
> manhattan


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[nysbirds-l] Red headed woodpecker

2017-04-17 Thread Michael Higgiston
Will someone be so kind and tell me where in Sunken Meadow SP the red headed 
woodpecker has been seen. Thank you
Mike Higgiston 

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[nysbirds-l] Syracuse RBA

2017-04-17 Thread Joseph Brin
*  New York*  Syracuse   
   - April 10 2017
*  NYSY  04.10.17 Hotline: Syracuse Rare bird AlertDates(s):April 10, 2017 - 
April 17, 2017to report by e-mail: brinjoseph AT yahoo.comcovering upstate NY 
counties: Cayuga, Montezuma National Wildlife Refugeand Montezuma Wetlands 
Complex (MWC) (just outside Cayuga County),Onondaga, Oswego, Lewis, Jefferson, 
Oneida, Herkimer,  Madison & Cortlandcompiled: April 17  AT 5 p.m. 
(EDT)compiler: Joseph BrinOnondaga Audubon Homepage: www.onondagaaudubon.org  
Greetings: This is the Syracuse Rare Bird Alert for the week of April 10, 2017.
Highlights--
RED-NECKED GREBEAMERICAN WHITE PELICANBLACK-CROWNED NIGHT-HERONEURASIAN 
GREEN-WINGED TEALEURASIAN WIGEONBLACK VULTURESWAINSON’S HAWKGOLDEN EAGLELITTLE 
GULLICELAND GULLNORTHERN SAW-WHET OWL

Montezuma National Wildlife Complex (MNWC) and Montezuma Wetlands Complex 
(MWC)
     4/11: The EURASIAN GREEN-WINGED TEAL was again seen at the Visitor’s 
Center  and was seen throughout the week including today.     4/13: An EURASIAN 
WIGEON was seen in the Mucklands along Rt. 31 west of the Seneca River.

Derby Hill Bird Observatory
     Only two days with raptors in the thousands but a great week nontheless. 
The total for the week was 6,681 hawks counted. Highlights were 2 SWAINSON’S 
HAWKS on 4/15 and 1 SWAINSON’S HAWK, 2 GOLDEN EAGLES and 1 BLACK VULTURE on 
4/16. An ICELAND GULL was also spotted on 4/16.

Oswego County-
     4/13: A LITTLE GULL was seen from Phillips Point on the north shore of 
Oneida Lake.     4/15: A BLACK-CROWNED NIGHT-HERON was seen from Phillips Point.

Onondaga County
     4/11: A NORTHERN SAW-WHET OWL was heard on DeMong Street in Syracuse.     
4/13: An ICELAND GULL was seen at the confluence of the Oneida and Seneca 
Rivers south of Phoenix.     4/14: An AMERICAN WHITE PELICAN was seen near the 
outlet on Nine Mile Creek on the west side of Onondaga Lake. It was not located 
the next day.     4/15: A RED-NECKED GREBE was seen from the pull off on the 
east side of Onondaga Lake south of Liverpool.

Madison County
     4/16: A RED-NECKED GREBE was seen on Woodman Pond.

Oneida County
     4/14: An ICELAND GULL was seen on the break wall at Sylvan Beach.

Herkimer County
      4/12: Rare for the area REDHEAD and LONG-TAILED DUCKS were seen at the 
McKoons Road Marsh north and west of Richfield Springs.

Migrants reported this week
HOUSE WRENMARSH WRENBROWN THRASHERSORAPALM WARBLERLOUISIANA 
WATERTHRUSHBLUE-GRAY GNATCATCHERPINE WARBLERVIRGINIA RAILSOLITARY 
SANDPIPERCLIFF SWALLOWNASHVILLE WARBLER

             -end report 
    
Joseph BrinRegion 5Baldwinsville, NY 13027  U.S.A.  
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[nysbirds-l] Queens County Bird Club - Wed. April 19 - Dr. Edward Eden will present "Avian and Human Lungs: A Comparison"

2017-04-17 Thread Nancy Tognan
The Queens County Bird Club will be meeting at the Alley Pond Environmental
Center, 228-06 Northern Blvd Douglaston, NY 11362   
>Map of location<  

at 8:00 pm on Wednesday,  April 19, 2017.  Free admission.  Refreshments
served.

Public transit users:  Meeting location is one mile from Bayside LIRR
station;  you may either walk, take the Q12 bus, or use car service located
at the station.

 

Dr. Edward Eden, MD, will present "Avian and Human Lungs:  A Comparison "  

Dr. Edward Eden, a specialist in lung diseases, has a strong
interest in the comparative physiology of lung structure and function in
animals. He grew up in England and as a child was always fascinated by
birds. This interest has developed and flourished throughout his life.
Currently he is the director of the Pulmonary Physiology Laboratory at Mount
Sinai Hospitals,  and is a Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of
Medicine

Dr. Eden will review the principles of structure of
mammalian and avian lungs and the relationship of this to the physiologic
functions of ventilation, gas exchange and oxygen supply. Dr. Eden will
highlight some variations in structure and physiology as adaptations to
oxygen demand in some species of birds.

  

Nancy Tognan 

nancy.tog...@gmail.com 

Vice President, Queens County Bird Club 

 

See http://www.qcbirdclub.org/   for more information on trips, speakers,
and other events.

See our 'Birding Maps & Locations' page for directions to and info about
many local birding hotspots

 

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[nysbirds-l] Caspian Tern: Croton RR Stn

2017-04-17 Thread Anne Swaim
On the falling tide at Croton Bay at the Croton-Harmon RR Station, Westchester 
County: one Caspian Tern sitting with usual Ring-billed and Herring Gull flock 
on rock spit off parking lot directly across from cell tower. 

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Re: [nysbirds-l] W. Cattle Egret & Central Park, NYC 4/16-17

2017-04-17 Thread Dominic Garcia-Hall
Tom, et al.
For what it's worth, if you're still on the fence about seeing this CAEG,
it might be prudent to do it soon. I just made a quick pass through and the
maintenance guys said they were about to start work on the lawn where it's
been feeding. There was heavy machinery involved The egret was still
there but was much flightier than it had been (and was out of sight
somewhere for the first 30 mins we looked).

Cheers
Dom

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On 17 April 2017 at 14:57, Thomas Fiore  wrote:

> Monday, 17 April, 2017 -
>
> A Western Cattle Egret is continuing at the north side of West 28th
> Street, between Eighth & Ninth Avenues in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood.
>
> —
> Central Park (Manhattan, N.Y. City) -
>
> Some of the migration movement in & (far) beyond the park, beyond the
> city, as well as NE into New England & to (or perhaps into) eastern
> Canada’s border; certain migrant species that we aree just barely seeing
> ones or threes of in the NYC area have made it, albeit usually in single or
> small numbers to various sites to to the N/NE… but for some of those spp.,
> a good many in total have passed thru - not the bulk of a species migration
> onward, but more than in single, “overshoot” mode in only minor fashion.
> Of course that surge of very warm air that pushed in on Saturday &
> especially Sunday helped.
>
> The far-north end of the park has been a decent place from which to guage
> some of the movement, but a variety of species have occurred park-wide,
> with however the southern-most end seeming the quietest of any defined
> sector in the park.  There has also been at least some flyover in the first
> hour of daylight, among birds which mainly migrate at night.
>
> A list of some of the species seen in Central today (4/17) & on Sunday, 16
> April:
>
> Common Loon (1, reservoir thru noon Monday)
> Pied-billed Grebe (reservoir)
> Red-necked Grebe (sadly, still on reservoir & it will soon be presumed not
> in prime condition, if it remains thru this month…)
> Double-crested Cormorant (very many fly-overs, often seen from n. end of
> park, esp. on Sunday, plus multiple withiun the park)
> Great Blue Heron (4 were observed on Sunday, with 1 of the 4 seen south of
> 96th St. - all in flight in early morning)
> Great Egret (25++ fly-overs on Sunday, mainly on usual east-west pathway
> across the n. end of park, plus several in the park & cont. into today)
> Snowy Egret (minimum of 2 fly-overs, as above these mainly seen as regular
> fly-overs if paying close attention to the n. end / east-west sky-path)
> Green Heron (undisclosed location in park, although this was perhaps just
> a migrant passing thru - on Sunday)
> Black-crowned Night-Heron (not that many except in late evening-dusk, when
> more come to visit & some may linger & rest the subsequent day[s])
> Turkey Vulture (several; one of these observed with Brenda Inskeep from
> the far north end of the park, Sunday p.m.)
> -
> Canada Goose (modest numbers, some on nests)
> Brant (a few fly-overs, these get more common as fly-overs in the next 2-4
> weeks, if looking up a lot…)
> Wood Duck (minimum of 12 fly-overs, circling the Meer near first-light
> Monday, not stopping in there)
> Gadwall (rather few)
> Mallard
> Northern Shoveler (very modest numbers, still on several water-bodies)
> Green-winged Teal (1 hen (female) on the Lake, Monday early a.m.)
> Bufflehead (20+ in total were continuing in the park into Monday a.m.)
> Ruddy Duck (few remained as of Monday)
> Osprey (not noted by me in past 2 days, but have been seen a few times in
> past week, as fly-overs & one investigating the reservoir briefly)
> Red-tailed Hawk (not uncommon if sought in & near Central Park at any time
> of year)
> American Kestrel (not that uncommon if sought in & near Central Park at
> any time of year, esp. evident in spring thru fall)
> Merlin (at least 2 have been irregularly seen into today & are presumed
> the same 2 lingerers; they are not a pair)
> Peregrine Falcon (occasional to frequently-seen, according in part to
> amount of observers & their attempts to see Manhattan resident birds)
> American Coot (at least 2 continued today, this is a drop-off in numbers
> of 80% from earlier in April)
> Solitary Sandpiper (1, Meer [north end of park], but as too-often seen,
> flushed off by an unleashed large dog & then not re-found; west edge.)
> Laughing Gull (several visited sporadically on more than a few days in the
> past 10+ days, seems less likely very early or very late in day; reservoir)
> Ring-billed Gull (mostly modest numbers)
> Great Black-backed Gull (fair numbers at times)
> ['feral'] Rock Pigeon
> Mourning Dove
> Chimney Swift (one, over Great Lawn Monday a.m., & seen moving
> south-southwest somewhat steadily as a weather front approached w/darkewr
> clouds)
> Red-headed Woodpecker (1 continues in bright plumage in the area just west
> of East 68th Street, but for how much longer - perhaps all 

[nysbirds-l] W. Cattle Egret & Central Park, NYC 4/16-17

2017-04-17 Thread Thomas Fiore
Monday, 17 April, 2017 -

A Western Cattle Egret is continuing at the north side of West 28th Street, 
between Eighth & Ninth Avenues in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood.

—
Central Park (Manhattan, N.Y. City) -

Some of the migration movement in & (far) beyond the park, beyond the city, as 
well as NE into New England & to (or perhaps into) eastern Canada’s border; 
certain migrant species that we aree just barely seeing ones or threes of in 
the NYC area have made it, albeit usually in single or small numbers to various 
sites to to the N/NE… but for some of those spp., a good many in total have 
passed thru - not the bulk of a species migration onward, but more than in 
single, “overshoot” mode in only minor fashion.  Of course that surge of very 
warm air that pushed in on Saturday & especially Sunday helped.

The far-north end of the park has been a decent place from which to guage some 
of the movement, but a variety of species have occurred park-wide, with however 
the southern-most end seeming the quietest of any defined sector in the park.  
There has also been at least some flyover in the first hour of daylight, among 
birds which mainly migrate at night.

A list of some of the species seen in Central today (4/17) & on Sunday, 16 
April:

Common Loon (1, reservoir thru noon Monday)
Pied-billed Grebe (reservoir)
Red-necked Grebe (sadly, still on reservoir & it will soon be presumed not in 
prime condition, if it remains thru this month…)
Double-crested Cormorant (very many fly-overs, often seen from n. end of park, 
esp. on Sunday, plus multiple withiun the park)
Great Blue Heron (4 were observed on Sunday, with 1 of the 4 seen south of 96th 
St. - all in flight in early morning)
Great Egret (25++ fly-overs on Sunday, mainly on usual east-west pathway across 
the n. end of park, plus several in the park & cont. into today)
Snowy Egret (minimum of 2 fly-overs, as above these mainly seen as regular 
fly-overs if paying close attention to the n. end / east-west sky-path)
Green Heron (undisclosed location in park, although this was perhaps just a 
migrant passing thru - on Sunday)
Black-crowned Night-Heron (not that many except in late evening-dusk, when more 
come to visit & some may linger & rest the subsequent day[s])
Turkey Vulture (several; one of these observed with Brenda Inskeep from the far 
north end of the park, Sunday p.m.)
-
Canada Goose (modest numbers, some on nests)
Brant (a few fly-overs, these get more common as fly-overs in the next 2-4 
weeks, if looking up a lot…)
Wood Duck (minimum of 12 fly-overs, circling the Meer near first-light Monday, 
not stopping in there)
Gadwall (rather few)
Mallard
Northern Shoveler (very modest numbers, still on several water-bodies)
Green-winged Teal (1 hen (female) on the Lake, Monday early a.m.)
Bufflehead (20+ in total were continuing in the park into Monday a.m.)
Ruddy Duck (few remained as of Monday)
Osprey (not noted by me in past 2 days, but have been seen a few times in past 
week, as fly-overs & one investigating the reservoir briefly)
Red-tailed Hawk (not uncommon if sought in & near Central Park at any time of 
year)
American Kestrel (not that uncommon if sought in & near Central Park at any 
time of year, esp. evident in spring thru fall)
Merlin (at least 2 have been irregularly seen into today & are presumed the 
same 2 lingerers; they are not a pair)
Peregrine Falcon (occasional to frequently-seen, according in part to amount of 
observers & their attempts to see Manhattan resident birds)
American Coot (at least 2 continued today, this is a drop-off in numbers of 80% 
from earlier in April)
Solitary Sandpiper (1, Meer [north end of park], but as too-often seen, flushed 
off by an unleashed large dog & then not re-found; west edge.)
Laughing Gull (several visited sporadically on more than a few days in the past 
10+ days, seems less likely very early or very late in day; reservoir)
Ring-billed Gull (mostly modest numbers)
Great Black-backed Gull (fair numbers at times)
['feral'] Rock Pigeon
Mourning Dove
Chimney Swift (one, over Great Lawn Monday a.m., & seen moving south-southwest 
somewhat steadily as a weather front approached w/darkewr clouds)
Red-headed Woodpecker (1 continues in bright plumage in the area just west of 
East 68th Street, but for how much longer - perhaps all this month, or…?)
Red-bellied Woodpecker
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (modest numbers; many have passed thru in this month 
relatively unnoticed; more yet to come…)
Downy Woodpecker
Hairy Woodpecker (a regular sighting in the north woods, but can be unobtrusive 
when not calling a lot, nor very active)
Yellow-shafted Flicker (many, including at least modest early morning diurnal 
flight, much more evidennt in north end in earliest hours of the day)
Eastern Phoebe (very few - great numbers have passed thru, but more will be yet 
to come as other migrants also do)
White-eyed Vireo (one, N. Woods, Monday after mid-day)
Blue-headed Vireo (multiple and still many 

[nysbirds-l] STFL-no

2017-04-17 Thread Rob Jett
Pedaled around the fields at Dreier-Offerman with no sign of the Scissor-tailed 
Flycatcher today. Continuing to explore other suitable habitat around the area.

Rob

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[nysbirds-l] Prothonotary Warbler at Lido

2017-04-17 Thread Carney, Martin
Still here as of 145 pm.  Heard, but did not see, Prairie; no sign of
Orange-crowned...Martin Carney

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Re:[nysbirds-l] [ebirdsnyc] Scissor-tailed Flycatcher NO

2017-04-17 Thread Andrew Baksh
Adding to areas covered. I searched unsuccessfully this morning, Brooklyn Army 
Terminal Pier 4 and Bush Terminal Piers Park.

The only highlights were 1 Cy Iceland Gull, very likely the continuing 
individual. Seen at both locations. Also, 1 Common Raven at Bush Terminal Piers 
Park.

It is starting to heat up after a bit of drizzle so if the Scissor-tailed 
Flycatcher is still in the area, it might pop out to eat.

Cheers,


"I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of 
others, rather than to be false, and to incur my own abhorrence." ~ Frederick 
Douglass

風 Swift as the wind
林 Quiet as the forest
火 Conquer like the fire
山 Steady as the mountain
Sun Tzu  The Art of War

> (__/)
> (= '.'=)
> (") _ (") 
> Sent from somewhere in the field using my mobile device! 

Andrew Baksh
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> On Apr 17, 2017, at 10:34 AM, Shane Blodgett shaneblodg...@yahoo.com 
> [ebirdsnyc]  wrote:
> 
> No sign of yesterday's STFL at Drier-Offermann Park or the Six Diamonds ball 
> fields just to the south of the park. Overcast and damp so not a lot of 
> insect activity so it's possible it is just hunkered done somewhere. Will be 
> checking some other nearby areas and post if refound.
> 
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[nysbirds-l] Cattle egret

2017-04-17 Thread Michael Higgiston

In field south of corner of Mecox & Halsey in Bridgehampton 
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[nysbirds-l] Prothonotary - Lido

2017-04-17 Thread matt klein
Present along with a couple of prairie warblers. No sign of the orange crowned 
as of yet.

... to be continued.

On Apr 17, 2017, at 8:23 AM, Dennis Hrehowsik 
> wrote:


Tuesday, April 18th, 7:00 P.M.

Birding at the Bridge: In Search of Every Bird on the Brooklyn Waterfront

Presenter: Heather Wolf

Location: Brooklyn Public Library Central 
Branch at Grand Army Plaza

Heather Wolf will talk about her book “Birding at the Bridge: In Search of 
Every Bird on the Brooklyn Waterfront” and her urban quest to document and 
photograph the birds of Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Heather is a birder and photographer and is a web developer at theCornell Lab 
of Ornithology. She leads bird walks, teaches birding classes and documents the 
birds of Brooklyn Bridge Park on her
blog, 
brooklynbridgebirds.com.

Heather’s photos are currently featured in the Museum of the City of New York’s 
“New York at its Core” Exhibit and Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Environmental 
Education Center.

http://www.brooklynbirdclub.org/meetings.htm

Dennis Hrehowsik

Brooklyn

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[nysbirds-l] Reminder: BBC Evening Presentation Tuesday April 18th 7PM

2017-04-17 Thread Dennis Hrehowsik
*Tuesday, April 18th, 7:00 P.M.*

*Birding at the Bridge: In Search of Every Bird on the Brooklyn Waterfront*

*Presenter: Heather Wolf*

*Location: Brooklyn Public Library Central Branch
 at Grand Army Plaza*

Heather Wolf will talk about her book “Birding at the Bridge: In Search of
Every Bird on the Brooklyn Waterfront” and her urban quest to document and
photograph the birds of Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Heather is a birder and photographer and is a web developer at theCornell
Lab of Ornithology. She leads bird walks, teaches birding classes and
documents the birds of Brooklyn Bridge Park on her
blog, brooklynbridgebirds.com
.

Heather’s photos are currently featured in the Museum of the City of New
York’s “New York at its Core” Exhibit and Brooklyn Bridge Park’s
Environmental Education Center.

http://www.brooklynbirdclub.org/meetings.htm

Dennis Hrehowsik

Brooklyn

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