[nysbirds-l] Kentucky Warbler @ Forest Park

2014-05-18 Thread Corey Finger
Seth Ausubel and I are listening to a singing Kentucky Warbler in the gully at Forest Park, Queens. Good Birding, Corey Finger Sent from my iPhone -- NYSbirds-L List Info: http://www.NortheastBirding.com/NYSbirdsWELCOME http://www.NortheastBirding.com/NYSbirdsRULES

[nysbirds-l] Doodletown Road

2014-05-18 Thread Carney, Martin
I birded Doodletown Road yesterday from approximately 8:30 to 1:30. It was a delightful day and the birds did not disappoint. My highlights included 10 warblers: Canada (2), Cerulean (4), Blue-winged, Hooded, Redstarts, Magnolias, Yellow, Black-throated Blue, and the best look I've ever had at a

[nysbirds-l] Kentucky Warblers in Doodletown

2014-05-18 Thread Rob Bate
Towards the end of our trip to Doodletown in Bear Mountain State Park on Saturday, my wife Tracy and myself came across Steve Bauer who alerted us to the presence of a Kentucky Warbler about 100 yards up from the center of town there. We found the location and soon were able to hear the bird

Re: [nysbirds-l] Kentucky Warblers in Doodletown

2014-05-18 Thread Robert Lewis
You wrote:  about 100 yards up from the center of town there.   Please be more precise.  Go to google maps and zoom in.  Are you talking about Lemon Road? Bob Lewis Sleepy Hollow From: Rob Bate robsb...@gmail.com To: nysbirds-l nysbirds-l@cornell.edu

Re: [nysbirds-l] Doodletown Road

2014-05-18 Thread Robert Lewis
This great birding spot is in northern Rockland County.   41.301533, -73.986193 For those who are new to the area:  I just noticed that Google maps no longer shows the correct path for birding Doodletown.  If you go there and zoom in, DO NOT take the path labeled Ramapo-Dunderberg Trail (at

Re: [nysbirds-l] Kentucky Warblers in Doodletown

2014-05-18 Thread Rob Bate
Bob, Yes it was Lemon Road. Walking up from the main Doodletown Road about 100 yards is an intersection with a path that was probably an old road. There is a sign on the right indicating a cemetery off to the right. The KEWAs were in the brush on the left and flying around that area. One had

[nysbirds-l] Inwood Hill Park Mourning Warbler + 3 Yellow-bellied Flycatchers!

2014-05-18 Thread Nadir Souirgi
There was an unprecedented number of Yellow-bellied Flycatchers in Inwood Hill Park this morning- three in total, and more than I've ever seen in one day, let alone in the same location. The first was found in the Meadow, adjacent to the Overlook, the other two were on the ridge trail just

[nysbirds-l] White-faced Ibis...yes

2014-05-18 Thread Pat Palladino
Currently being viewed at the same location as previously seen. Patrick F. Palladino On May 16, 2014, at 5:20 PM, robert adamo radamo4...@gmail.com wrote: Responding to Shai Mitra's posting, I quickly left the house, promising my wife to finish the chores I was involved in (without fail),

Re: [nysbirds-l] White-faced Ibis...yes

2014-05-18 Thread Pat Palladino
The bird just flew off to the east. Patrick F. Palladino On May 18, 2014, at 12:50 PM, Pat Palladino dino1...@hotmail.com wrote: Currently being viewed at the same location as previously seen. Patrick F. Palladino On May 16, 2014, at 5:20 PM, robert adamo radamo4...@gmail.com wrote:

[nysbirds-l] Cassin's Kingbird/ Hallockville - No

2014-05-18 Thread robert adamo
Today, between 0630 0950 I looked, but didn't find. As I was on my way out, I met Paul Buckley, followed by John Sep a short time later. Given the absence of a post, an email or a phone call, I assume they met a fate similar to mine ! Hope to try again later today - also the fields at the North

Re: [nysbirds-l] Cassin's Kingbird/ Hallockville - No

2014-05-18 Thread Robert Lewis
I must have missed the original post.  Can someone post directions and details? Bob Lewis Sleepy Hollow NY From: robert adamo radamo4...@gmail.com To: NY BIRDS NYSBIRDS-L@cornell.edu Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2014 3:13 PM Subject: [nysbirds-l] Cassin's Kingbird/

[nysbirds-l] White- faced Ibis

2014-05-18 Thread mscheibel49
Had distant views of White-faced at 5:15 with about 20 glossies, dull plumage larger size helped differentiate initially. Groups of ibis constantly leaving returning. Mike Scheibel Brookhaven Sent from my iPhone -- NYSbirds-L List Info: http://www.NortheastBirding.com/NYSbirdsWELCOME

[nysbirds-l] Mearns Bird Club(Orange) Annual Break 100 Results

2014-05-18 Thread Curt McDermott
From Friday, May 16th at 4:00PM to Saturday, May 17th at 4:00PM, the Edgar A. Mearns Bird Club of Orange County, held its annual “Break 100”. Beginning on a very wet Friday afternoon, 19 participants braved the weather which gave way to favorable skies and birding on Saturday. The count

Re:[nysbirds-l] White-faced Ibis, Kingbirds other than Eastern, NESTING species all in NYS

2014-05-18 Thread Thomas Fiore
Dear all, Birders appreciate that reporting may be forthcoming, with a full name your hometown - but where is that Ibis flock (1 White-faced Glossys), not mentioned in posts here placed today? (I know where, but does every reader of these posts, and even every subscriber to this list?)

[nysbirds-l] Doodletown: 20+ warblers incl. Kentucky, Bay-breasted, Cape May and others

2014-05-18 Thread Andrew Block
 5/18/14 - Doodletown Rd., Bear Mtn. S.P., Rockland Co., NY   Time: 8am to 12:30pm Observers:  Andrew Block   2 Great Blue Herons many Turkey Vultures 1 Black Vulture 2 Red-tailed Hawks 1 Black-billed Cuckoo 1 Ruby-throated Hummingbird 1 Red-bellied Woodpecker 2 Downy Woodpecker 2 Olive-sided

[nysbirds-l] ravens nesting along North Co. Trailway

2014-05-18 Thread Andrew Block
I was told about ravens nesting along the North County Trailway just south of  Rte. 129 next to the New Croton Reservoir today so I checked them out on my way back from a walk on the trail.  Low and behold there they were with three nests on one of the electrical towers in the Kitchawan

[nysbirds-l] Central Park, NYC 5/18

2014-05-18 Thread Thomas Fiore
Sunday, 18 May, 2014 - Central Park, Manhattan, N.Y. City Interesting migration arrival, with the southern half of the park seeming to reap more of the benefit of both variety numbers, which was just fine with the hundreds of observers who braved the rest of the Sunday crowds and the walk