[nysbirds-l] Two new marine birding opportunities, including NY LIS waters

2017-03-16 Thread Thomas Robben
PLEASE JOIN US: Two new events open to everyone who loves marine birds, pelagic birds, marine science, science, oceans, conservation, etc: March 25th: SEAWATCH ​spanning LIS​ ​ ​(​ Long Island Sound ​)​ . If you would like to contribute an hour or two, at a location of your choice, please see

[nysbirds-l] RBA Buffalo Bird Report 16 Mar 2017

2017-03-16 Thread David Suggs
- RBA * New York * Buffalo * 03/16/2017 * NYBU1703.16 - Birds mentioned --- Please submit reports to dsu...@buffaloornithologicalsociety.org --- RING-BILLED GULL X BLACK-HEADED GULL SANDHILL CRANE

[nysbirds-l] Hendrickson Park update, RHWO yes, geese no

2017-03-16 Thread Tim Healy
If any folks are interested for year listing purposes, photography, or general bird enjoyment in the chilly doldrums of March, the Red-headed Woodpecker continues at Hendrickson Park in Valley Stream. It is approaching full adult plumage, with a more-red-than-not head developing that crushed

[nysbirds-l] Woodcocks in Massapequa

2017-03-16 Thread Peter Reisfeld
Timberdoodlemania is not just confined to New York City. Around 1PM today as I was searching (unsuccessfully) for the Northern Goshawk at the Massapequa Preserve I surprised 3 American woodcocks just west of the Pittsburgh Avenue lake. Also seen in the park were killdeer and an overwintering

[nysbirds-l] American Woodcock Event in NYC Parks.

2017-03-16 Thread Anders Peltomaa
Hi all, This morning I counted 21 (yes Twenty-one!!) American Woodcocks on my morning walk in Central Park, and I only covered the Ramble Area. In addition to the Woodcocks I also found a Wilson's snipe. Here is a link to my Flickr page with some photos:

Re:[nysbirds-l] Woodcocks around Manhattan

2017-03-16 Thread Zack
I just saw an American Woodcock about 25 minutes ago on a handicapped access ramp leading to 799 Washington Street at the northeast corner of Horatio and Washington Streets in Manhattan's Far West Village (kitty corner from the small "park" where the Couch's Kingbird was first seen two years