Thank you for this fascinating post. I was mesmerized by these Blue Jays.
A few of us who live in Stuyvesant Town have been birding the complex. We
are working on protecting vulnerable birds from glass collisions here. The
management is supportive, and we have hopes. I saw my only Blackburnian
Thank you Alan, and I will not forget the Golden-winged Warbler.
Stuyvesant Town we have seen 15 warbler species and today a Yellow-billed
Cuckoo was reported by one of my fellow birders there. What is sad, and I
hope we can stop it, is extensive herbicide cosmetic application. My
I also wonder about those 5G satellites, which are already interrupting the
weather satellites and large telescopes. Birds use electric-magnetic
fields of the Earth, but these fields are disturbed. These 5G satellites
are in the ionosphere, not good. There will be over 50,000 of them. The
My friend and I also stayed at the little motel right by, and we saw it
between 7:15 and 7:40 am. It may be molting into alternate plumage now.
We also birded the Shawangunk Grasslands on the way back and saw
Rough-legged Hawk and Short-eared Owl so far away. We also saw a flock
of Pine Siskins
There are also wind developments where the structures do not have external
blades. Look at what Portugal is doing
On Fri, Feb 8, 2019 at 6:26 PM Johny Ortiz wrote:
> Nice. We obviously are in need of alternate forms of energy production
> right now but not at the cost of these lives and
came and at 9:00 am were not seeing it. It appears to be a very
early-morning bird. Anne Lazarus
On Wed, Jan 16, 2019 at 6:33 PM Jesse Jaycox wrote:
> I returned at first light this morning and met two women who were already
> there. Eventually, the golden-crowned sparrow showed and we a
Last weekend on the Linnaean S. I. field trip, we saw this spectacle of N.
Gannets. from Conference House. Are they migrating? They seem to be seen
in the same vicinity.
On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 11:32 AM, Ardith Bondi wrote:
> High tide at Fort Hamilton, The Narrows, was
Friday, Feb. 9, 2018, Alice Deutsch and Anne Lazarus saw the Ross`s Goose and
the Greater White-fronted Goose at Belmont Lake ( off Exit 38
on the Southern State Parkway, L.I. ) We saw geese at about 8:30 am. We saw
the Lapland Longspur at the southeast corner of the East wing of
Parking Lot 2