[nysbirds-l] Woodcocks -Pound Ridge

2018-02-27 Thread Dave Medd
6+ calling and displaying of Michigan Rd.  Started at 6 pm

Dave 

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[nysbirds-l] woodcocks at NYBG still there?

2017-03-23 Thread Andrew Block
Does anyone know if the woodcocks at NYBG are still being seen there?  Any help 
would be appreciated.
Andrew Andrew v. F. Block
Consulting Naturalist
20 Hancock Avenue, Apt. 3
Yonkers, Westchester Co., New York 10705-4629
Phone: 914-963-3080; Cell: 914-319-9701 


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[nysbirds-l] Woodcocks

2017-03-19 Thread Michael Higgiston
Had about 10 woodcocks displaying in North Fork Preserve in Riverhead, Suffolk 
County this evening between 7 and 7:30.
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[nysbirds-l] Woodcocks

2017-03-18 Thread Carney, Martin
A group of us saw 3 Woodcocks in the New York Botanical Garden between
Azalea Rock and the small stream just west of it.  ThrillingMartin
Carney

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[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 catbird. Looks 
to be an interesting migration this year. 

Good birding, 

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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 ago).  He seemed a 
little disoriented, and was fluttering about a bit.  I went home to see if I 
could find anything to feed  him (no grubs handy, but I thought if he was 
desperate enough he might go for some nuts or seeds), but when I returned  a 
few minutes later he was gone.  No luck trying to refind him.

Best wishes,

Zack Winestine

On Mar 15, 2017, Ardith Bondi wrote:

> At least four American Woodcocks had to be rescued across midtown Manhattan 
> on Wednesday, March 15.


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Re: [nysbirds-l] Woodcocks Displaying, Suffolk County

2016-03-12 Thread Rick & Linda
There were two displaying in Arshamomack Preserve (Chapel Lane) Greenport last 
Monday dusk. Just to the left of the entrance trail.
It was their first display this year. More to follow I hope.

Rick & Linda
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> On Mar 11, 2016, at 7:24 PM, Mike  wrote:
> 
> As expected, there were several Woodcocks calling tonight in the Calverton 
> area in Suffolk County.  My FOS
> 
> Mike Cooper
> Ridge, LI, NY
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>> On Mar 11, 2016, at 2:06 PM, Alan Drogin  wrote:
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>> Have limited access so apologize if someone else already posted.  Just saw a 
>> FOY woodcock hiding in the southeast corner of Bryant Park- in the shadow of 
>> the stone garden shed.  Also others noted Swamp Sparrow had not left a 
>> couple of weeks ago as I had reported.   I found it this afternoon in the 
>> northwest corner.
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Re: [nysbirds-l] Woodcocks Displaying, Suffolk County

2016-03-11 Thread Mike
As expected, there were several Woodcocks calling tonight in the Calverton area 
in Suffolk County.  My FOS

Mike Cooper
Ridge, LI, NY

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> On Mar 11, 2016, at 2:06 PM, Alan Drogin  wrote:
> 
> Have limited access so apologize if someone else already posted.  Just saw a 
> FOY woodcock hiding in the southeast corner of Bryant Park- in the shadow of 
> the stone garden shed.  Also others noted Swamp Sparrow had not left a couple 
> of weeks ago as I had reported.   I found it this afternoon in the northwest 
> corner.
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[nysbirds-l] Woodcocks in Westchester

2016-03-09 Thread Joseph Wallace
My wife and I recently came upon a recovering wetland along Old Post Road
in Armonk (opposite the Beehive restaurant). There's a stream and marshes
and fields where there once a bowling alley stood (only the foundations and
patches of parking lot remain) but are now NYS property.

We went there tonight at about 5:45. A huge chorus of (wood?) frogs,
calling grackles and red-winged blackbirds, and then--at around 6:20--at
least three and likely more woodcocks calling. We caught a few glimpses
from the driveway in, but mostly it was just wonderful to hear them and
think of spring.

Joe Wallace
Pleasantville

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[nysbirds-l] Woodcocks at Jamaica Bay

2012-03-11 Thread Robert Bate

There were at least 6 American Woodcocks displaying, peenting and flying
around in the shrub and grassy area just south of the visitor's center
parking lot at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in Queens County.  They first
appeared at 7:15 as the light was fading but could be seen peenting on the
ground and clearly silhouetted against the sky as they flew around the area.

Rob Bate
Brooklyn, NY


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[nysbirds-l] Woodcocks peenting

2012-02-27 Thread Andreas Kanon
Had 3 Woodcock peenting in the marsh area behind our house this morning
here in Harriman.
This is the first of the year.

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[nysbirds-l] Woodcocks

2011-02-18 Thread robsbate
Speaking of impending spring: on Wednesday I had a Woodcock foraging in the 
Brooklyn Botanic Garden and yesterday one out at Floyd Bennett Field (also in 
Brooklyn).  The bird at FBF was peenting in the brush before hopping out onto 
the edge of the tarmac and then flying off.

It won't be long now.

Rob Bate
Brooklyn


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[nysbirds-l] Woodcocks - Greenwood Cemetery

2010-10-30 Thread Robert Bate
We were able to see 6 American Woodcocks in Brooklyn's historic Greenwood
Cemetery today.  Most were in the area of the Battle Hill Monument.  We
caught sight ofone walking and feeding between gravestones and another later
flew in a circle around us affording excellent views; the rest were birds we
spooked who just took off away from us.  Also lots and lots of
Golden-crowned Kinglets, Chipping Sparrows, Dark-eyed Juncos and Hermit
Thrushes.  Yeah!

Rob Bate
Brooklyn

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[nysbirds-l] Woodcocks at JBWR

2010-04-20 Thread Robert Bate
Yesterday at 8PM we heard and saw a American Woodcock at Jamaica Bay
Wildlife Refuge in Queens, NY.   They often appear at the edges of the brush
in the mowed area just south of the parking lot as the light begins to
disappear.

Rob Bate
Brooklyn

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