When working on the NYS eBird Hotspots wiki I'll compare the previous bar chart list of species with the current one picking up any additions or deletions. By going to each county's 'Overview' page you can determine the date the species was added by county. Some are from newly submitted checklists
#fake news I got home and looked at my photos of what I now believe was just a Great Crested Flycatcher. Sorry for the MIS information. I did some crazy stuff last night so I'm going to sleep now. Tyler Goldstein Jericho, NY On Thursday, October 5, 2017, Tyler Goldstein
Flycatching this morning by the hedgerow and then relocated by the trees west of the coast guard installation. Disappears sometimes so patience is needed. Tyler Goldstein Jericho, NY -- NYSbirds-L List Info: http://www.NortheastBirding.com/NYSbirdsWELCOME.htm
I have to wonder if the poor person who owns Maui has any idea the boat is getting covered in guano. [cid:image001.png@01D33DDA.E78C41D0] Bob Grover d +1 (631) 761-7369 | c +1 (516) 318-8536 An Equal Opportunity Employer From: bounce-121911507-3714...@list.cornell.edu
.continuing on top of Maui sailboat mast. viewed from this location at 0.41pm on 10-05-2017 http://maps.google.com/maps?q=41.06733656,-71.93489023 41.06733656,-71.93489023 Arie Gilbert No. Babylon NY www.powerbirder.blogspot www.qcbirdclub.org -- Sent from Loretta IV in the field --
Received a call this morning from Bob P. that Bob A. relocated the American Golden Plover that he found on Monday. Bird is currently hanging out on the swale with Kildeer, one Lesser Yellowlegs and Canada Geese. Ed B. had trouble posting this so I did it for him. You missed this one Arie G!
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Sue and I spent a pleasant morning birding the East Pond at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge today. Highlights included continuing American Avocet, Caspian Tern, and Bald Eagle. Other species of note were American Golden Plover(2), Eurasian Wigeon(1) and American Pipit (5). The presence of the Bald