Regarding recent sightings & reports of Bronx County (N.Y. City) waders (a.k.a. shorebirds to many Americans) - With the interest & excitement of such a fine showing of shorebirds in even the northern realms of N.Y. City, & as exemplified by keen birders getting out & finding them -& including
Greetings, Birders! North Branch Nature Center next door in Vermont is leading a birding trip to Panama this January 10-19. During this trip, clouds of feuding hummingbirds will whiz around your head while you ponder the meaning of life in the bedazzling tail of a Resplendant Quetzal. Discover
Friday, 16th August, 2019 Central Park, Manhattan, N.Y. City - A bright (apparent male) Prothonotary Warbler has been found (& photographed, by J. Suzuki) at The Pond, in Central Park’s southeast quadrant & corner. The sighting at least as first-discovered was around the waterfall feature,
One phalarope still being seen as of 6:30 along the southern edge of the reservoir, near the terminus of University Pl. It has been following yellowlegs around the middle sections of the flats. One Pectoral was well hidden near University Pl as well. Did not see any White-rumped or dowitchers.
- RBA * New York * New York City, Long Island, Westchester County * Aug. 16, 2019 * NYNY1908.16 - Birds mentioned BRIDLED TERN+ WHITE-WINGED DOVE+ SAY'S PHOEBE+ (+ Details requested by NYSARC) GULL-BILLED TERN CASPIAN TERN BLACK TERN WILSON'S PHALAROPE Short-billed Dowitcher Pectoral Sandpiper