[nysbirds-l] Arthur Singer, American Master - BirdCallsRadio

2019-09-03 Thread Mardi Dickinson
Birders et al, I thought many of you would be interested in my next guest Paul Singer, co-author of Arthur Singer, The Wildlife Art of an American Master sits down to talk about his father’s wildlife art. https://bit.ly/2akUsxp Happy Birding! Cheers, Mardi Dickinson -- NYSbirds-L List Info:

[nysbirds-l] Hurricane Dorian

2019-09-03 Thread Shaibal Mitra
The earliest models for Dorian’s track indicated a likelihood that the storm would track almost due north and pass to the west of Long Island—or at least parts of Long Island. This is the scenario that is likely to produce tropical terns and other Gulf Stream birds onshore on Long Island. With

Re: [nysbirds-l] Hurricane Dorian

2019-09-03 Thread david nicosia
Dorian likely will pass well southeast of LI Friday night to Saturday. There will be northerly winds from the surface to at least 30,000 feet AGL Saturday morning. In the lowest few thousand feet winds will be primarily north to northeast.  I am not sure what this means for LI exactly, but the

Re: [nysbirds-l] Hurricane Dorian

2019-09-03 Thread Peter Post
All well and good, but the problem nowadays is access, access, access! Or I should say lack of access! I spent most of the Sept. 7th, 1979, during hurricane David, at Robert Mosses SP. Every 10 or 15 minutes a small flock of Sooty Terns would fly by with an occasional Bridled. By the end of

[nysbirds-l] Hurricane Dorian

2019-09-03 Thread David Nicosia
Dorian likely will pass well southeast of LI Friday night to Saturday. There will be northerly winds from the surface to at least 30,000 feet AGL Saturday morning. In the lowest few thousand feet winds will be primarily north to northeast. I am not sure what this means for LI exactly, but the