The radar map is showing a massive amount of birds landing in NYC and the
tristate area. I haven't seen this much activities in a long time, especially
between 2 and 3 am.
It is promising for good birding day.
Buff breasted sandpiper at the puddle in field 7 parking lot at 7:57 a.m. with
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On Sun, Sep 8, 2019 at 2:32 PM, ArieGilbert wrote:
viewed from this location at 14.31 on 9-8-19
Central Park NYC
Monday September 9, 2019
OBS: Robert DeCandido, PhD, m.ob.
Highlights: Thirteen species of Wood Warblers, including Prairie and Cape May
warblers, migrating Ospreys, and an uptick in the numbers of Common
Yellowthroats and Veerys.
Canada Goose - flyover flock of 12
September 02, 2019
NYSY 09. 02. 19
Hotline: Syracuse Area Rare Bird Alert
To report by email: brinjoseph AT yahoo DOT com
Reporting upstate counties: Onondaga, Oswego, Madison, Oneida, Herkimer,
Montezuma Wildlife Refuge and Montezuma Wetlands
I led the first of my fall twice-weekly NYC Audubon bird walks in Bryant Park
this morning. We had fairly low diversity but good numbers of several Warbler
species: about a dozen Common Yellowthroat, 5 Northern Waterthrush, several
Ovenbirds and American Redstarts, a B Warbler, and my FOS
I just found a dickcissel behind the van courtland pool in the wetlands
area.thought it might interest some of the regulars in the bx who are in the
area birding Pat hSent from
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NYSbirds-L List Info:
I am interested in detailed birding advice for Orange County, especially the
"black dirt region."
I have been to Pine Island and the Liberty Lane area. Apparently Liberty Lane
is private property and closed to entry now.
Apparently some Sandhill Cranes have been seen recently nearby; also
This is my e-bird report from yesterday. The place is called “Pine Island Turf
Nursery and it is a commercial sod farm (and other crops too). Generally, they
leave birders enter the farm during the weekends and when they are not actively
working on the fields. If they have the “were
We had 43 birds last night and 139 nighthawks tonight. About a dozen came down
toward dusk to feed over the pond, providing great views. Interestingly, 23
birds headed in the opposite direction - from the southwest to the northeast -
from what we usually observe.
It was nice to welcome some