Not many but good variety including Wilson’s Phalarope (from the Raunt),
Buff-breasted Sandpiper (SW), Stilt Sandpiper (2 S), etc.
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Central Park NYC
Saturday, September 21, 2019
OBS: Robert DeCandido, PhD, Deborah Allen, m.ob.
Highlights: Yellow-billed Cuckoo, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, 9 Wood Warbler Species,
southbound Sharp-shinned & Cooper's Hawks.
Canada Goose - flyover flock of 6 Ramble
Gadwall - male SW corner Reservoir
Birders et al,
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On my excursion of two days ago, which I posted about, I saw no "do not enter"
or "private property" signs. I am speaking of the gravel roads. I would not
even think of entering the fields.
On Monday, September 23, 2019, 4:05:43 PM EDT, sophiesaid
Another productive night with stunning skies and clouds with 152 nighthawks
flying through it. We've now passed 2,000 birds.saw the red bat
again..we were joined by Spike Millington, Vice President and Director of
the Asia Program at the International Crane Foundation.
Transport Lane is another private road that birders are not welcome on for
about 15 years.
Ajit I. Antony
Mearns Bird Club, Orange County New York
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On Mon, Sep 23, 2019 at 3:52 PM -0400, "ArieGilbert"
Trespassing is *against the law*.
Its intersection with Pine Island Turnpike is unmarked and it appears to be a
public road. However, it is of no value to the birder as it ends quickly at
Bob LewisSleepy Hollow NY
On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, 5:45:39 PM EDT, Ajit Antony
Transport Lane is
Last year and this year I have seen a number of Royal Terns in Brooklyn
banded with field-readable bands -- six this summer and early fall alone.
They have all been juveniles banded a month or two before I saw them, all
from one of two colonies in Virginia, either near Chincoteague or Hampton
A Lincoln's Sparrow has been seen over the past two days in the begonia
garden surrounding the bird bath at the northeast corner of the park. This
is on the west side of the New York Public library just south of the
restrooms. It was discovered on Monday evening and spotted again today