[nysbirds-l] Croton Point - LASP, Yes!

2015-12-14 Thread Matthew Fuirst
The croton point lark sparrow is still present at Croton Point Park. Larry's directions were spot on. Bird was found in the largest patch of bushes on the left side of the road up to the nature center after the willow. Great looks and was pretty stationary for a while. Good luck! Best, Matt

Re: [nysbirds-l] Brown booby off Fire Island (Suffolk Co)

2018-07-31 Thread Matthew Fuirst
Thanks for sending this along Charlie. Just to follow up on our sighting, the brown booby was seen at N 40 30.076 and W 72 59.692. It flew by the boat and was heading SE (maybe towards Montauk...) Best, Matt Fuirst On Tue, Jul 31, 2018 at 8:57 AM, Charles Witek wrote: > Yesterday afternoon,

[nysbirds-l] Pelagic Bird Sightings - Stony Brook University Offshore Surveys

2018-07-26 Thread Matthew Fuirst
Hi all, The Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences has started an emerging series of offshore transect surveys to monitor marine life in New York's pelagic waters. From July 14th-July 21st we had our first research cruise. The focus of this cruise was focused on marine

[nysbirds-l] Summer tanager @ Stony Brook University

2018-04-17 Thread Matthew Fuirst
Currently observing a summer tanager outside my graduate building at Stony Brook University, specifically the south campus. Bird is currently hanging around the feeders by Challenger hall. I have attached a photo. Best, Matt Fuirst -- NYSbirds-L List Info: