Hi folks, super sorry for blitzing the entire list. If anyone is interested
in talking to a journalist about their dead seabird finds in LI, please
reply to me (not all). Would appreciate anecdotes, theories, and other
on-the-ground expertise for a potential online story.
Joe Trezza covered the chaos for Audubon (and touched on the Scottish
history a bit).
On Thu, Nov 9, 2017 at 5:09 PM, Larry Trachtenberg
> The decline of the corn crake
On Fri, May 11, 2018 at 5:41 PM, Ryan Zucker wrote:
> Kevin Topping just found and photographed a KIRTLAND'S WARBLER at the
> northwest corner of the Reservoir in Central Park, Manhattan. Currently
> being viewed by many.
> Ryan Zucker
> New York, NY
> Sent from
Such great species diversity, thanks Tom! Looking forward to the onslaught
of mourning warblers.
Birders, if you have the chance, please take sound recordings of mourning
songs for Jay Pitocchelli's migration-mapping project. It's so neat, and
the community science element is key.
Speaking of Upstate, I really appreciate Joan Collins's detailed updates
from Long Lake. Her writing near rivals Thoreau's. I always learn so much.
Thanks to everyone for keeping the bird broadcasts alive!
On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 9:31 PM, Angus Wilson
> New York
Birders, what tools do you use to make spectrograms that can be turned
into vid files? Song Sleuth doesn't allow you to share the visuals off the
Please don't reply all so we can avoid detracting from the sightings.
Thanks in advance!
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You know what's better than seeing dozens of crossbills? Seeing them with
Joan Collins. I wrote a little story about why the birds and the birder are
Shout out to Doug Futuyma and Mark (last name ?)
Thank you Shai and Peter for these insights. What day do you recommend
going out then to see what this devastating event dredges up? Saturday
morning? (Sorry if you already mentioned).
On Wed, Sep 4, 2019 at 5:07 AM Shaibal Mitra
> Dear Peter,
Adding Audubon magazine's coverage on the Cornell study as well, not for
shameless promotion but because it has a helpful graphic and also does a
by-habitat breakdown of the declines.
Just spent my
Can't wait to learn what you find!
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