Re: [nysbirds-l] Hudsonian Godwit, White-faced Ibis, JBWR now

2021-07-09 Thread Clayton Raithel
Hudsonian godwit still here if you are considering making the trek out.
East pond from the lookout by Bug John’s.

-C

On Fri, Jul 9, 2021 at 11:17 AM Doug Gochfeld  wrote:

> There is currently an adult male Hudsonian Godwit along the east side of
> the East Pond at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in Queens. It is just north of
> the Raunt, and visible from the overlook at the end of the Big John’s Pond
> trail.
>
> There is also an adult White-faced Ibis (presumably the continuing bird)
> that was initially at the south end of the pond, then in the same vicinity
> as the godwit (presumably the same individual having relocated), and now
> not currently in view from my vantage. A Gull-billed Tern is also foraging
> around the pond.
>
> I recommend knee-high rubber boots for anyone wanting to actually walk the
> edge of the pond from either south or north ends, though they are not
> necessary to view the pond from the south end or the Big John’s Pond trail.
>
> Good Birding
> -Doug Gochfeld. Brooklyn, NY.
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Re: [nysbirds-l] Hudsonian Godwit, White-faced Ibis, JBWR now

2021-07-09 Thread Clayton Raithel
Hudsonian godwit still here if you are considering making the trek out.
East pond from the lookout by Bug John’s.

-C

On Fri, Jul 9, 2021 at 11:17 AM Doug Gochfeld  wrote:

> There is currently an adult male Hudsonian Godwit along the east side of
> the East Pond at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in Queens. It is just north of
> the Raunt, and visible from the overlook at the end of the Big John’s Pond
> trail.
>
> There is also an adult White-faced Ibis (presumably the continuing bird)
> that was initially at the south end of the pond, then in the same vicinity
> as the godwit (presumably the same individual having relocated), and now
> not currently in view from my vantage. A Gull-billed Tern is also foraging
> around the pond.
>
> I recommend knee-high rubber boots for anyone wanting to actually walk the
> edge of the pond from either south or north ends, though they are not
> necessary to view the pond from the south end or the Big John’s Pond trail.
>
> Good Birding
> -Doug Gochfeld. Brooklyn, NY.
>
>
>
> ——
>
>
>
> Douglas Gochfeld. Brooklyn, NY.
> Field Guides Birding Tours
> https://fieldguides.com/guides/doug-gochfeld/
> https://www.instagram.com/douglasgochfeld/
> https://www.outbirding.com
>
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[nysbirds-l] Hudsonian Godwit, White-faced Ibis, JBWR now

2021-07-09 Thread Doug Gochfeld
There is currently an adult male Hudsonian Godwit along the east side of
the East Pond at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in Queens. It is just north of
the Raunt, and visible from the overlook at the end of the Big John’s Pond
trail.

There is also an adult White-faced Ibis (presumably the continuing bird)
that was initially at the south end of the pond, then in the same vicinity
as the godwit (presumably the same individual having relocated), and now
not currently in view from my vantage. A Gull-billed Tern is also foraging
around the pond.

I recommend knee-high rubber boots for anyone wanting to actually walk the
edge of the pond from either south or north ends, though they are not
necessary to view the pond from the south end or the Big John’s Pond trail.

Good Birding
-Doug Gochfeld. Brooklyn, NY.



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[nysbirds-l] Hudsonian Godwit, White-faced Ibis, JBWR now

2021-07-09 Thread Doug Gochfeld
There is currently an adult male Hudsonian Godwit along the east side of
the East Pond at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in Queens. It is just north of
the Raunt, and visible from the overlook at the end of the Big John’s Pond
trail.

There is also an adult White-faced Ibis (presumably the continuing bird)
that was initially at the south end of the pond, then in the same vicinity
as the godwit (presumably the same individual having relocated), and now
not currently in view from my vantage. A Gull-billed Tern is also foraging
around the pond.

I recommend knee-high rubber boots for anyone wanting to actually walk the
edge of the pond from either south or north ends, though they are not
necessary to view the pond from the south end or the Big John’s Pond trail.

Good Birding
-Doug Gochfeld. Brooklyn, NY.



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