RE: [nysbirds-l] Least Bittern

2020-05-21 Thread Gus Keri
The Upper pool is the first body of water by the east corner of the ballfield.
You can find it on this map. Just write Upper pool in the search box

 
https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?ie=UTF8=en=0=40.6603430002%2C-73.970560=0.008334%2C0.013733=h=16=1VGHdwtZbH85DNBHbsurJSDVg67k

The last time I saw the bittern it was high on tree opposite of the back gate 
of the pool.
Good luck
Gus 

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 > Gus, So which is the Upper Pool?
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 > Still at the Upper pool of Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Found by Dennis 
 > yesterday.
 > It is difficult though. I got photo of its butt only. LOL
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Re:[nysbirds-l] Least Bittern in Prospect Park-YES

2017-06-24 Thread Rob Jett
Heydi Lopes & I waited out the morning's early downpour under the shelter at 
the end of the Peninsula. At around 8:15am, a few minutes after Heydi left to 
stake out the patch of phragmites by the edge of the Peninsula Meadow, I 
spotted the Least Bittern flying from Duck Island, west, passed the end of the 
"Thumb". I quickly called Heydi, who then watched it fly in front of her and 
into its preferred patch of phrags to her right.

I pedaled home, drenched, but happy.

Good birding,

Rob

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Re: [nysbirds-l] Least Bittern, JBWR, Queens, from Tim Healy

2017-06-03 Thread Tim Healy
Please be ethical in following up on this report. It should go without saying, 
and I shouldn't have had to hesitate and consider whether or not to share this 
record. Least Bittern, though certainly undetected, is an uncommon and 
sensitive species in our area. Potential breeders should not be harassed with 
playback. This individual is quite close to the trail, and readily audible as 
it is. We heard it as we were walking out, and were even able to get quiet 
phone recordings. Good luck if you go for it. 

Cheers!
-Tim H

> On Jun 3, 2017, at 9:45 AM, Donna Schulman  wrote:
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> Tim Healy asks me to report a singing Least Bittern by Big John's Pond, 
> message came at 9:30am today.
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Re: [nysbirds-l] Least Bittern Massapequa

2011-07-20 Thread redknot
Well that would confirm breeding wouldn't it!! Outstanding. That suggests the 
second bird I saw the first night was indeed a female!!  Good work David!

John Turner 

- Original Message -
From: david speiser 
Date: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 11:54 am
Subject: [nysbirds-l] Least Bittern Massapequa
To: nysbirds-l@cornell.edu

 Harry Maas and I observed a young Least Bittern being fed by a 
 parent Least Biitern. 
 The birds were seen from about 730-830 when they disappeared 
 into the outage.
 The birds are in the same location as mentioned in previous 
 posts best watched from the south end of the pond. Look north 
 about 200 feet and scan. The birds were far so I might post a 
 picture later of the young one if it's in focus.
 Good Birding,
 David Speiser
 NY NY
 
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Re: [nysbirds-l] Least Bittern Continues at Massapequa Preserve (Nassau Co.)

2011-07-19 Thread Jim Osterlund
40.690431,-73.455138 - Google Maps


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Re: [nysbirds-l] LEAST BITTERN Clapper Rails (Dune Road); Vesper Grasshopper sparrows (Gabreskie Airport)

2011-05-21 Thread Jim Osterlund
The multi-home driveway John mentions;

40.82121,-72.553164 - Google Maps


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