Monthly Archives: March 2012

Sullivan County Waterfowl FALLOUT!

This morning Lance Verderame alerted several of us that he was out early and there had been a major fallout of waterfowl during the storm overnight. He had visited several sites, finding an abundance of birds. I picked up Arlene … Continue reading

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Another Great day of birding in Sullivan County

This morning I headed out to some of the hot spots of the county. First, the Common Loon returned to Yankee Lake. Secondly, I stopped at the Bashakill which was fairly quiet. As I walked Haven Road, I looked down … Continue reading

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Spring has certainly arrived!

This flock of Turkeys were courting along the road in Yankee Lake today 3/21/12. Always a great sight and a harbinger of spring.

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Deli Fields Bashakill

Late this morning, I birded the Deli Fields in Westbrookville. I happened on it at a good time. There were at least a dozen Song Sparrows singing, my FOS FIELD SPARROW, half a dozen Eastern Phoebe’s and a Northern Flicker. … Continue reading

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Recent happenings

The abundance of waterfowl seems to have departed for parts north. Most of the ducks at the Bashakill are gone, leaving Mallards, Blacks and Wood Ducks still in good number. A few Green-winged Teal and American Wigeon can still be … Continue reading

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Bashakill 3/11/12

The abundance of waterfowl continued at the Bashakill today. A few species had increased in number, while some decreased. Either way many species were represented and it was a great day of birding. Here is a list of what was … Continue reading

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Gray-crowned Rosy-finch and much more! 3/7/12

This morning Renee Davis and I headed north to Lewis County. We were going to meet Ken McDermott, Danny Messina and Lisa O’Gorman to seek out the Gray-crowned Rosy-finch. En-route, only one and a half miles from our destiny, Renee … Continue reading

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