Monthly Archives: March 2013

Bashakill

This morning there were some distinct changes at the Bashakill. Duck numbers had dropped considerably overnight. While most species were still present, some were down to a few individuals and others like Ring-necked Duck was down to probably 100 from … Continue reading

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Bashakill

Things had change little today at the Bash. Ring-neck Duck numbers remain very high with 600 the likely total. Rusty Blackbirds continued this afternoon with 130 right on Haven Road near the orchard. Tree Swallows were seen several times in … Continue reading

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A Bashakill Peregrine

This afternoon I went out again for a couple of hours. It is so busy at the Bash at this time of year, I can’t pull myself away. I was glad I went back out. In Westbrookville near the Deli … Continue reading

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Bashakill today.

The Bashakill continues to be jumping. Highlights this morning were the continuing 500 + Ring-necked Ducks, 23 American Wigeon, 20 Northern Pintail, 100+ Wood Ducks, 25 Green-winged Teal, 2 Lesser Scaup, 1 Greater Scaup, 15 Bufflehead, 3 Common Goldeneye, 40 … Continue reading

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Bashakill Annual Wonderful Water Fowl Field Trip

This morning 19 participants joined me for my annual Water Fowl field trip. We had a great morning though the wind and cold made it somewhat of a challenge. We had a dozen species of ducks as well as Canada … Continue reading

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Winter Waterfowl

This morning 19 participants joined me for my annual Water Fowl field trip. This morning 19 participants joined me for my annual Water Fowl field trip. We had a great morning though the wind and cold made it somewhat of … Continue reading

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Massachusetts Fieldfare!

This morning I met Ken McDermott and Danny Messina in Newburgh where we started our trip north to Carlisle Massachusetts. Three and a half hours later we arrived at 338 Maple Street. After some confusion over where the birders were … Continue reading

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