Monthly Archives: November 2013

Snowy Owl continues

This morning, Arlene Borko and I returned to see the Snowy Owl. The bird was being seen by Warren Cairo when we arrived. It was quite distant. It was to the far right in the fields looking toward Turtle Bay. … Continue reading

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Orange County Snowy Owl

This morning I got a call from Scott Baldinger that he and Curt McDermott had relocated the Snowy Owl in the Black Dirt region of Orange County. To make a long story short, many birders were able to come and … Continue reading

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Northern Shrike on Lower/Upper Wisner Road, Warwick, New York

This morning I rushed over to Warwick to try for the Northern Shrike Rob Stone had found nearly three weeks ago. I found the bird almost immediately on Upper Wisner Road. It immediately flew toward Lower Wisner Road and I … Continue reading

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Florida

Hello all. Once again I am on the road and am currently in Yule, Florida. I will be heading to Bonita Beach in the morning with my friend Ed VanBuren. We will be hooking up with some of our old … Continue reading

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Snow Buntings

This morning I checked the water up county to see if anything new had come in. It hadn’t. The best bird of the morning was a Red-necked Grebe at Kiamesha Lake. Originally found by Lance Verderame on Sunday, I found … Continue reading

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Summitville Hawk Watch 11/3/13

I made a brief trip to the Bashakill this morning where I ran in to Matt Zeitler. The water fowl seemed to be about the same as recent days there. I headed up to the hawk watch. For the first … Continue reading

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Bashakill Saturday morning

There was very limited hunting again this morning at the Bashakill. We actually only heard one shot. Karen Miller, Arlene Borko, Scott Baldinger and I spent most of our time on the Birch Trail and even though the ducks were … Continue reading

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