Monthly Archives: June 2014

Odds and ends again!

It was an odd morning, nothing really seemed to click, but eventually everything fell into place. I was trying to get out the house to meet Karen Miller at he Bashakill. I was running late and looked out the window … Continue reading

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Sullivan County odds and ends

I traveled around parts of the county today looking for anything new. I covered the Apollo Plaza, Neversink River and Reservoir and Morningside Park. At the Apollo, the Osprey pair continue to feed unseen chicks. The nest is so deep … Continue reading

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Sullivan County Black-bellied Whistling Ducks

A New York state DEC employee banding Canada Geese at Morningside Park in Fallsburg discovered six BLACK-BELLIED WHISTLING DUCKS on the lake. He viewed them over the course of the day and then notified Sullivan County Audubon. Many people were … Continue reading

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Suffolk County Long Island

Bill Fiero and I took a trip to Suffolk County Long Island on Monday 6/23/14. We had many target birds and though we missed a number of them, we had a great day. Our first stop was Cupsogue County Park. … Continue reading

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Neversink Reservoir and River

This morning I went out to try to fill some voids in the E-Bird bar chart list of birds in Sullivan County. I noticed that three uncommon but regular breeders and two uncommon but regular over-summering species have never been … Continue reading

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Common Merganser Family

Another rainy day had me seeking out birds on the water. I was hoping for some possible waterfowl that may have put down in the heavy rain. I found nothing new, but along the Neversink River, I found a number … Continue reading

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Odds and Ends!

As I mentioned last week, I’ve been very busy. I have been out and about to many spots that I just hadn’t had time to mention in my blog. I’ve found many interesting things throughout this period and thought some … Continue reading

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