Monthly Archives: September 2014

California Condor now ABA countable! #676

The ABA recently voted by a margin of 4 to 1 to make species that have been reintroduced to the wild countable once they have begun breeding again. Here is the new regulation regarding this action. A complete account will … Continue reading

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Baird’s Sandpiper continues

The Baird’s Sandpiper at the Apollo Plaza continues this afternoon. Showing nicely for Matt Zeitler, Ken McDermott and Scott Baldinger. The bird is feeding vigorously and hopefully will remain at least through dark. At 5 pm it is still here.

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Apollo Plaza – BAIRD’S SANDPIPER

This morning I had planned on going to Six and Half Station Road to try for some shore birds. Matt Zeitler has still had some there and I was hoping perhaps something good may have come in. Before I could … Continue reading

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Bashakill Interesting Morning

It has been somewhat quieter at the Bashakill the last couple of days. Warblers have been almost nonexistent. Sparrows on the other hand continue to increase. A few interesting birds today made it worth while getting out. On Haven Road … Continue reading

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Morningside Park

I wanted to do something different this morning. Morningside Park has not been very productive the last couple of weeks, resulting in no posts about the spot. I haven’t been over in about a week and wanted to see if … Continue reading

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Bashakill Great Morning

The Bashakill has been pretty lively most of the past week. This morning was no exception. Karen Miller, Wilma Amthor, Kevin Kriesher and I birded most of the good spots and had some really nice birds. First, at Haven Road … Continue reading

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Bashakill – CONNECTICUT WARBLER!!

A great day at the Bashakill today resulted in 50 species seen by me. I was out birding, and joined Scott Baldinger, Gene McGary, Mary Busky and Kathy Ashman. Highlights included 12 species of warblers, a juvenile Black-billed Cuckoo, an … Continue reading

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