Monthly Archives: November 2014

Sullivan County Grassland Birds – a clean sweep!

With conditions ideal this morning to find grassland birds in the county, I set out to do just that. The results were good. I went up-county to some of our grassland hotspots. At first, I had covered a great deal … Continue reading

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Great Day on Long Island!

This morning, Bill Fiero and I headed to Long Island to try for some of the “Mega” Rarities that have been being seen recently. It was a great day! We first headed to Floyd Bennett Field to try for the … Continue reading

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Florida Wrap up.

I am on my way back to New York and thought I would write up a summary of my trip. First, I never designated a specific site to the Florida Trip this fall. The reason was that I have been … Continue reading

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Major influx of Gulls on Bonita Beach North Tip, including GLAUCOUS GULL!!

This morning I walked to the point to see if these continuing fronts coming from the north had brought anything new in.  I was surprised to find almost no birds there.  As I scanned the few that were present, It … Continue reading

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Bonita Beach Franklin’s Gull continues

I started out on the beach this morning, working my way up to the point. It was an extremely birdy morning with my highest morning count of gulls and terns so far this trip. When I reached the point, I … Continue reading

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Bonita Beach Franklin’s Gulls!!!

This past week I have found a number of good gulls and terns for the area. (see previous posts) Yesterday, while I was birding the interior of the state, a birder from the area came to the beach here to … Continue reading

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South Central Florida – Co Rt. 846 and Rt. 835 Collier and Hendry

This morning I birded the central part of southern Florida. The above routes are good for many wintering birds and resident birds that I might not get to see elsewhere. It was a great morning with many species seen along … Continue reading

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