Monthly Archives: April 2015

Bashakill – Tuesday

Things have quieted down again at the Bashakill. Notable waterfowl included the many Ring-necked Ducks and at least 10 Green-winged Teal. I was unable to spot the flock of assorted ducks that have been off the Stop Sign Trail today. … Continue reading

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First real passerine movement at Bashakill this spring!

I met Karen Miller and Arlene Borko at the Bashakill this morning hoping for some movement overnight. That’s exactly what happened. As we were scanning a small mixed species flock at the Haven Road Parking Lot, we found Yellow-rumped Warblers, … Continue reading

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Sullivan County Yellow-throated Warbler……..YES!!!!

On Thursday morning, Rebekah Creshkoff found an adult male YELLOW-THROATED WARBLER feeding on the suet at her feeding station. She reported the bird to ebird, and Richard Guthrie notified me of the potential rarity in our county. I spoke with … Continue reading

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Miserable Nasty Day!

It was a miserable nasty day in Sullivan County today. Snow squalls, sleet, high winds and dark clouds made it seem more like mid winter than spring. That said, someone forgot to tell the birds how terrible it was out. … Continue reading

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Bashakill

This morning I finally got to spend a decent amount of time at the Bashakill. Things still seem relatively quiet to me, but there was some movement noted overnight. I had my first Blue-gray Gnatcatchers this week in several spots, … Continue reading

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Bashakill rather quiet.

I have been unable to bird for the last week due to having some kind of bug that took me out for a while. Feeling better, Arlene Borko and I were finally able to get out to do some birding … Continue reading

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Bashakill 4/13/15

This morning I headed to the Bashakill again. There was some noticeable movement overnight. Lance Verderame called to inform me he had some good passerines at the Deli Fields. He had a lot of Savannah Sparrows, Song Sparrows and an … Continue reading

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