Monthly Archives: March 2016

New Hampshire Redwing

Since my photos were of less than stellar quality, I was speaking with my friend Sean Sime and he has kindly allowed me to post a couple of his photos (which are great!) to share with you. Thanks Sean! The … Continue reading

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New Hampshire “REDWING ” YES!!

I had heard about the “REDWING” in New Hampshire yesterday, but logistics for a trip to try for it were tenuous. I have some family obligations and I didn’t think I would be able to get away this week. After … Continue reading

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Long Island

Lance Verderame and I traveled to Long Island this morning to try for some new year birds. We bird Jones Beach, Point Lookout, and Jamaica Bay. We had a great day! At Jones Beach we had our FOS Boat Tailed … Continue reading

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Greater White-fronted Goose Departs!

This morning I was waiting at the Exit 113 Commuter Parking Lot for Lance Verderame. We were heading to Long Island for some birding. As I waited just outside my jeep, I heard the sound of many geese coming. I … Continue reading

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Bashakill – Greater White-fronted Goose Continues!

This morning I again searched for the GWFG. I met Bob Senertia and Gerhard Patch on Haven Road where we saw some good birds. These included two Pied-billed Grebe and my county FOS TREE SWALLOWS. We scanned the many ducks … Continue reading

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Bashakill is jumping!

I returned to the Bashakill this afternoon at 1:30. I immediately relocated the GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE just off Haven Road. I alerted Bruce Nott and Arlene Borko of its presence. Ten minutes later the bird took off with a few … Continue reading

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Bashakill – GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE!

This morning I headed to the Bashakill looking for new migrants. Hundreds if not thousands of geese were passing overhead. As I watched a very large skein, a small group of geese peeled off. I never get to see that … Continue reading

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