Monthly Archives: April 2017

Bashakill continues to please!

It was a cold and blustery morning at the Bashakill, but the birds still put on a show. I only managed 11 species of warblers, but I didn’t hit all of the good spots. I did find NASHVILLE WARBLER and … Continue reading

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Continued good birding at the Bashakill and other nearby areas.

This morning I headed to the Bashakill to find it quieter than yesterday, but still plenty of good birds around. Blue-winged Warblers were still numerous. Northern Waterthrush were down to just two for me. Most other species continued, but in … Continue reading

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Amazing Morning!

As I had thought, the Bashakill was alive with birds. Arlene Borko and I were out with many other birders this morning sorting through the mass of birds that came in overnight. Warblers were the highlight with at least 16 … Continue reading

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Major Fallout in my yard!

Just a heads up, I had a major fallout in my yard this morning! Six species of warbler! Ovenbird, Yellow-rump(22), Black-throated Blue, Black-throated Green, Palm and Black and White! 2 Blue-headed Vireo and many White-throated Sparrows! Get out there and … Continue reading

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Some decent movement before the storm

Things have again picked up over the last few days. Monday was the best day with six new FOS species found that day. It was a good night for passerine movement and I had a mixed species flock right in … Continue reading

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Bashakill – Earthday cleanup!

Ed VanBuren, Arlene Borko, Mark Spina, Scott Baldinger and I all joined about 75 other enthusiasts today cleaning up the Bashakill for Earth Day! Once again, we removed an abundance of refuse from our local wetlands and had a great … Continue reading

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Wow!!!

Last nights southwest winds with at times heavy rain had Bruce Nott, Scott Baldinger, Arlene Borko and I scrambling around the county this morning. An amazing number of migrants came in and put down with the storm. I started off … Continue reading

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