Sullivan County “Break 100 Day”!

Karen Miller, Lance Verderame and I participated in Sullivan Counties annual “Break 100 Day” this weekend. We began on Friday 5/11 @ 5 pm and completed our efforts at 4 pm today.  We had some really great birds including some unexpected finds.  We had 64 species on Friday evening, and 50 species today.  Our total was 114 species for the count. Highlights of our day included: Bonaparte’s Gull, Ring-billed Gull, Common Loon, Double-crested Cormorant, Gray-cheeked Thrush, Orchard Oriole and many more!  Gordon and Lori Lam were able to join us back at the Bashakill for the afternoon.  It was a great event with many fun moments and a great time for all of us!  We can’t wait to hear the results of the other teams! Congratulations to all of them!  It was an unusually cold, wet time for mid May, but everyone persevered to make it a great day!

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2 Responses to Sullivan County “Break 100 Day”!

  1. scott j baldinger says:

    Congratulations on a great count by your team!
    Scotty

  2. Thanks Scott! Congratulations to you and your team as well! John

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