Monthly Archives: July 2018

Its a start!

This morning I stopped at Apollo Plaza to see if there might be any Least Sandpipers present.  This is always my first fall migrant each year, and I have yet to have one in the county.  I was surprised to … Continue reading

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A brief update

The last couple of weeks I have spent working on restoring my home and property to its pre-storm condition.  This has been a perfect time to work on it, as bird activity has been at a minimum. I have gotten … Continue reading

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Jamaica Bay

Today, Lance Verderame had to take his daughter-in-law and Granddaughter to the airport.  Since they were flying out of Kennedy, he asked if I’d like to come along and bird Jamaica Bay.  Of course I would! We birded both the … Continue reading

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Cupsogue Beach County Park, Long Island

Scott Baldinger and I traveled to Cupsogue Beach County Park to try for some of the terns that have been being reported there. The tide was well receded when we arrived and we were able to head right out to … Continue reading

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Updating

The last week has been a scorcher here in Sullivan County.  Most days temps reached the mid 90’s with humidity hovering near 100%!  It  has been brutal.  That said, most days I got in some birding.  Things are at a … Continue reading

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