Monthly Archives: July 2018

Morningside and The Bashakill

I spent most of my morning birding Morningside Park by Kayak.  It was another memorable morning, I’m just enjoying it so much this year.  No Anhinga this morning. The highlight of the morning is shared.  I again got to spend … Continue reading

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Anhinga Follow Up

Many birders spent the day at Morningside with the hope that the Anhinga would return.  As of nightfall, the bird never returned today.  This brings up so many questions as to what is going on with this bird.  Prior to … Continue reading

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Morningside Park Anhinga returns!!!

This morning I followed my usual routine and kayaked Morningside Lake.  I was already there about 45 minutes when I checked out the dead spruce on the big island.  I hadn’t really given a thought to the Anhinga, since I … Continue reading

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Morningside

This morning I birded Apollo Plaza and Morningside Park again.  The shorebird activity has changed little, a few up here and a few down there.  Spending some additional time kayaking paid off this morning!  I was just about to wrap … Continue reading

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Status Quo

  So far today I’ve hit the same spots I have for the last several days.  Everything remains about the same, with the same five species of shorebirds being seen.  I had a sudden start at Morningside this morning when … Continue reading

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Quieter day

This morning I went out once again in the pouring rain searching for anything good.  Of course a main target was yesterday’s Anhinga, but no luck. Its behavior when it soared high and south yesterday pretty much sealed the deal.  … Continue reading

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Birding never ceases to amaze!

This morning I visited Apollo Plaza and Morningside Park during the heavy rainstorms.  I had half a dozen Semipalmated Sandpipers and Killdeer at Apollo, but the rain was so heavy I couldn’t make out what the shorebirds at Morningside were.  … Continue reading

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