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New York Trip Report - Day 5 & 6 (Greenwood Cemetery & Niagara Falls)

Posted Wednesday 13th January 2016 at 12:32 by Wood Nymph
Updated Friday 15th January 2016 at 12:19 by Wood Nymph
Days 5 & 6 - Monday 25th May & Tuesday 26th May 2015

The next day we decided to concentrate on finding one of the missing species so far on our trip and one that we had thought we were guaranteed to see – Veery. With a lady at Prospect Park on Saturday mentioning she had seen them in abundance at Green-wood Cemetery, we took the tube back down to Brooklyn again in the hope of catching up with this tiny ginger thrush.

Starting off the morning at Prospect Park,...
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First day out

Posted Saturday 9th January 2016 at 07:44 by Kaarel
First of January, when normal people are sleeping out their hangover, keen birdwatchers are sneaking out with first light. A new yearly list to keep has opened. We tick our first Great Tit for a year with a sense of accomplishment. We do not bother to look at them for the next 364 days.

I hoped to start a year with something more elusive and headed out well before sunrise. My destination was Alam-Pedja Nature Reserve. With over 34 000 ha of bogs, forests and river meadows it is one...
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Looking forward at 2016

Posted Friday 8th January 2016 at 09:43 by Kaarel
Happy New Year! I believe it is going to be an interesting year for me. I am planning to learn more about the wildlife surrounding us. I am a keen birder and spend a lot of time outside looking for birds. But there are so much more out there. From mammals everyone notices to ones rarely seen. Plants are everywhere, fungi and lichens hide between the plants. Bugs, spiders and all sorts of critter crawlers living their lives unnoticed. The possibilities to discover wonderful things are endless. So...
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Grey Heron and Marsh Harrier Fligths in Le Clot Lagoon. Ebro Delta V

Posted Friday 8th January 2016 at 08:13 by Moncho
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A female marsh harrier steals the prey to other female marsh harrier in Le Clot Lagoon in Ebro Delta.
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500 hundred Flamingos in Través Bridge. Ebro Delta IV.

Posted Friday 1st January 2016 at 09:02 by Moncho
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We arrived at Través bridge separating L'Encanyssada of L'Clot lagoons.
East of L'Encanyssada lagoon was full of flamingos I counted more than five hundred. Above the mass of flamingos there was a big group of coots and beyond ducks were also seen. There were too some cormorants, great egrets and grey herons.
Finally a big group of flamingos flew towards me and overflew Clot Lagoon and finally they come back to l´Encanyssada Lagoon.
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