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Old Wednesday 1st May 2019, 20:02   #676
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Hello,

I have hit a poor spell with the warblers but I am still seeing new birds. Although they have been in Central Park for weeks, I finally saw a black crowned night heron. I think that they favour low hanging branches until the water warms a bit. I did see a blue winged warbler near the Triplets Bridge and I heard a warbling vireo.
Today, I saw a belted kingfisher, over the Lake, and a male rose breasted grosbeak, at the Park's feeders.

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Hello all,

In the last few days, I definitely saw a Baltimore oriole, a northern water thrush, an American redstart, a black throated blue warbler and a scarlet tananger. Of those, I rate the male American redstart as especially appealing when it spreads its wings and its tail.
There were birds which others pointed out but I could not write that I had a good view of any of them.

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In the swing of the season

Hello all,

The warbler season is picking up, which means that I have been straining my neck and my skills at identifying birds. With some help, I have seen the following black throated green, magnolia, chestnut sided and Cape May warblers. I was also fortunated to see a Swainson' thrush, today. Since I also saw a hermit thrush and probably a wood thrush, I may have had a three thrsh day.

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Sounds as though you had a good few days. Hope it continues for you.
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Delightful as always, Arthur! I just picked up most of these birds over the weekend, and it never gets old each year.
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Hello KC and Birdmeister,

Central Park should see another ten or fifteen days have the migration.

Hello Birdmeister,

I am happy that you enjoy my posts.

I know that many people read this thread buy I thank you for your kind words.

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Hello,

On Wednesday, I had a good day: a veery, an ovenbird, and a worm eating warbler. Yesterday, i finally saw a swallows, a barn swallow over the Reservoir, but today I had a glimpse at indigo buntings, high up in the trees over Strawberry Field.

The warbler season is peaking, so Sunday may a good day, weather permitting.

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Hello all,

I had a good look at a veery, last weekm as well as glimpse of a house wren.. Those indigo buntings are still around. A couple of days, ago, I saw a Wilson's warbler, but Maryland warblers, aka common yellow throats and American restarts are very common.

Today, I got a glimpse of cedar waxwings, flying above. After carefully looking at the west end of Turtle Pond, I found that the Eastern Kingbirds have returned to their location and will likely nest nearby.

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Hello,

I seem to have been remiss is keeping up to date. Ten days ago, I did see a Tennessee warbler, a mourning warbler, one of a fair number which arrived in Central Park, and a late arriving prothonotary warbler . Yesterday, I had a nice view of a northern flicker. Today's best bird was a male wood duck.. The Eastern kingbirds must be nesting near Turtle Pond and someone else pointed our a tree with a possible cedar waxwing nest, which is not surprising since I had frequent sightings of both species.

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LOL Arthur, I thought you'd gone on holiday!

Thanks for the update, my friend, and the beautiful illustrations too.
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Good to see you back again Arthur and it sure sounds as though you've had a good couple of weeks of bird sightings.
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Hello Delia and KC,

I actually had a poor time when out and bird watching. On top of which, days when I was free did not match days without rain, more than five inches or more than 13cm, in May.

As I am now retired, I am not sure that I can be on holidays, although I can take a trip. For me, work is a four letter word ending in the letter 'k.'

Last week, I did see a lone laggard white throated sparrow, which was probably the last of the season.

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Hello,

I usually have little to report from the Spring Bank Holiday until after the Summer Bank Holiday. If I am fortunate, I see some flycatchers, which I find hard to identify. This week I did see an Eastern wood pewee.

After locating the Eastern Kingbird nest, I have searched in vain for a reported Baltimore oriole nest, although I have seen one bird near the reputed nest's location. Near the eastern end of Turtle Pond, I found the nest of tree swallows and I was happy to have a close look at both the male and the female. The male's blue plumage was a delight to my eyes which is not shown in this old illustration but this mage does the colour some justice.

New York City has some old homes with lead water pipes, necessitating the addition of phosphors to our drinking water, which keeps the lead from leaching into those homes' drinking water. As Central Park Lake is filled from the municipal mains, summertime weather and the phosphors encourage algae which turns the lake's water green. Last Thursday, I watched a black crowned night heron moving in the shallows near Oak Bridge. Within ten minutes the bird had taken three fish, spotting them even through the green water.

More rain today.

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Interesting about the info on the phosphors added to the water even though I'm a native New Yorker, I did not know that and I also did not know that it turned the water green.

You are not the only one Arthur to be enthralled with the Tree Swallow and its beautiful color.
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Interesting about the info on the phosphors added to the water even though I'm a native New Yorker, I did not know that and I also did not know that it turned the water green.

You are not the only one Arthur to be enthralled with the Tree Swallow and its beautiful color.
Hello KC,

The algae turn the water green but the phosphors and the warm weather promote the growth of algae.

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Hello,

I finally found both the Baltimore oriole nest and the cedar waxwing nest. The former in a London plane tree, which had been used for oriole nests in previous years and the latter in a horse chestnut tree. Unfortunately, immature starlings seemed to have harassed the tree swallows from their nest.

Otherwise, I have seen nothing new except for brown headed cowbirds, both yesterday and today.

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Hello all,

I had a good look at the Eastern kingbired nest, today, with the temperature near 29. I had the fhe good fortune to see thre fledglings as well as the two parents.

Otherwise, I saw nothing out of the ordinary for the week.

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Hello all,

I cannot write that I have seen anything new. Others are seeing early yellow warblers and waterthrushes in Central Park.

A couple of weeks, ago, I saw two fledgling eastern kingbirds on a branch 1.6 metres above Turtle Pond, being fed by adults. That was a new sight for me.

I have noted very few sightings of woodpeckers, although I often hear them. In the last few days, I did see a downy wood pecker, a northern flicker, and a large woodpecker in shadows, which I think was a hairy woodpecker.

I also saw a butterfly which was outside my very limited knowledge of lepidoptera, but it was very handsome.

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Butterfly is a Spicebush Swallowtail.
The blueish band on the hind wing is a good field mark.
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Hello,

This week I finally sighted an autumnal warbler: a black and white warbler. I also managed to see an ovenbird. A bird which used to have an annual nesting site in Central Park, before the authorities improved the Lake, the green heron turned up near the Loeb Boat House, on the Lake.

I hope that more warblers may come my way.


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Hello,

I have seen little of note for many days. Two weeks, ago, I saw an unfamiliar bird. The bird watcher next to me was "connected," and his app informed him that it was a black billed cuckoo, but he or the app was in error. Since then, I have seen many American redstarts, a red eyed vireo and today a wren, most likely a house wren. Ten days ago, I did hear a belted kingfisher, near Turtle Pond, which was confirmed by others.

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Hello,

There are still American redstarts and black and white warblers about. I did see a wood thrush, last week. Sunday, I saw a magnolia warbler and someone pointed out a Cooper Hawk for me. Yesterday, I saw both an eastern wood pewee and a great crested flycatcher..

I think that it was on Sunday that I met a bird watcher who has a twitter account devoted to Manhattan birds. He was very insistent that I view it but I demurred twice, saying that I had nothing to do with social media. I have no idea if twitter is less dangerous than Facebook but I have no need to accumulate followers. I am happy that so many bird forum users view my posts but it is not a truly important part of my being.

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Hello all,

I did see a hermit thrush, in the past week, as well my first house finch, a female of the season. I was pleased to see a northern waterthrush near Triplets Bridge. There was a bird watcher near me so we discussed whether it wa a northern or Louisiana waterthrush but settled on norther. I was truly excited to my first northern shoveller of the season, on Turtle Pond. It is far too early for the males to show their chestnut sides but the long black bill was enough for me to identify it. Next to me was a photographer trying to locate a green heron, who had no interest in the shoveller.

Yesterday, I saw a northern flicker, which I consider a rather beautiful bird.

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