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Old Thursday 3rd May 2018, 21:20   #551
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Warblers!

Hello,

the sudden summer weather seems to have brought many birds from the south.

I have mentioned the prairie warblers, which are as persistent like the palm and black and white warblers. I did see the black throated blue winged, the Maryland warbler, also known as the common yellow throat, magnolia warblers, and a hooded warbler.

On the Reservoir, I saw another spotted sandpiper, an American coot, blue billed ruddy ducks.

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Warblers and...

Hello,

I will finish off the week with five birds. I saw both a Nashville warbler and a Cape May warbler. Earlier this week, I finally saw an Eastern Kingbird, which is probably nesting in the Park. Wednesday and Thursday I was male scarlet tanagers or maybe the same one twice as the sightings were in virtually the same locations. Yesterday, I am pretty sure I saw a horned grebe on the Reservoir.

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Sounds like things are picking up for you Arthur. Nice sightings.
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Old Monday 7th May 2018, 17:10   #554
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Sunday in the Park

Hello all,

On Sunday, central Park was swarming with bird watchers, known as homo sapiens binoculars to a non-bird watcher. One of them gave me a tip on two birds: a prothonotary warbler and a Kentucky warbler. The latter seemed to have been spooked by all the attention and unfortunate noise, flying off before I could see it. I also managed to see black throated green, Blackburnian and bay breasted warblers.

A familiar warm weather bird, a gray catbird turned up a while back and will stay in the Park for the warm weather.

All images by Louis Agassiz Fuertes, form Eaton's Birds of New York.

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Hello,

First of all, let me note some non-warblers. Swainson's thrushes and ovenbirds are showing up. This morning, I saw a blue grosbeak, a life bird. It was not completely blue but I was happy to see it.

I can also add blackpoll, and worm eating warblers to my sightings.

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the story of my bird watching life

Hello all,

First of all, I did not see the Kirtland's warbler which visited Central Park. I arrived at its last known location, this morning, only to hear, "You should have been here thrty minutes, ago." How many times have you heard that line?

Today, I did see a Wilson's warbler. Over the last week, I did see a white eyed vireo and a yellow throated vireo, and chestnut sided warblers.

This past winter, I saw very few white breasted nuthatches, but today I did see one.

I never claimed to be able to predict bird sightings but today I got lucky. I was speaking with a couple who were less experienced than even I, at the pier on Turtle pond.. I was even asked by them to identify a double crested cormorant, a very common bird. I suggested that we were probably near a nest of Eastern kingbirds, when one turned up as I was talking.

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Sorry to hear about the Kirtland's Warbler. Our member "glide133" was able to see it and get a photo of it. Fingers crossed for you Arthur.
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First of all, I did not see the Kirtland's warbler which visited Central Park. I arrived at its last known location, this morning, only to hear, "You should have been here thrty minutes, ago." How many times have you heard that line?
Oh dear - what a shame for you Arthur. Sorry...... and, yes, I've heard that one more times than I'd like to recall!!! Not fair is it.

Still it seems you did have a good session after all.

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Dear KC and Delia,

Not to worry as I always have a good day visiting Central Park.

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Central Park is the one area I truly miss about NY. My hometown of 35 plus years.
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four days without bird watching

Hello,

I had a long weekend without bird watching. Today, I had a somewhat brief outing as rain, once again, sent me homeward.

Last week, I did notice a pair of spotted sandpipers, at the south end of the Reservoir, which was rather curious but I also saw a gray cheeked thrush . Today, I saw a Canada warbler and a common nighthawk, which is uncommon in Central Park.

I fear that warbler season is coming to an end. As summer replaces what New Yorker call spring, flycatchers may be the only birds of interest to turn up.

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Yeah, we've had a lot of rain and a lot more coming over the next week so not much birding for me either.
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Nature in the Park

Hello,

I have not seen a new bird species since my last posting. I did see a northern flicker, yesterday, which I had not seen for a while.

I did locate a a baltimore Oriole nest as well. Their nests are a marvel. I also spotted an Eastern king bird, at its nest.

I have been hearing bull frogs bellowing around the Lake. Our female turtles are looking for a nice spot to dig nests. Last week, I saw a pair of snapping turtles mating in the Lake. These monsters enjoy eating mallard ducklings.

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Hello Arthur, I enjoy your posts. I have not been able to visit the USA unfortunately but have heard that Central Park remains quite pristine from early days which is certainly remarkable in an age of so much change and affords you these opportunities. Is your viewing all from your window or do you get out and about? I am 'stuck at home' myself much, most, of my days and my daily delight with birds is limited to a small garden and some nearby trees but gives me a lot of pleasure and opportunity to learn. I wonder if you are fortunate enough to make your observations from the Dakota?
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Hello Jape,

I am gratified that you enjoy my posts. For the first few years of this thread, I did indeed make most of my observations from my flat. For the last five years, I have been able to visit Central Park several times each week. I do not have a flat in the Dakota or any block of flats facing the Park. Those flats have a starting price of about US$60,000 per square metre. My flat, almost one km away from Central Park, is worth a small fraction of that amount.

The Park is totally engineered, rather than pristine. Thousands of horse drawn wagon loads of topsoil were needed before most of the trees were planted. The Lake and the Pool are fed from municipal water mains. The Reservoir is fed from aqueducts. Forty years ago, the Park was in a dreadful state of disrepair which has been corrected.

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Summer weather has arrived

Hello,

Today, the temperature reached 32C, which is enough like summer for me, even if the solstice is a few days away.

Last week, I was happy to see another orchard oriole, this time from Triplets Bridge. They are rather less common than Baltimore orioles.

I include an iPod photograph of mallards, a hybrid duck, and what I identify as an immature double crested cormorant, which has appeared frequently of late.

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Temps were about the same down here Arthur and it's not even summer yet. Predicting much higher during the rest of the week
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Hello Arthur,

I was in Central Park yesterday, but not for birding. However, I was glad to hear Warbling Vireo near Belvedere Castle (is that The Pond?) and Baltimore Oriole on the way out. An American Robin was extremely tame, sunbathing on the side of a path and not moving as we passed just a foot or two away.
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Today, the temperature reached 32C, which is enough like summer for me, even if the solstice is a few days away.
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Hello,

Jape, thank you for the birthday wishes.

Birdmeister, the Pond is at the southeast corner of the Park, near the Plaza Hotel. New Yorkers do not seem very fond of names. Most of the grid is numbered. Central Park has the Lake, the Pool, the Meer and the Reservoir. Belvedere Castle, currently closed for renovations, overlooks Turtle Pond, once called Belvedere Lake. Warbling vireos seem to nest each year in the Park.

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a long time in the summer bird watching doldrums

Hello all,

Although other have seen early migrants, magnolia and black and white warblers, waterthrushes, and even red breasted nuthatches. I have not. I did see a juvenile brown cowbird, a couple of weeks back, and there are still barn swallows over the Reservoir. I was pleased to see a immature red-tailed hawk with a light coloured chest in the same tree where I last saw Pale Male.

Today, I did see a flycatcher at a distance. I would guess that it was a willow/alder flycatcher, which are indistinguishable except by song.
Today was the second day when the temperature stayed below 29C and humidity was not high but August can still be hot. My advice to those who wish to visit New York is come in the autumn.

I do not have images of immature red-tailed hawks or brown cowbirds, so the mature ones are shown.


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Midway through the summer: a hint of autumn

Hello all,

Last week, I saw my first downy woodpecker, an immature one. Today, a fellow BFer pointed out a northern flicker on the ground, which I did not see but a few minutes later, I saw one atop a tree. The fellow BFer also pointed out an Canada warbler and a yellow warbler, then another was unsure of a black and white warbler, which turned out to be one.

New York has enjoyed a rather warm and humid summer, with above average rain fall. Yesterday, we had about seven cm. of rain, making for a rather wet month, which is not even half over, after a wet July.

All illustrations are by Louis Agassiz Fuertes. The first from the Cornell archives and the others form Birds of New York..

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Hello all,

Since my last post, I did see a chestnut sided warbler in autumn colours, probably a bon-breeding female,

However, for once the report of an interesting bird was actually fruitful. I was told of two female Female belted kingfishers, at Turtle Pond. I arrived there a good thirty minutes after the report and spotted one in a tree. Then it went fishing and was soon joined by another. They were not very close and very active. I did see them hit the water but I am uncertain if they mad a catch.

New York has received a lot of rain this summer. We have received far more rain since the first of August, than we usually do the whole month. The weather and other appointments have kept me away from the park. Today, I am attending an important union convention.

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Just a quick note to say that this is a fantastic thread. I'm sure that this has already been noted earlier in the thread but I think its a real delight and charm that you use those prints from an old guide to illustrate the sightings that you've had.

I've always considered returning to New York one day. When i went previously I wasn't a birder but next time I go I will definately stay near Central Park and use this thread for inspiration as well as guidance for where to bird.
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