Date: 3/7/17 8:40 am
From: Andrew Baksh <birdingdude...>
Subject: Re: [nysbirds-l] Brooklyn Eared Grebe Continues
I was just up the road, looking at Gulls from what is termed the "middle parking lot" of Gravesend Bay when I picked up Doug's report (see e-mail below for those on Nyc ebirds).

The Eared Grebe continues in the same vicinity as reported earlier. At one point, it showed quite nicely with a Horned Grebe but is now by itself. It seems to be drifting north but still in close for good binocular views.

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> On Mar 7, 2017, at 10:23 AM, Doug Gochfeld <fresha2411...> wrote:
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> There is currently an Eared Grebe in Gravesend Bay. It is adjacent to the southernmost parking area along the eastbound Belt Parkway, just before the Bay Parkway exit (Exit 5). You can only access this parking area from the eastbound Belt, but you can park at nearby Ceaser's Bay or in the muni meter lot at the end of Bay Parkway coming from either direction.
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> The bird is close to shore and very actively diving, staying up for ~10 seconds each time, but overall being very cooperative.
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> Good Birding
> -Doug Gochfeld. Brooklyn, NY.
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