Date: 11/12/17 10:59 am From: Hugh McGuinness <hdmcguinness...> Subject: Re: [MDBirding] Re: Harris's Sparrow in PG County
If you go, be careful about where you park b/c the aquatic gardens closes
at 4pm. I would park in Kenilworth Park near where the new trail goes into
the woods. It looks like it is just under a mile upstream to the pier,
which on Google maps appears to be just north of New York Avenue. I can't
see any easy place to park upstream of the bird.
On Sun, Nov 12, 2017 at 1:25 PM, Paul Pisano <cheep.paul...> wrote:
> Here’s a little more detail that I have on the location, in case anyone
> wants to look for the Harris’s Sparrow. When asked how far up the
> Anacostia River Trail past New York Ave., Robert said, “take first left
> into marshy area. It was on the left about halfway down the road to the
> pier.” Presumably this is if one is walking upriver from the Aquatic
> > On Nov 12, 2017, at 12:28 PM, <cheep.paul...> wrote:
> > Robert Steele has found and photographed an immature Harris's Sparrow
> along the Anacostia River Trail. It's about halfway between the Bladensburg
> Water Park and Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens. I have not seen the bird, but am
> passing along the sighting.
> > Good birding,
> > Paul Pisano
> > Arlington, VA
> > Sent from my iPhone
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