Date: 11/4/19 8:30 am From: Larry Trachtenberg <Trachtenberg...> Subject: Re: [nysbirds-l] Croton Point Park
Good again this morning between 9-1015 on landfill: one red shoulder(adult) soaring w one Red tailed, and one sharpie (also seen a second sharpie and a coop); 3 meadowlarks, 3 snow buntings, 7 pipit. Some native grasses remain but most of landfill mowed plowed and re-seeded in cooperative project among NYS, the County, and some dedicated local birders-planters(?) to replace invasives with natives. Stay on the gravel paths really no walking on the dirt anywhere — yes photographers you. And dog owners on leash (the dogs anyway); please. Sparrows in short supply w lack of cover. No harriers or kestrels, the former may be affected by lack of cover for mice/voles but I’m not sure. A brief walk along edge of model airplane field yielded two savannah and one field sparrow among white throats and song sparrows.
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On Nov 4, 2019, at 6:13 AM, Jonathan Perez <jonathan.aperez...> wrote:
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At the same location I had 1 snow bunting in addition to the below yesterday.
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On Nov 3, 2019, at 8:36 PM, Joseph Wallace <joew701...> wrote: