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Submitted by marlowbirder85 on May 20, 2012 - 1:24pm
While birding at Five Rivers today I was pretty sure I saw a pair of Bewick's Wrens. Has anyone else seen them? I thought at first they were Carolina's, but they were fanning their tails, and I could see the white on the sides. I also saw a pair of Louisiana Waterthrush that were acting alarmed, and I thought I saw nesting material in one of their beaks. These were both on the Vlomankill Trail, the Louisiana at the beginning where a big tree is cut, and the Wren's in the wooded part where you would expect to see wrens.
Submitted by igolfnbird on December 18, 2011 - 11:27am
Saw 5 black vultures working on a carcass on the side of Feura Bush Road, just east of highway 32 on Wednesday afternoon, December 14, 2011. Also saw the 5 black vultures soaring over Bethlehem Town Park on Friday afternoon about 12:30 p.m.
Submitted by dlmartin on March 2, 2010 - 2:53pm
Prologue: We made the trip to Rouses Point on Lake Champlain to find the Ivory Gull. When we arrived at noon, we were told that no one had seen it that day. We searched the lake and shore from the breakwater on Stony Point Road and then drove to the other sighting spots where we also had no luck. Went to find the nearby Hawk Owl, and then returned to the breakwater a little after 2:30.