Re: Five Rivers EEC -- May 02, 2021
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Supplementing Scott's list, I didn't have Prairie Warbler or Baltimore Oriole, but I did have a singing Cape May Warbler along the western edge of the service road loop, a hooting barred owl near the skeeter bowl, a broad-winged hawk in the same area, and a Nashville Warbler. A Blue-headed vireo was singing by the Jones Barn, and I heard Black-throated Blue Warbler sing once from the direction of the North Loop trail. I was also able to finally obtain some photos of the extremely hormonal male Sapsucker who has been banging away on the gazebo at the Research Ponds for several weeks now. Photos and checklist: https://ebird.org/atlasny/checklist/S86881655
Later, at Buckingham Lake in Albany while on a socially distanced playdate with my three-year old, I heard a Northern Waterthush, Nashville Warbler, and Black-and-White Warbler singing.
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