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Coeymans Hollow 4/30/06

Will Raup
 

Got to spend a good day birding the land along Whitbeck Road in Coeymans Hollow in Southern Albany County.

Nothing rare or unusual to report, I'm still waiting to see my first warbler of the season...

The list:

Canada Goose (Flyover), Ruffed Grouse (Drumming), Wild Turkey, Turkey Vulture, Killdeer, American Woodcock (penting at dusk), Mourning Dove, Red-bellied Woodpecker, Downy Woodpecker, Hairy Woodpecker, Eastern Phoebe, Blue Jay, American Crow, Tree Swallow, Barn Swallow, Black-capped Chickadee, Tufted Titmouse, White-breasted Nuthatch, Ruby-Crowned Kinglet, American Robin, Brown Thrasher, European Starling, Song Sparrow, White-Throated Sparrow, Northern Cardinal, Red-winged Blackbird, Common Grackle, Purple Finch and American Goldfinch.

Good Birding,

Will Raup
Albany, NY

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Larry & Penny Alden
 

Could it possibly have been a tape used to scare away unwanted birds (pigeons, starlings, etc.)? They use such a tape at the Port of Albany at the transfer station to do the trick. I don't know about the flapping of wings, though....

Larry

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The following came to birdline this week. Does anyone have any info that
would answer this question?

David Martin

>Date: Sat, 29 Apr 2006 20:26:02 -0700 (PDT)
>From: marian zimmerman <mzimrsm@...>
>
>Hi,
>
>I am visiting for the weekend and this morning in Rensselaer I kept
>hearing what I think were peregrine falcons in the steeple/bell tower of
>St, John the Evangelist Church. I walked all around the church and did
>not see any. The steeple has wire protection to keep birds out, but every
>five minutes there was a frenzee of calling and bird wings flapping and
>then it would subside. I could see white washing from birds perched on
>some of the cross bars. I finally just had to leave the spot.
>
>The church is direct line of sight with Dunn Memorial Bridge. I have been
>out of the area and have not kept up with the doings of the peregrines on
>the bridge, but I'm wondering if some of the offspring or the originals
>have taken to the church. I'm hoping someone might check it out and get
>some info that I couldn't get. I'd be interested in knowing more about
>this. Good luck and thanks.
>
>Marian Zimmerman




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David Martin <dlsbmartin@...>
 

The following came to birdline this week. Does anyone have any info that would answer this question?

David Martin

Date: Sat, 29 Apr 2006 20:26:02 -0700 (PDT)
From: marian zimmerman <mzimrsm@...>

Hi,

I am visiting for the weekend and this morning in Rensselaer I kept hearing what I think were peregrine falcons in the steeple/bell tower of St, John the Evangelist Church. I walked all around the church and did not see any. The steeple has wire protection to keep birds out, but every five minutes there was a frenzee of calling and bird wings flapping and then it would subside. I could see white washing from birds perched on some of the cross bars. I finally just had to leave the spot.

The church is direct line of sight with Dunn Memorial Bridge. I have been out of the area and have not kept up with the doings of the peregrines on the bridge, but I'm wondering if some of the offspring or the originals have taken to the church. I'm hoping someone might check it out and get some info that I couldn't get. I'd be interested in knowing more about this. Good luck and thanks.

Marian Zimmerman


Black Creek Marsh additions 4/30/06

Larry & Penny Alden
 

I did the same routine as yesterday at Black Creek Marsh, 6:30 to ~9:30 a.m., but did a few different areas in addition to what I did yesterday. Pretty much the same birds as yesterday, but I added the following on BCM property or immediately adjacent to the WMA (as opposed to my yard):

Great Blue Heron
Turkey Vulture
Ruffed Grouse
Belted Kingfisher
Eastern Phoebe
Barn Swallow
Eastern Bluebird
Yellow Warbler
Yellow-rumped Warbler
Field Sparrow
Rusty Blackbird
House Finch

I also saw a beaver and muskrat amidst the hordes of Canada Geese that are overrunning the place. Also, the Wilson's Snipe which were once pretty common do not seem to be around any more. Shame.

I enjoyed the company of a Chipping Sparrow yesterday, who found a gold mine on my feeder platform. He was the recipient of the grubs I was digging up while cutting some sod to make a new flower garden. It didn't take him long to come check things out once he found the first few grubs and a big, juicy caterpiller on the platform.

Larry Alden
Altamont


New comers New Baltimore

Richard Guthrie
 

In the pond areas of the Grasslands preserve this morning:

Greene Herons 3; (the new comers)

Wilson's Snipe;

Spotted Sandpiper (very agitated)

Killdeer (likewise);

Marsh Wren; (also new for the season - and the site)

Swamp Sparrows;



In the adjacent fields:

Vesper Sparrow;



In the treetops nearby:

Rusty Blackbirds

Red-bellied Woodpecker



Plus lots of the usual suspects



Last evening:

Sora (heard only)





This site is located off Rt 9W, at the New Baltimore/Coxsackie Town Line.



It has just been opened to the birding public.



Drive in past the Serta building. Be sure to park at the far end (east) of
the drive (at the turn-around) and don't interfere with truck traffic.



Walking in to the ponds is OK for now. But, be careful not to step on the
hundred or so newly planted tree and shrub seedlings. Access rules may
change if some vulnerable bird species decides to nest in there.



Rich Guthrie

New Baltimore

The Greening County,

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Black Creek Marsh - 4/29/06

Larry & Penny Alden
 

I went to Black Creek Marsh this morning between 6:30 and 8:00 a.m. Not a lot of variety, yet, but I had the following birds (42 species):

American Bittern
Canada Goose
Wood Duck
American Black Duck
Mallard
Hooded Merganser
Red-tailed Hawk
American Kestrel
Wild Turkey
Virginia Rail
Killdeer
Rock Pigeon
Mourning Dove
Red-bellied Woodpecker
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
Downy Woodpecker
Hairy Woodpecker
Northern Flicker
Pileated Woodpecker
Blue-headed Vireo
Blue Jay
American Crow
Tree Swallow
Black-capped Chickadee
Tufted Titmouse
House Wren
Marsh Wren
Ruby-crowned Kinglet
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
American Robin
Gray Catbird
European Starling
Eastern Towhee
Chipping Sparrow
Song Sparrow
Swamp Sparrow
White-throated Sparrow
Dark-eyed Junco
Northern Cardinal
Red-winged Blackbird
Common Grackle
American Goldfinch

At home from 8:00 to 8:30 (nearby Black Creek Marsh) when it was a little warmer, I added the following:

Turkey Vulture
White-breasted Nuthatch
Eastern Bluebird
Purple Finch
House Finch
House Sparrow (48 species, total)

Interestingly, I had a gorgeous cock pheasant stroll through my yard this evening. I know he was a farm-raised bird, but he certainly was something to look at. I wonder how long he'll hold out. I guess somebody must have stocked the wildlife management area.

Larry Alden


Creepy White Roibin

Brian Smith <brijsmith@...>
 

Hi,

This is a weird one. There's been a creepy white robin in our yard all day in Averill Park. It seems normal in almost every way, except it is mostly white. I'll post a picture on the yahoo hmbirds and on my site at kitehill dot net.

Freaky, otherwise I saw an osprey fly over, and that's about it. Heard turkeys gobbling around here a lot lately.

Peaceable tidings, happy birding,

Brian Smith
Averill Park, NY
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Yellow-throated Vireo, Yellow Palm Warbler and others at Vischer Ferry

Matthew Medler
 

I spent a little less than two hours at Vischer Ferry this morning, enjoying the beautiful weather and the latest spring arrivals. It took a little while, but I eventually found a stretch of trail with large numbers of migrants. With the exception of a very cooperative Yellow Palm Warbler, all of those migrants were Yellow-rumped Warblers and Ruby-crowned Kinglets, but it was great hearing and seeing these two common species.

Most of the other highlights were in a totally different spot, in the vicinity of the Ford's Ferry historical sign. These were all singing birds that presumably breed at Vischer Ferry--Baltimore Oriole, Warbling Vireo, Yellow Warbler, and most notably, Yellow-throated Vireo (both heard and seen).

Other highlights include singing and/or calling Blue-gray Gnatcatcher in four different spots, great looks at Blue-winged and Green-winged Teal, several Bank Swallows, a grunting Virginia Rail, and an Osprey soaring overhead as I departed. My complete list of birds, as reported to eBird, is found below.

Good birding,
Matt Medler
Glenville


Location: Vischer Ferry Preserve
Observation date: 4/29/06
Notes: The Palm Warbler was a Yellow Palm Warbler, Dendroica
palmarum hypochrysea.
Number of species: 35

Canada Goose X
American Wigeon 4
Mallard X
Blue-winged Teal 7
Green-winged Teal 2
Great Blue Heron 2
Osprey 1
Virginia Rail 1
Mourning Dove X
Red-bellied Woodpecker 2
Downy Woodpecker 1
Northern Flicker 2
Eastern Phoebe 1
Yellow-throated Vireo 1
Warbling Vireo 2
American Crow 1
Tree Swallow X
Bank Swallow X
Black-capped Chickadee X
Tufted Titmouse X
White-breasted Nuthatch 1
Ruby-crowned Kinglet X
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 4
American Robin X
Yellow Warbler 3
Yellow-rumped Warbler X
Palm Warbler 1
Song Sparrow X
Swamp Sparrow X
White-throated Sparrow X
Red-winged Blackbird X
Common Grackle X
Brown-headed Cowbird X
Baltimore Oriole 1
American Goldfinch X


HMBC field trip - Husdon & Winn Preserve 5/7/06

Barb Putnam <barbolink1@...>
 

The Hudson-Mohawk Bird Club will hold a morning field trip to the Hudson &
Winn Preserve in Albany county on Sunday, May 7th. This is a small and new
Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy parcel in the town of Knox. Parking is
extremely limited at the preserve, so please meet to carpool at the public
parking lot on Rt. 146 in Altamont just west of the Altamont Enterprise
offices on Maple Ave. at 7:30 am.


Shovelers and Yellowlegs New Baltimore/Coxsackie

Richard Guthrie
 

A pair of Northern Shovelers; 4 Greater, and 1 Lesser Yellowlegs 1 Solitary
Sandpiper were at the grasslands ponds off 9W at the Town of New
Baltimore/Coxsackie Line this afternoon.



This site has just been opened to the birding public.



Drive in past the Serta building. Be sure to park at the far end (east) of
the drive (at the turn-around) and don't interfere with truck traffic.



Walking in to the ponds is OK for now. But, be careful not to step on the
hundred or so newly planted tree and shrub seedlings. Access rules may
change if some vulnerable bird species decides to nest in there.



Rich Guthrie

New Baltimore,

The Greener County

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Orchard Oriole

Frank Murphy <btbwarbler@...>
 

April 28, 2006, 7 PM - I just had a nice look at a handsome male Orchard Oriole behind the Junior Museum at the Rensselaer Tech Park. I've got to wonder whether this was the same first-year male that was there for a long time last summer. This bird is easy to locate by listening for its constant warbling song.

Frank Murphy
Rensselaer NY


Least Flycatcher New Baltimore

Richard Guthrie
 

There was a Least Flycatcher in New Baltimore this morning.



Rich Guthrie

New Baltimore

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Five Rivers 4/28/06

Will Raup
 

Took an early morning walk around Five Rivers this morning... Although the weather was pefect in my eyes, it was cold (temps 34-46 F) and thus it took birds quite a while to get going. No Warblers, although the Canada Geese on the Beaver Pond now have young as I saw about 5 little yellow fluff balls being led down to the water this morning.

Here is the list.

Canada Goose (With Young), Wood Duck, Mallard, Great Blue Heron (3), Mourning Dove, Belted Kingfisher (2), Red-bellied Woodpecker, Downy Woodpecker, Northern Flicker, Eastern Phoebe, Blue Jay, American Crow, Tree Swallow, Black-Capped Chickadee, Tufted Titmouse, Red-breasted Nuthatch, White-breasted Nuthatch, House Wren, Golden-Crowned Kinglet, Ruby-Crowned Kinglet, Eastern Bluebird (with Cowbirds entering nest box), American Robin, European Starling, Chipping Sparrow, Field Sparrow (Abundant), Song Sparrow, Swamp Sparrow, White-Throated Sparrow, Dark-Eyed Junco, Northern Cardinal, Red-winged Blackbird, Common Grackle, Brown-headed Cowbird, American Goldfinch and House Sparrow.

34 species total.

Good Birding,

Will Raup
Albany, NY

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Re: Spring Arrivals

Richard Guthrie
 

A former colleague from DEC reports that the Canada Geese on his pond in
Lexington, have hatched out goslings already!



I haven't seen them yet, but it sure seems early for that.



Rich Guthrie

New Baltimore,

The Greening County,

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This morning, I had a Louisiana Waterthrush plus a Blue-winged Warbler in my
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Broadalbin

linda Eastman
 

At a client's tonight there were a pair of downy
woodpeckers. We were able to walk to within 10 feet of
them as they clung to a beech tree.
A song sparrow found his way into the greenhouse but
was unable to get out. I was able to guide him to the
door after a bit. He reminded me so much of the pet
song sparrow I had years ago.

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Spring Arrivals

Larry & Penny Alden
 

This morning, I had a Louisiana Waterthrush plus a Blue-winged Warbler in my yard on the Guilderland/New Scotland border (Meadowdale.)

My bluebird nest box is holding 6 eggs. They're in for some work when they hatch!

Larry Alden


Re: Rose-breasted Grosbeaks in Glenville

Brabetz, Barbara L
 

I also have had a female rose-breasted grosbeak at my home feeder. She
first arrived on Monday, April 24th.

Barbara Brabetz
Lost Valley, Montgomery County

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From: hmbirds@... [mailto:hmbirds@...] On Behalf
Of Matthew Medler
Sent: Friday, April 21, 2006 7:08 PM
To: hmbirds@...
Subject: [HMBirds] Rose-breasted Grosbeaks in Glenville

I was very surprised to look out the window just now (21 April 2006) and
see two Rose-breasted Grosbeaks at the feeder. Based on my experiences
in the Cayuga Lake Basin, where I compiled a list of average first
arrival dates for migrants
http://www.birds.cornell.edu/cayugabirdclub/firstrecords/medlerarrivals.
html,
this is more than a week early for this species, which I think of as a
classic May 1st arrival. Even more suprising was the fact that both
birds were females (I tend to see males of this species before females
when they arrive back).

Lest anybody think that I observed two female Purple Finches, which
are probably more expected on this date, I had good, close-range looks
at the birds through binoculars for a few minutes. I clearly saw the
massive, pale-colored bill, the very "clean" white eyeline extending to
the front of the head, and the two white wingbars.

Good birding,
Matt Medler
Glenville
Schenectady County







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Grosbeak

Ellen
 

A "first-of-season" male Rose Breasted Grosbeak showed up at my feeders this
afternoon. Beautiful!

Seems very early, doesn't it?? Of course, the tulips are blooming already,
too, so I guess it's simply an early spring this year.

Ellen P.
Colonie


Warbling Vireo New Baltimore

Richard Guthrie
 

One Warbling Vireo singing away this morning in New Baltimore.



Yipee!



Rich Guthrie

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Hudson-Mohawk Birdline 4/27/06

Barb Putnam <barbolink1@...>
 

This is a summary of some of the sightings that were sent to the
Birdline of Eastern New York this past week. Call the birdline
(518-439-8080) for the full report. Please call in YOUR sightings
or email to birdline@...

In Guilderland along Meadowdale Road 4/19: calls of at least two
VIRGINIA RAILS

In Troy 4/19: HOUSE WREN

In Troy 4/20: 2 HOUSE WRENS, CHIPPING SPARROW, WHITE-THROATED
SPARROW, DARK-EYED JUNCOS and NORTHERN CARDINAL

In Gansevoort 4/20: PALM WARBLER and 2 PURPLE FINCHES

In Guilderland on Meadowdale Road 4/20: two AMERICAN BITTERNS

At Papscanee Island 4/20: GREEN-WINGED TEAL, OSPREY, SHARP-SHINNED
HAWK, KILLDEER, 2 RED-BELLIED WOODPECKERS, DOWNY WOODPECKER, FISH
CROW, RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET, BLUE-GRAY GNATCATCHER, WHITE-THROATED
SPARROW, and SONG SPARROW

In Albany 4/20: EASTERN PHOEBE and CHIPPING SPARROW

At Black-Creek Marsh 4/20: WOOD DUCK, MALLARDS, AMERICAN BLACK DUCK,
BLUE-WINGED TEAL, GREEN-WINGED TEAL, TURKEY VULTURE, 2 SHARP-SHINNED
HAWKS, 4 RED-TAILED HAWKS, 1 AMERICAN KESTREL, VIRGINIA RAIL, SORA,
COMMON MOORHEN, BELTED KINGFISHER, DOWNY WOODPECKER, HAIRY
WOODPECKER, NORTHERN FLICKER, EASTERN PHOEBE, BLUE JAY, AMERICAN
CROW, TREE SWALLOW, BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEE, BROWN CREEPER, 4
RUBY-CROWNED KINGLETS, 3 BLUE-GRAY GNATCATCHERS, EASTERN BLUEBIRD,
AMERICAN ROBIN, PALM WARBLER, NORTHERN WATERTHRUSH, SWAMP SPARROW,
WHITE-THROATED SPARROW, NORTHERN CARDINAL, RED-WINGED BLACKBIRD, 4
RUSTY BLACKBIRDS, COMMON GRACKLE, BROWN-HEADED COWBIRD, AMERICAN
GOLDFINCH


Wilton Wildlife Park & Preserve 4/21: RUFFED GROUSE, a fly-over
COMMON LOON, COOPER'S HAWK, YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER, EASTERN PHOEBE,
BROWN CREEPER, WINTER WREN, RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET, HERMIT THRUSH,
YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER, PINE WARBLER, EASTERN TOWHEE, and FIELD
SPARROW

In South Glens Falls 4/21: SHARP-SHINNED HAWK, WHITE-THROATED
SPARROW, DARK-EYED JUNCO, PURPLE FINCH, and 3 PINE SISKINS

East side of Buck Mtn on the Hogtown trail 4/21: YELLOW-BELLIED
SAPSUCKER, BROWN CREEPER, BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEES, WHITE-BREASTED
NUTHATCH, RED-BREASTED NUTHATCH, SWAINSON'S THRUSH, AMERICAN ROBIN,
and YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER

In Cohoes on the Mohawk River flats 4/21: CANADA GOOSE, MALLARD,
AMERICAN BLACK DUCK, WOOD DUCK, BLUE-WINGED TEAL, COMMON MERGANSER,
DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANT, KILLDEER, GREATER YELLOWLEGS, RING-BILLED
GULL, HERRING GULL, GREAT BLACK-BACKED GULL, TREE SWALLOW, NORTHERN
ROUGH-WINGED SWALLOW

In Westerlo 4/21: HOODED MERGANSERS, NORTHERN HARRIER, BLUE-HEADED
VIREO, BROWN CREEPER, and RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET

In Guilderland 4/21: 1 HOUSE WREN and 1 pr. of CAROLINA WRENS with a
nest

In Rensselaer Tech Park 4/22: BALTIMORE ORIOLE and elsewhere in
Rensselaer a LOUISIANA WATERTHRUSH

At Five Rivers 4/22: LOUISIANA WATERTHRUSH

In New Baltimore 4/23: BROAD-WINGED HAWK

In Albany near the municipal golf course 4/24: RING-NECKED PHEASANT

At Thacher State Park 4/25: NORTHERN GOSHAWK, AMERICAN KESTREL, BLUE
HEADED VIREO, HERMIT THRUSH, YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER, LOUISIANA
WATERTHRUSH, and FIELD SPARROW

In Burnt Hills 4/25: CANADA GOOSE, MALLARD, WOOD DUCK, RUFFED GROUSE
drumming, WILD TURKEY displaying with hens, GREAT BLUE HERON, TURKEY
VULTURE, OSPREY, AMERICAN CROW ,RED-TAILED HAWK, AMERICAN KESTREL,
ROCK PIGEON, MOURNING DOVE, RED-BELLIED WOODPECKER , DOWNY
WOODPECKER, HAIRY WOODPECKER, NORTHERN FLICKER, EASTERN WOOD-PEEWEE,
EASTERN PHOEBE, BLUE JAY, TREE SWALLOW, BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEE,
TUFTED TITMOUSE, WHITE-BREASTED NUTHATCH, AMERICAN ROBIN, NORTHERN
MOCKINGBIRD, CHIPPING SPARROW, SONG SPARROW, DARK-EYED JUNCO,
NORTHERN CARDINAL, RED-WINGED BLACKBIRD, 2, EASTERN MEADOWLARKS,
COMMON GRACKLE, BROWN-HEADED COWBIRD, AMERICAN GOLDFINCH, PURPLE
FINCH, HOUSE SPARROW

At Vischer Ferry NHP 4/25: PEREGRINE FALCON

In Loudonville 4/25: 3 CEDAR WAXWINGS, 3 PURPLE FINCHES

In Schenectady 4/26: female EASTERN TOWHEE

At Vischer Ferry 4/26: CANADA GOOSE, MALLARD, WOOD DUCK, AMERICAN
BLACK DUCK, GREEN-WINGED TEAL, AMERICAN WIGEON, PIED-BILLED GREBE,
GREAT BLUE HERON, GREEN HERON, KILLDEER, MOURNING DOVE, RED-BELLIED
WOODPECKER, HAIRY WOODPECKER AND DOWNY WOODPECKER, NORTHERN FLICKER,
EASTERN PHOEBE, TREE SWALLOW, NORTHERN ROUGH-WINGED SWALLOW,
RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET, AMERICAN ROBIN, YELLOW WARBLER, PALM WARBLER,
YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER, SONG SPARROW, SWAMP SPARROW, CHIPPING SPARROW,
WHITE-THROATED SPARROW, RED-WINGED BLACKBIRD, COMMON GRACKLE,
BROWN-HEADED COWBIRD, RUSTY BLACKBIRD

In New Baltimore 4/26: WOOD THRUSH

At Peebles Island 4/26: SPOTTED SANDPIPER, NORTHERN ROUGH-WINGED
SWALLOW, YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER, and FIELD SPARROW

Vischer Ferry 4/26: OSPREY, ROUGH-WINGED SWALLOW, BLUE-GREY
GNATCATCHER, and RUSTY BLACKBIRD