NY Hudson Mohawk March 29


Satyr Tragopan,©BirdQuest

RBA

NY Hudson-Mohawk

March 29 2017

NYHM1703.29



Birdline summary for week ending March 29:

39 reports; 57 species reported

 

Best of the week:

GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE: Glenmont 3/24

RED-NECKED GREBE: Saratoga Lake 3/29

RED-SHOULDERED HAWK: Greene County 3/24

SANDHILL CRANE: Poestenkill 3/26 (7), 3/27 (4), 3/28 (7)

BONAPARTES GULL: Crescent Power Plant 3/25

ICELAND GULL: Crescent Power Plant 3/25

GLAUCOUS GULL: Cohoes-Crescent 3/27, 3/28; Round Lake 3/29

WINTER WREN: Niskayuna 3/23 (2)

RUSTY BLACKBIRD: Collins Lake 3/25

 

Other notables: 

Snow Goose: Catskill 3/25 (2500); Saratoga 3/26 (12); Salem 3/26 (6)

Gadwall: Collins Lake 3/25 (2), 3/28 (2); Vischer Ferry 3/26 (4)

Northern Shoveler: Vischer Ferry 3/26 (6)

Northern Pintail: Wrights Loop 3/23; Vischer Ferry 3/26 (10)

Greater Scaup: Saratoga Lake 3/29 (4)

Lesser Scaup: Schodack Island SP 3/26 (10); Saratoga Lake 3/29 (64)

Ring-necked Pheasant: Fort Edward 3/23

Common Loon: Saratoga Lake 3/26

Pied-billed Grebe: Collins Lake 3/25

Great Egret: Selkirk 3/25

Osprey: Selkirk 3/29

Bald Eagle: Fort Edward 3/23; Salem 3/26; Round Lake 3/29

Northern Harrier: Fort Edward 3/23

Rough-legged Hawk: Fort Edward 3/23 (10), 3/25 (2)

American Coot: Collins Lake 3/25

Eastern Screech-Owl: Kinderhook 3/22 (2)

Barred Owl: Averill Park 3/25

American Kestrel: Fort Edward 3/23

Eastern Phoebe: Five Rivers 3/28 (2); Palenville 3/29

Tree Swallow: Stillwater 3/26; Five Rivers 3/28

Carolina Wren: Hudson Crossing 3/23; Saratoga Lake 3/29

Winter Wren: Five Rivers 3/28

Fox Sparrow: Averill Park 3/23, 3/24; Guilderland 3/24; Poestenkill 3/24

Eastern Meadowlark: Poestenkill 3/25; East Hoosick 3/27

Pine Siskin: Providence 3/27 (2)

 


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