A newsboard for reporting bird sightings, happenings & announcements,miscellany in north Brooklyn and the 3 main central north Brooklyn green regions : historic Prospect Park, Brooklyn Botanic Garden & north half of Kings County, & Greenwood Cemetery.A service for Brooklyn birders and visitors. Also note: Conservation issues & miscellany posts.
Sunday, November 23, 2014
-----Original Message----- From: email@example.com To: Peter Dorosh Sent: Sun, Nov 23, 2014 8:55 am Subject: GWC
Green-Wood Cemetery. It took me almost 3 hours, but I saw over 23 species, pine siskins (in three places) and a wood duck. Here is the list:
American goldfinch (flocks in sweet gums and at Crescent Water)
Pine siskin (end of Heath Path in sweet gum, at Crescent Water, and on Landscape Avenue above the Sylvan Water)
Wood duck (on Dell Water)
Hooded merganser (3 hens on Sylvan Water)
White-throated sparrow (total of 3)
Plus the species I just emailed you.
No American robins, feral pigeons, or house sparrows