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Photograph by Dan Kristiansen
The Roseate Spoonbill is a medium sized pale pink wading bird with a distinctive long, flat spoon-shaped bill and is rare in any area north of Florida and the Gulf coast. But on the morning of July 25th, 2021 two separate birds were reported here on Long Island. The...
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Here we recap our June meeting with a visit from the Tackapausha Museum and Preserve, where we were able to see some of the wildlife they brought over.
Due to a low response to the October dinner at Captain Bills and Covid, we decided to cancel it.
From being welcomed to a bumper crop of Cardinals, Mockingbirds, and other birds in my yard this summer to preparing for the GSBAS Fall Feeder Survey.
Take Sunrise Highway to exit 57N, Horseblock Rd. Bear right onto County Road 21, Yaphank Ave. Travel approximately one mile to the Cornell Cooperative Extension on left. Turn left onto the entranceMay 31, 2022 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm at Suffolk County Farm
Bird Feeder Survey
Hummingbirds in Ultra-Slow Motion
The colibri (hummingbird) is a sacred bird for the Taino Indians because it is a pollinator and as such, brings life.
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