What pleasures may come in the month of May? Find out by getting out! What will you be doing this weekend and is birding on your itinerary? Share your plans in the comments below.
The birdiest portion of my long weekend will probably be today when Mason and I tell Ivy’s pre-K class about the birds of Rochester and beyond. Corey plans on taking Desi out for some birding as well. Will Evie be roaming the grounds of the estate with Charlie?
Whatever your plans this weekend, make time to enjoy SkyWatch Friday. Also be sure to come back Monday to share your best bird of the weekend!
Central Park in NYC is a prime place to spot spring migrants
I’ll be around Sharm el Sheikh, tomorrow (which is the 1st day of our weekend), I’ll be in Nabq at the beach front and most likely in the nature protectorate.
Saturday most likely on the Golf course, checking what migrants are still around (and maybe even catch some new ones).
Wishing everyone a good weekend!
I’m leading a Backcountry Photography trip this weekend locally here in Ithaca so will be birding whiel in teh woods for that. Mostly near Treman State Park and in Lick Creek Gorge. On a quick scouting trip yesterday had Louisiana Waterthrush singing and a few others that I couldn’t ID and didn’t track down to see. Should be a fun weekend!
Wyalusing State Park for me! I always go there on the first weekend in May. Def my fav state park in WI. 😀
Yellow-throated Warbler, Louisiana Waterthrush, Cerulean Warbler, Kentucky Warbler and more!
What a great perch, I could not sit there. Afraid of heights.
Sydney – City and Suburbs
An island called Ventotene a little way off the coast and south of Rome, Italy. A great place for migratory birds in spring and coming back from Africa.
Er, well, the fields south of Leimen/Heidelberg.
A beautiful and serene scene. Lovely spot to just sit and watch.
East! Spending the week in BC’s west Kootenays.