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Brooklyn VI Pelagic Trip 01142017- E

Owner Jay McGowan

Traveling
  • 55
  • 12 mi
Comments

Paulagics pelagic trip out of Sheepshead Bay aboard the Brooklyn VI, with captain Keith, and mates Tommy, Kenny, and company. Leaders: Anita Guris, Paul Guris, Doug Gochfeld, Sean Sime, Andy Guthrie, Alec Humann, Bob Diebold, Julian Hough, Nadir Souirgi.

Water temperature up to 49 degrees F. Checking out the westernmost 3 out of 5 total scallop boats in the area, then turning southeast. High Kittiwake density relative to everything else.

Observations

  1. Number observed: 14
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  2. Common/Thick-billed Murre

    Number observed: 1

    Comments: Flying opposite direction of boat on starboard side, seen only by a couple of people (and only photographed by JWM?) Full dark hood, relatively thin bill compared to Razorbill. Looked to be mostly in alternate plumage.

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  3. Number observed: 6
  4. Number observed: 40

    Comments: *High count. Mostly adults, but a handful of 2CY (first-winter) birds.

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  5. Number observed: 80
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  6. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Adult with gulls in wake.

    Age & Sex:
    Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
    Male
    Female
    Sex Unknown 1
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  7. Number observed: 30

    Comments: One 1st cycle with large, whitish (bleached) patches in secondary coverts.

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  8. Number observed: 1
  9. Number observed: 1
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Additional species seen by Thomas Ford-Hutchinson:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Heydi Lopes:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Derek Rogers:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Michael Yuan:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by BOB WASHBURN:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Jesse Sargent:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Sean Sime:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Nadir Souirgi:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Anonymous eBirder:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Maha katnani:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Douglas Futuyma:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Alec Humann:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Michael Scheibel:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Anthony Collerton:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Matthew Zeitler:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Zach Schwartz-Weinstein:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by David La Magna:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Roberta Manian:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by chase cammarota:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by David Harrison:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Joshua Malbin:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Brian Whipple:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Pat Palladino:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Barbara Mansell:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Matthew Tozer:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Klemens Gasser:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Paulagic Birding:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Gail Benson:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Alissa Milillo:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Peter Paul:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Ryan Zucker:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by HJ Kim:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Daisy Paul:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Doug Gochfeld:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Adelia Honeywood:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Julian Hough:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Thomas Burke:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Mike Z:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by James Merwin:
  1. Number observed: 80
Additional species seen by Martin Dellwo:
  1. Number observed: 80
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