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Checklist S16781965

 
Location
Freeport Pelagic Trip 02012014 - C, Suffolk County, New York, US ( Map )
Date and Effort
Sat Feb 01, 2014 9:00 AM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
47
Duration:
1 hour(s)
Distance:
10.0 mile(s)
Observers:
Alex Bernzweig List , Alyssa Della Fave List , Andrew Baksh List , BOB WASHBURN List , Bill Ypsilantis List , Brian Padden List , Brian Whipple List , Burak Gunes List , Doug Gochfeld List , Ethan Goodman List , Gail Benson List , Guy de Bruyn List , Jared Cole List , Jeremy Barlow List , Joseph DiCostanzo List , Ken Walsh List , Klemens Gasser List , Linda Widdop List , Lisa Carol Wolf List , Lisa Scheppke List , Michael Scheibel List , Nadir Souirgi List , Paulagic Birding , Ray Duffy List , Richard Kaskan List , Sean Sime List , Shai Mitra List , Stephen Kacir List , Taylor Sturm List , Todd McGrath List , deidre asbjorn List
Comments:
Paulagics pelagic trip out of Freeport, NY.
Leaders: Paul Guris, Todd McGrath, Doug Gochfeld, Sean Sime, Shai Mitra, Steve Kacir.

Coordinates taken at 9:25 AM, just after leaving the small boat we were helping out.

Also ~12 Common Dolphins.
Species
9 species (+1 other taxa) total
5
White-winged Scoter
7
Red-throated Loon
37
Common Loon
2
Red-necked Grebe

*Rare this far off shore. Together on the water in front of the boat, then flew as we approached. Photos.
#s 3&4 of the trip, so clearly some atypical displacement (probably due to inland freezing) from farther north is happening in the region right now.

9
Northern Gannet
Age & Sex
Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
Male
Female
Sex Unknown 9
132
Common Murre

*Very high count, and this hour's count alone was higher than the previous New York State high count, but this was helped out in large part by our having to go help a small boat in distress, which took us east, essentially on a transect directly through the heart of the Common Murre zone. Photos of a bunch. The last 78 were counted on a clicker.

22
Razorbill
4
large alcid sp.
1
Black-legged Kittiwake
4
Herring Gull
 

Are you submitting a complete checklist of the birds you were able to identify?

Yes