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The cry goes out: “THE OSPREY ARE RETURNING!” 

And so begins springtime for birders. 


We made it through the winter months and are saying good-bye to our beautiful winter friends, the waterfowl.  However, here come the Warblers!  Those absolutely beautiful birds that are a real challenge to focus the binoculars on and to identify.  But they are certainly worth the effort.  Warbler colors are a joy to behold hidden in the tops of the budding trees.  And they certainly do stay at the tops of those trees, giving all of us that well known “warbler neck” syndrome.


There are many wonderful places to view warblers on Long Island.  Do you think it’s the warblers that drive us to walk the woods, or just the wonderful spring weather?  In either case, grab those binocs and GO BIRDING!!!

 

SPRING ON LONG ISLAND

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