Species: MacGillivray’s Warbler Geothlypis tolmiei
Number of Individuals observed: 1
Date of Sighting: 11/28/2013
County : Dauphin
Location : Highspire Reservoir Park
GPS Coordinates: 40.2061719,-76.773999
Observer(s): Tom Johnson, Timothy Reichard, Mark McConaughy, many others
Date of Submission: 11-30-2013, 12-8-2013
Reports Submitted by: Tom Johnson, Timothy Reichard, Mark McConaughy
Written Description: yes x 3 Photo: yes x 13 (3 photographers) Recording: yes, sound file
Species: White-faced Ibis Plegadis chihi
Date of Sighting: 3 May 2012 to 3 May 2012
County : HUNTINGDON Location : OLD CROW WETLANDS
Observer(s): David Kyler, Trudy Kyler
Date of Submission: 2012
Submitted by: David Kyler, Trudy Kyler
Written Description: Yes Photo: Yes Specimen: No Recording: No
Lazuli Bunting — near Oakland Mills, Juniata County on April 27, 2004. Photo by Deuane Hoffman. Note the light wingbars, buffy breast, and turquoise blue head, wings, and tail. This bird represents the 1st record for Juniata County and only the 2nd record for Pennsylvania!
Lazuli Bunting — near Oakland Mills, Juniata County on April 29, 2004. Photo by Bob Fowles. This photo of the same bird was taken two days later. Again, note the light wingbars, buffy breast, and turquoise blue head and wings. This bird represents the 1st record for Juniata County and only the 2nd record for Pennsylvania!
Long-tailed Jaeger — Lake Nockamixon, Bucks County; August 31 and September 1, 2003. Photo by Elaine Ryan. This bird was found by Bill Etter. This photo of an intermediate juvenile on the road near the fishing pier shows the half-dark stubby bill, light head, pale upper belly, fine white barring on the back, and bolder barring behind the legs. This bird represents the 1st Bucks County record and only the 2nd record for Pennsylvania.
This bird was present from early March to late May. Note the black back and heavily barred sides. This bird represents the 1st record for Pike County and only the 2nd documented record for Pennsylvania! Note this adult male’s distinctive yellow cap on its head.
Hammond’s Flycatcher — Monocacy Nature Center, Bethlehem, Northampton County; November 28, 2000. Photos by Dave DeReamus. This bird was originally found by Joe Zajacek and Linda Freedman on November 18th, but could not be positively identified at that time. Ten days later, on November 28th, Linda Freedman refound the bird and sent word out to other birders whom extensively photographed it and recorded its call. Note the ‘teardrop’ behind the eye on the grayish head, the tiny bill, and the olive-colored back. This very cooperative bird was seen by many birders from several states. It was last seen on December 21st. This bird represents the 1st record for Northampton County and only the 2nd documented record for Pennsylvania!
This rear view shows the primary projection, which extends about a third of the way down the notched tail.
Here, the bird is stretching its wing, exposing the primaries.
Note the yellowish wash on the belly in addition to the ‘teardrop’ behind the eye and the tiny bill.