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Thread subject: Two chicks, I think, at MNSA Long Island nest
Name Date Message
martyc35 05/27/10 01:47 pm LINK
marty
Melanie 05/27/10 02:14 pm I'm seeing at least one - peaking out from under Mom's right wing/chest. She looks like she's sitting up a little higher.
Anne UK1 05/27/10 02:25 pm Nice pic Marty - I'm glad you've got your problem sorted :)

Is this nest close to Dennis & Betty's?
martyc35 05/27/10 02:28 pm I'm not sure where it is located. Any Long Islanders know?
marty
Melanie 05/27/10 02:33 pm It's in Oceanside NY which is about 40 miles west of the DPOF nest and 12 miles east of JFK International Airport
terryo 05/27/10 02:37 pm MNSA stands for Marine Nature Study Area and as Mel reported it's located in Oceanside NY here on the island.
Mickey 05/27/10 07:14 pm As Mel said its 40 miles away as the crow flies. Its a hour plus drive though. And the neighborhoods are night and day different. Oceanside is in JFKs flight path. As many have written before, being on the DPOF compound is like stepping back into the early 1900`s. Oceanside is like a very very very small city.
Anne UK1 05/28/10 05:17 am Thanks all. It's nice to be able to get an idea of where places are.

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