This Saturday night, September 19th @5pm, the Last Minute Band (LMB) will be playing at the beach. This will be the last band night of the 2020 beach season. The weather is getting cooler at night, so pack a sweatshirt or blanket. As usual, please carpool if possible and park tight so that we have room for everyone.
The beach will be open the next 2 weekends (Friday eve, and Saturday & Sunday) weather permitting.
Please remember when using the beach after hours to properly lock the gate and the drop down bar.
Thanks and see you at the beach!
On February 19, 2020, at least twenty-seven Brant (Branta bernicla) visited the Tides Beach. Brant breeds in the Arctic; winters along the coast south to California and the Carolinas. Rarely seen here this flock most likely is migrating back to the Arctic. Brant never visit the interior of North America. They are similar to Canada geese but are smaller, shorter neck, and lack the conspicuous white cheek patch. Dark brown above with black head and neck, and an inconspicuous white mark on the side of the neck.
Migrating flocks can be identified at a great distance as they travel in erratic, constantly shifting bunches unlike the V-shaped flocks of Canada Geese or the long, irregular lines of Snow Geese.
See pictures below.
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Tides Beach, P. O. Box 1042, Rocky Point NY 11778
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