Hi all,

a bit of boundaries but relates to this subject.

Saw around 1000 Brant Geese on several flocks (biggest I saw was some c.300
birds) flying over Coney Island from 1:30-4:00pm, and thought to myself
"later there will be postings on Cayuga Birds... :)

Cheers,
Pedro

2009/10/14 Annette Finney <afin...@hospicare.org>

>  Just had a flock of 50 or 60 BRANT flying and *vocalizing* over Hospicare
> here on South Hill, headed northeast.  What a thrill!
>
> Also lines of Turkey Vultures streaming northward.
>
> In the shrubs, lots of Bluebirds, Robins, and Yellow-rumped Warblers, with
> numerous Red-winged Blackbirds "chack"-ing in the cattails.
>
> *Annette*
>
> Annette Finney
> Director of Support Services
> Hospicare & Palliative Care Services
>  of Tompkins County, Inc.
> 172 E. King Road
> Ithaca, NY 14850
> 607-272-0212
> afin...@hospicare.org
> www.hospicare.org
>
>  P *Please think of the environment before printing this email.  Thank
> you!*
>
>

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