There were 11 No. Pintail with Blacks and Mallards along the shoreline at
Seneca Lake State Park in Geneva today.  A nice group of about 60 Common
Goldeneye were offshore. Heavy waves, rain and constant diving prevented
study of a rounder headed female with a fairly extensive yellow tip to the
bill.  Probably a young female common but worth looking at in calmer water.


Yesterday at 5 pm a single Short-eared owl was feeding 100 yards east of the
woods on the north side of Van Dyne Spoor Road at Montezuma. 2 Great-horned
Owls called across the canal form the east end   - Mike Tetlow 


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