There was a single Tree Swallow flying over the (mostly frozen) Main Pool at 
Montezuma yesterday (Sunday) afternoon about 2:00. Just one, not a flock.
By Sunday afternoon, many of the Snow Geese seemed to have moved to the 
Mucklands (around 3:00). I estimated 100,000, but who knows when the numbers 
are that large. They covered the cornfields from Puddler's Marsh to a half-mile 
north of Rt. 31. And there was a large flock (2-3000) at Carncross Road. No 
Sandhill Crane visible.
David Gooding


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