I have seen a single COMMON RAVEN in that area a couple of times recently, once flying north low alongside Pine Tree Rd by the Oxley Equestrian center at dawn, and once later in the day in the field opposite the end of Snyder Hill Rd stretching down to the East Ithaca Recreationway. I'm curious whether it's a young unmated bird or whether it's foraging while its mate tends a nest somewhere in the neighborhood. I wouldn't have guessed this as raven habitat, but then I'm not a raven.
--Dave Nutter

On Apr 12, 2013, at 07:42 AM, Ray Zimmerman <r...@cornell.edu> wrote:

RAVEN about 7:30 flying over horse pastures on Pine Tree Rd toward East Hill Plaza.

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