I took an unsuccessful lap around near sunset today, but I am decidedly 
amateurish at this.
On that note, I come from a background of photography ( but have a healthy 
desire to not disturb the wildlife). This list serve is great, but as someone 
who lives just east of Syracuse, it's not "actionable" given driving distances 
most days. I'd love to find a place nearby that i could visit with camera on a 
regular basis with a reasonable expectation of seeing something interesting. 
Does anyone have any suggestions, or know of a similar list for Onondaga 
county? The creek walk by the mall is ok but I've heard enough stories to be a 
little wary of taking high dollar camera equipment there regularly.

> On Dec 31, 2014, at 3:42 PM, Paul Schmitt <pschm...@stny.rr.com> wrote:
> I have a friend who is returning to France in a few months and would love to 
> see a Snowy before leaving.  Have there been any more sightings at Hancock 
> Field since December 26?
> Appreciate any update. 
> Thanks,
> Paul Schmitt   pschmi...@gmail.com
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