As I biked´╗┐ home from a meeting in downtown Ithaca at 8pm I heard northbound 
Canada Geese fairly low. Between 10 & 11 pm Laurie & I went for a walk on the 
path in Cass Park. (It was a bit disorienting to be walking on bare pavement 
rather than cross-country skiing.) As I hoped, several times I heard northbound 
Canada Geese and Snow Geese overhead despite a few drops of rain. With some 
difficulty I was able to discern a few Snow Geese from my yard, which is a very 
noisy location among busy (wet) roads, bridges, a nearby small but full-running 
stream & waterfall, plus much of it is elevated enough to pick up sirens 
anywhere downtown.

--Dave Nutter


On Mar 16, 2015, at 04:54 PM, Laura Stenzler <l...@cornell.edu> wrote:

> Since around 3 pm the goose flocks have been constant. Canada's and Snow 
> Geese, often in mixed flocks. Still coming now. :)
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