Hi,

I saw the GHO on the nest today.

Cheers,
Noe


> On Apr 19, 2015, at 7:19 PM, Susan Danskin <dans...@twcny.rr.com> wrote:
> 
> A friend sent me a photo of the chick in the nest time stamped 10:45 am 
> today.  is it possible John’s group was looking at a different nest?  I know 
> Gary K said he spent a bunch of time looking at the wrong nest a couple of 
> weeks ago.
> Susan
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
>> On Apr 19, 2015, at 7:02 PM, Paul Schmitt <pschmi...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> 
>> Well, I have photos of both chicks and adult from Saturday morning.  This 
>> report does not match.
>> 
>> Paul Schmitt
>> 
>> Sent from my iPad
>> 
>>> On Apr 19, 2015, at 6:15 PM, Marie P. Read <m...@cornell.edu> wrote:
>>> 
>>> Correction: I was at the GH Owl nest THURSDAY morning, around 9:00 am. One 
>>> adult and one large nestling were visible in the nest.
>>> < I was there myself on Friday morning when the owls were definitely in 
>>> residence.>
>>> 
>>> Marie
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Marie Read Wildlife Photography
>>> 452 Ringwood Road
>>> Freeville NY  13068 USA
>>> 
>>> Phone  607-539-6608
>>> e-mail   m...@cornell.edu
>>> 
>>> http://www.marieread.com
>>> 
>>> Author of Sierra Wings: Birds of the Mono Lake Basin    Available here:
>>> 
>>> http://marieread.photoshelter.com/gallery/Sierra-Wings-Birds-of-the-Mono-Lake-Basin/G0000NlCxX37uTzE/C0000BPFGij6nLfE
>>> ________________________________________
>>> From: bounce-119069866-5851...@list.cornell.edu 
>>> [bounce-119069866-5851...@list.cornell.edu] on behalf of Marie P. Read 
>>> [m...@cornell.edu]
>>> Sent: Sunday, April 19, 2015 6:08 PM
>>> To: John Confer; CAYUGABIRDS-L
>>> Subject: RE:[cayugabirds-l] SFO learns alchemy - GH Owl nest
>>> 
>>> John Confer wrote:
>>> 
>>> < We drove over to the golf course and first stopped to see the Great 
>>> Horned Owl nest. To our total surprise, , although there was no owl in 
>>> sight, there was a Red-tailed Hawk flat on the nest as if incubating. I 
>>> know some species reuse the nest of other species, but two raptor species 
>>> in the same season? If the red-tail is incubating, it must have started 
>>> laying almost immediately after the GHOW left, because it was there just 
>>> two weeks ago.
>>> 
>>> Well that is totally bizarre, because some friends of mine said they saw 
>>> the GH Owls on that nest Saturday afternoon (I think) and I was there 
>>> myself on Friday morning when the owls were definitely in residence.
>>> 
>>> What happened?
>>> 
>>> Marie
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Marie Read Wildlife Photography
>>> 452 Ringwood Road
>>> Freeville NY  13068 USA
>>> 
>>> Phone  607-539-6608
>>> e-mail   m...@cornell.edu
>>> 
>>> http://www.marieread.com
>>> 
>>> Author of Sierra Wings: Birds of the Mono Lake Basin    Available here:
>>> 
>>> http://marieread.photoshelter.com/gallery/Sierra-Wings-Birds-of-the-Mono-Lake-Basin/G0000NlCxX37uTzE/C0000BPFGij6nLfE
>>> ________________________________________
>>> From: bounce-119069750-5851...@list.cornell.edu 
>>> [bounce-119069750-5851...@list.cornell.edu] on behalf of John Confer 
>>> [con...@ithaca.edu]
>>> Sent: Sunday, April 19, 2015 4:56 PM
>>> To: CAYUGABIRDS-L; John Confer
>>> Subject: [cayugabirds-l] SFO learns alchemy
>>> 
>>>  The warbler team had a moderately good day. We did not find many migrants: 
>>> one White-throated Sparrow as we were leaving the Lab and then a 
>>> Yellow-bellied Sapsucker calling as we got into the cars. The swan pen at 
>>> Stewart Park had few birds and the waterfront produced the more common 
>>> waterfowl. An ornithology class from Binghamton did find a Ruddy Duck, 
>>> which we missed. We heard and saw Fish Crow, at least 5 around the picnic 
>>> tables near the band shelter.  We did hear the wheesey call and see 
>>> glimpses of two Blue-gray Gnatcatchers along the west band of Fall Creek.
>>> 
>>> 
>>>  We drove over to the golf course and first stopped to see the Great Horned 
>>> Owl nest. To our total surprise, , although there was no owl in sight, 
>>> there was a Red-tailed Hawk flat on the nest as if incubating. I know some 
>>> species reuse the nest of other species, but two raptor species in the same 
>>> season? If the red-tail is incubating, it must have started laying almost 
>>> immediately after the GHOW left, because it was there just two weeks ago.
>>> 
>>> 
>>>  Jetty Woods had ~30 cormorants distributed among two trees with a lot of 
>>> guano beneath them, suggesting several days stay. We had a fine view of a 
>>> flicker singing, if you call it that, and then later the same bird on the 
>>> ground, apparently eating ants.
>>> 
>>> 
>>>  Perhaps most enjoyably, we found a White-breasted Nuthatch pair carrying 
>>> material into a cavity in the end of a large, broken branch along the south 
>>> end of Jetty Woods. One bird actually removed some material from the nest, 
>>> which reminded me of trying to move furniture to please my wife.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> A nice morning of birding.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> John Confer
>>> 
>>> 
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