Are you sure they were NOT Double-crested Cormorants? They are plentiful in
that area.

On Mon, Sep 25, 2017 at 10:44 AM, Fredric Kardon <fredrickar...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> About 9:30 AM today while walking from Cass Park to Hog Hole,  we saw what
> we thought were loons swimming near the red buoy/lighthouse past the jetty
> at the south end of Cayuga Lake.  There were about 35.  I wanted to report
> them to Ebird but was advised they are rare for this date and location, so
> I haven't reported them yet.  The other possibility is that they were
> grebes.  When I put in PBGR,I was told this is a high count for this date
> and location.    Based on size and sillhouette we think they are loons.  We
> only had binoculars with us.  Any suggestions?
>
> Fred Kardon
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