Chris and all -
Sorry for the lack on information. Ken Kemphues and I let a CBC trip yesterday
- up and around the lake, mainly targeting water birds but also scanning the
bunting/lark flock at Belltown Dairy for Longspurs (2 found). The other main
target was the Snowy Owls at the Seneca Falls Airport. Thanks to Gary’s hard
work, we quickly found the first one just east of the runway, then a second one
atop one of the hangers. From there we headed over to Hosner Road to look for
the repported third owl (also found on Ridge Road). While driving past the
quarry we noted a “falcon candidate” perched in the tall trees just in from the
main, green building. It was partly obscured by branches. After 45 minutes,
nine scopes, and the help of Kevin McGowan we were able to confidently ID it as
I went into eBird this morning to search for that sighting and discovered that
they have a filter that blocks the exact location of sensitive species.
However, for anyone searching for it in the future, it was perched in the same
group of trees as last year, best seen from either Hosner or Canoga Roads.
On Jan 15, 2018, at 11:37 AM, Christopher T. Tessaglia-Hymes <c...@cornell.edu>
> What GYRFALCON...?
> Is this being kept secret? Is it on private land?
> Thanks in advance for any more details anyone can take the time to provide
> and share with the broader group.
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Jan 15, 2018, at 10:29, Gary Kohlenberg <jg...@cornell.edu> wrote:
>> One Snowy Owl is on Thorpe Rd. by the Fingerlakes Airport again this
>> No sign of the Gyrfalcon yet today.
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>> Please submit your observations to eBird:
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