The north side of Salt Point in Lansing often has a pair flying around the 
small meadow.
Enter Salt Point rd off Myers Rd (off rt. 34-B)
Drive across RR track & go right on gravel road, drive to parking area by kiosk 
& walk around that area.

I often have seen them on Algerine Rd further north along Rt 34-B, too. Drive 
down hill past Ludlow Rd (toward Cayuga Lake) & start looking along the bushy 
areas there.

Donna Scott
Lansing
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On Aug 15, 2018, at 10:10 PM, Heidi King 
<hbardyk...@gmail.com<mailto:hbardyk...@gmail.com>> wrote:

Hello fellow birders,

My daughter (who is almost 6) has been working all summer to complete a NYS-DEC 
youth birding challenge.

The last bird on her list is a Northern Mockingbird. I'd love to help her 
complete the challenge, but have not spotted any myself this season.

Can anyone suggest a semi-reliable spot to see a Mockingbird to encourage this 
young birder?

Thanks so much for any tips!
Heidi King


Details on the challenge here:
http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/109900.html
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