WhenSat, May 4, 7:30am – 4:30pm
*Where:             Finger Lakes National Forest- Teeter Pond*
*No registration necessary- all are welcome.*
. I will be leading an all day field trip in the Finger Lakes National
Forest and possibly other sites in Schuyler County for a casual Schuyler
County Big Day. We will spend most of the day in the Finger Lakes NF,
searching for migrant and resident birds in a variety of habitats - mature
forest, scrubland, grassland, and several ponds within the forest to
maximize our chances for high species diversity. Depending on time and
interest, we may head down to the south end of Seneca Lake and Catherine
Creek Marsh for wetland species and waterfowl. I plan on being in the field
all day, but participants are welcome to depart early or arrive late
(contact me via text/call for a rendezvous 570-362-2548). This will be an
all day trip in rustic habitat with limited facilities. I'll plan on a
brief stop for lunch/snacks, but bring water and dress for the weather and
possible mucky trails. We will meet at the parking lot at Teeter Pond in
the Finger Lakes National Forest at 7:30am. From Searsburg Rd (CR 1) turn
north on Potomac Rd. and turn left (west) at the T intersection. The
parking lot is on the south side of the road across from Horton Pasture.
There is an eBird hotspot for Finger Lakes NF-Teeter Pond
https://ebird.org/hotspot/L940987 that has a clickable link for directions.
If you have questions, contact me at cedarsh...@gmail.com, or for a faster
response, by text at the number above.
Hope to see you there!Josh


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