And so the "Fall" migration of shorebirds has begun.....SarSent from my 
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[cayugabirds-l] Montezuma shorebirds and babies. Joann and I drove through 
Montezuma this afternoon. We knew a few Yellowlegs had dropped in Friday but 
surprised to find 32 Lessers and 1 Greater plus 1 Least and 1 Spotted Sandpiper 
in the flooded grasses near the channel halfway down the main pool. Then 
another 27 Lesser and 3 Greater Yellowlegs at Eaton marsh. Shorebird Flats had 
2 Pied-billed Grebe families. One with 2 young, the other with 4. A Common 
Gallinule family there had 7 young. Up at the west end of Benning Marsh there 
was a Female Gadwall with 8 new babies. At Morgan Road a flock of 18 Sandhill 
Cranes were on the back edge of the cornfield on the right just before the 
first house. 2 more Cranes( no young)were on Carncross. Also the first time 
we’ve heard Cerluean Warbler in the woods just north of Carncross. Mike and 
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