Marsha, can you post this to the Black Diamond Trail Facebook page, or
would you like me to?  We stopped walking the Black Diamond once weather
brought out more people, and we live a stone's throw from the trail, for
this same reason.

Kate T Finn,
West Hill

On Mon, May 18, 2020 at 12:23 PM marsha kardon <> wrote:

> FYI I was birding on the Black Diamond Trail Sunday morning and was
> disappointed to find that some bicycle riders, runners, birdwatchers and
> walkers were not wearing masks as they passed me.  The trail is not very
> wide, and the bicycle riders did not even try to stay on the opposite side
> of where I was, even though I had a mask on and was clearly trying to stay
> as far to one side as I could. I have to wear glasses and they fog up when
> I wear a mask, making birdwatching difficult.  But, I pull up my mask if I
> can see anyone coming in either direction and wish all others also would
> cooperate with Gov. Cuomo's order stating that everyone is required to
> wear a face covering when unable to maintain physical distancing.
> --
> *Cayugabirds-L List Info:*
> Welcome and Basics <>
> Rules and Information <>
> Subscribe, Configuration and Leave
> <>
> *Archives:*
> The Mail Archive
> <>
> Surfbirds <>
> BirdingOnThe.Net <>
> *Please submit your observations to eBird
> <>!*
> --


Cayugabirds-L List Info:


Please submit your observations to eBird:


Reply via email to