I just got in from Seneca County and had several flocks of Horned Larks, 2
of which also had Snow Buntings. I saw no large flocks of buntings, but was
happy to have excellent scope views of several of them along with the larks
when they settled in the roadway. The mixed flocks were, first, on Thorpe
Rd immediately west of the Finger Lakes airport, and later near dusk on
Kings Corners Rd just north of McCulloch. In one field the larks were
leaping up and snagging seeds from the head of plants, presumably assisted
by the height of the snow cover.
Jared Dawson

On Thu, Feb 4, 2021 at 1:05 PM John Gregoire <johnandsuegrego...@gmail.com>

> Anyone near the SW corner of the CLB may want to check around the
> intersection of Newtown and Fitzgerald Rds as we had a large mixed flock of
> buntings, larks and tree sparrows there before noon. These fields are
> immediately west and NW of our sanctuary on Fitzgerald.
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