* New York* Syracuse
- December 04, 2017
* NYSY 12.04.17 Hotline: Syracuse Rare bird AlertDates(s):November 27, 2017 -
December 04, 2017to report by e-mail: brinjoseph AT yahoo.comcovering upstate
NY counties: Cayuga, Montezuma National Wildlife Refugeand Montezuma Wetlands
Complex (MWC) (just outside Cayuga County),Onondaga, Oswego, Lewis, Jefferson,
Oneida, Herkimer, Madison & Cortlandcompiled: December 04 AT 2:00 p.m.
(EST)compiler: Joseph BrinOnondaga Audubon Homepage: www.onondagaaudubon.org
Greetings: This is the Syracuse Rare Bird Alert for the week of November 27,
RED-THROATED LOONCATTLE EGRETROSS’S GOOSECACKLING GOOSEGREATER WHITE-FRONTED
GOOSEGOLDEN EAGLEBLACK VULTURESANDHILL CRANESNOWY OWLSHORT-EARED OWLMARSH
Montezuma National Wildlife Complex (MNWC) and Montezuma Wetlands Complex
1/29: A late MARSH WREN was seen from VanDyne Spoor Road. A ROSS’S GOOSE
was seen in the mucklands along Rt. 31 west of the Seneca River. A SHORT-EARED
OWL was seen at Martens Tract. 12/2: A late MARSH WREN was heard from the
tower at the Visitor’s Center. 12/3: A GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE was seen
at the Visitor’s Center. 112 SANDHILL CRANES were seen at Knox-Marsellus Marsh.
A CATTLE EGRET has continues through the week at Wilgoose fields along Rt. 89.
11/28: A GOLDEN EAGLE was seen in flight along Rt. 370 at Hayes Road east
of Baldwinsville. 12/1: A SHORT-EARED OWL was seen at Three Rivers WMA
north of Baldwinsville.A SNOWY OWL was seen at the Davidson Auto sales area on
Rt. 31 east of Baldwinsville. It was seen again on the 2nd. just east at the
Fucillo auto sales area. 12/3: A CACKLING GOOSE was seen on Church Road
near Marietta south of Rt. 20. 12/4: A BLACK VULTURE was seen near the Town
Center shopping area on Rt. 5 in Fayetteville.
12/2: A SNOWY OWL was seen at the Sky High Sod Farm north of Chittenango.
A CACKLING GOOSE was seen at Woodman Pond north of Hamilton.
12/1: 4 PINE SISKINS were seen at Spring Farm Nature Center south of
---Joseph BrinRegion 5 Baldwinsville, NY 13027 USA
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