* New York
* Buffalo
* 03/22/2018
* NYBU1803.22
- Birds mentioned

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  Great Blue Heron
  Tundra Swan
  Ring-necked Duck
  Bald Eagle
  American Kestrel
  American Coot
  Iceland Gull
  Glaucous Gull
  Snowy Owl
  Cedar Waxwing

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  Hotline: Buffalo Bird Report at the Buffalo Museum of Science
  Date:             03/22/2018
  Number:           716-896-1271
  To Report:        Same
  Compiler:         David F. Suggs
  Coverage:         Western New York and adjacent Ontario
  Website:          www.BuffaloOrnithologicalSociety.org

  Thursday, March 22, 2018

  The Buffalo Bird Report is a service provided
  by your Buffalo Museum of Science and the
  Buffalo Ornithological Society. To contact the
  Science Museum, call 896-5200. Press the pound
  key to report sightings before the end of this

  Highlights of reports received March 8 through
  March 22 from the Niagara Frontier Region.

  Waterfowl were highlighted by EURASIAN WIGEON
  at two locations in the Tonawanda Wildlife
  Management Area on March 11 - Feeder Marsh and
  Meadville Marsh. March 11 to 18, up to 6 GR.
  WHITE-FR. GEESE at Kumpf Marsh in the Iroquois
  Refuge. In Oakfield, near the Oak Orchard
  Wildlife Management Area, 5 CACKLING GEESE on
  the 11th. At Cayuga Pool in the Iroquois
  Refuge, abundant RING-NECKED DUCKS and AMERICAN
  COOT. And, 525 TUNDRA SWANS at Meadville Marsh.

  SNOWY OWLS still on the Lake Erie ice off the
  Erie Basin Marina in Buffalo. SNOWY OWLS also
  around the Iroquois Refuge - in Oakfield, and
  at South Wood Road in Shelby.

  March 22, in a yard near the Lake Ontario shore
  in Wilson, one BOHEMIAN WAXWING among 100 CEDAR
  WAXWINGS. Another Lake Ontario shoreline report
  - a reported male ROSE-BR. GROSBEAK, March 17
  through March 20, at a feeder at Sunset Beach
  in Orleans County.

  Other recent reports - in the Southern Tier,
  AMERICAN KESTREL returned to a nest site in the
  Cattaraugus County Town of Hinsdale. Two adult
  BALD EAGLES migrating over I-990 in Amherst. On
  the upper Niagara River, ICELAND and GLAUCCOUS
  GULLS. And, a BALD EAGLE appeared to flush the
  GREAT BLUE HERONS from their nests on Motor
  Island. A few days later, six pairs of
  herons had returned to the rookery.

  You may report sightings after the tone. Thank
  you for calling and reporting.

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