Re: [cayugabirds-l] lewis's woodpecker

2011-03-23 Thread Dave Nutter
This is highly recommended if, like me, it would be a life bird and you don't have plans to spend a lot of time in the west to find it. Fred is gracious and informative about this bird's habits, and he has an array of beautiful photos he has taken in case the bird does not cooperate. In my case

[cayugabirds-l] Pipits

2011-03-23 Thread Julie Bertram
Hi Everyone, There were 35 Pipits on the North Drive at MacKenzie-Childs in Aurora at 5PM today. Fred Bertram Canandaigua -- -- Cayugabirds-L List Info: ARCHIVES: 1)

[cayugabirds-l] George Road pond 23Mar11

2011-03-23 Thread Jay McGowan
No luck with the Common Teal again this evening. Very few Green-winged Teal at all, so I suspect it has departed for the time being, though it could easily turn up again. New arrivals included at least 6 AMERICAN PIPITS foraging along the ice edge and a WILSON'S SNIPE. Jay McGowan Dryden, NY

Re:[cayugabirds-l] Eurasian Green-winged Teal, George Road

2011-03-23 Thread Jay McGowan
By the way, I was not able to find the Common Teal yesterday morning. The teal numbers were way down from a few days ago (about 15 instead of close to 80), but a lot of water had opened up on the east end where there is a lot of vegetation, and a lot of the dabblers were in there, so I could

[cayugabirds-l] more Pipits-Myers

2011-03-23 Thread John Greenly
lots of Pipits blowing around down on the shore at Myers, and along the roads nearby too. --John Greenly Ludlowville -- Cayugabirds-L List Info: ARCHIVES: 1)