Bill Shirley, Susie I stopped for lunch at Wolffys a couple weeks ago. We concur with your assessment. This is the old Marina's. There is a deck overlooking the lake, and of special interest to the Cornell folks, a full BAR. Service was excellent. S. S. _ From:
Good morning, Regardless of whether a Snowy Owl is in or out of the drainage system for the Cayuga Lake Basin, or elsewhere in the immediately surrounding Finger Lakes Region, there are many subscribers on Cayugabirds-L, as well as readers online who are not active subscribers of this eList, who
I reported the snowy owl as soon as I saw it, knowing many people would be interested. I could not tell if the bird landed on the roof and is staying at the mall or flew off over the thruway or to one of the many nearby fields. I tried to relocate it, but could not. Carol Keeler Sent from my
I saw on Facebook that the snowy owl has been hanging out all week at the outlet mall. I live nearby, so I just went over to see if I could see him. I did! He was on the ground, eating something, in the open space by the thruway between the Rockport and Timberland stores. After a while he flew
Glad to know he's staying there so people can look for him. Carol Keeler Sent from my iPad On Dec 28, 2011, at 4:03 PM, Claire Damaske cdama...@gmail.com wrote: I saw on Facebook that the snowy owl has been hanging out all week at the outlet mall. I live nearby, so I just went over to see
With some of our regulars unable to help this year, there is still a need for counters in Area 1 (north and west of Freeville). Please contact Colleen Richards (area leader) off the listserve if you have questions or are interested in helping cl...@juno.com . Thanks!
I definitively will continue to share any unusual birds we see down here in the southern tier with this list... like the Loggerhead Shrike that a few of you got to see in 2010. Snowy Owl still has not be re-found at the Binghamton airport by the way. Good luck to you all. Take care.
I agree with Chris T-H in welcoming reports from beyond the Cayuga Lake Basin, especially big, rare, easy-to-ID-from-a-respectful-distance birds like Snowy Owls, but also anything wild-bird-related which is unusual or interesting to you the writer/observer.I just want to set the record straight