Two are on 96A near Geneva. One, dark bird, on pole at 96A and Larsen. The
other on a gas well, very white bird, at 96A and Woodworth.
Nice commute to school this morning!!
near 3801-3921 New York 96A, Geneva, NY 14456
After being absent for the past week, the SNOWY OWL near Rt. 96a in
Geneva is back as of this morning. It was about 100 yds behind #3579
Rt. 96a. For those making the trek, it's worth swinging by the Geneva
Yacht Club as well since there is a BALD EAGLE that is often soaring
in the vicinity (it
Ah! I now see David Diaz has beaten me to the punch. The owl I saw
today was the lighter one.
Cayugabirds-L List Info:
Just had our first SONG SPARROW of the year pop into our yard. The
early migrants must be moving in. As I recall, red-winged blackbirds
have been known to show up near the end of February, so before you know
it, they will appear!
W. Larry Hymes
There was a flock of 50 almost certainly red-winged blackbirds humming north
over Mays Point on Sat.. They were not starlings or grackles, but I was not
close enough for a positive ID. S. Fast
On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 10:40 AM, W. Larry Hymes w...@cornell.edu wrote:
Just had our
Sorry for the late post. After seeing Tim Lenz's EURASIAN GREEN-WINGED
(Common) TEAL at the south end of Seneca Lake on Sunday, Livia and I
checked out the Aythya flock in the southwest corner of Cayuga Lake.
Highlight was dozens of AMERICAN WIGEON (over 70!), two GREEN-WINGED TEAL
PEREGRINE FALCON on Bradfield Hall SW corner ledge 1/2-way up. Yard bird!
Cayugabirds-L List Info:
I was walking back from the lake, where I found no new or unusual waterfowl, and was south of the Children's Garden in Cass Park when I decided to have a look at Bradfield Hall, which was in bright sun through cold clear air, i.e. optimal viewing conditions. Using binoculars I saw a suspicious
The north end of Seneca Lake is one of my personal-favorite birding
destinations in winter. Jim Tarolli and I hit all the waterfront spots in
Geneva on Monday, coming up with thousands of Redhead and Canada Geese, at
least 100 Canvasback, and an arrival of Wigeon. Birds were at all different
I think yard bird is the one which flies over or alights within your yard
boundary. This would another category! Birds seen from the yard!
Ithaca NY 14850
My definition of 'yard bird' is what is seen or heard from my yard. I agree
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