I'm thinking that they are starting to filter in .. there does seem to be a big influx recently. On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 7:52 PM, Marie P. Read m...@cornell.edu wrote: Lots of robins about...I just haven't posted about it! Scores of them feeding on the still-fruit-laden the crabapples in the
And bluebirds in Danby and Brooktondale On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 7:48 AM, Linda Madeo lwma...@gmail.com wrote: I'm thinking that they are starting to filter in .. there does seem to be a big influx recently. On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 7:52 PM, Marie P. Read m...@cornell.edu wrote: Lots
I do Wednesday night Raptor Survey at Montezuma. We have been seeing large numbers of robins the last few weeks. Last week from my survey spot on Morgan Rd. I counted over 200 going to roost. At my home in Ontario County I have had about 30 in my hedgerow and bird feeding garden all winter.
In early January there were scores of American Robins along Lake Road near Long Point State Park in the Town of Ledyard. They eat the cedar berries. I've seen groups of Robins in such fruited woodsy areas all winter, but it does seem that recently there have been more of them in other places,
I saw my first 2 robins on Connecticut Hill yesterday, high in a tree, golden in the setting sun. Dave G. On Thursday, February 27, 2014 8:35 AM, Janet Akin ja...@rochester.rr.com wrote: I do Wednesday night Raptor Survey at Montezuma. We have been seeing large numbers of robins the
FYI, I'll be leading a field trip this Saturday (3/1). We'll meet at 8am at the lab parking lot, and plan to be back around 2pm. Forecast says cold and windy, so dress for cold and windy :-D. Likely destinations are along the lake up to Aurora, possibly Union Springs, and maybe the Indian Field
Of potential interest to subscribers to this list who live in the Ithaca area. Feel free to forward to anyone who might be interested in this talk. --Marty Tracks and Shadows: Field Biology as Art Book talk by Harry W. Greene Thursday, March 6, 4:00 pm Stern Seminar Room, 160 Mann Library