This is Cayuga bird Club trip announcements. Members of the public are also
invited to attend this trip.
Details are as follow:
The Owling field trip on November 7 will be led by Wes Blauvelt and Meena
Haribal. Participants should meet at the Lab of Ornithology parking lot at
Ken Rosenberg and I were at Stewart Park last month when three of them
(don't remember names) came by, described the project briefly, and asked
for advice. They initially considered using the central part of the
lakeshore near the pavilion/floating dock, but we suggested instead the
corner of the
Along with enjoying the Cinnamon Teal (which, by the way, seemed to have
distinct speckles on it's side, and chevron-feather markings fore and aft -
i.e. definitely a hybrid?), and a count of 68 Sandhills from East Rd., we
saw a lone Snow Bunting at Tschache, right in the grassy tracks
Yesterday an hour before dusk I was able to clearly see the lovely hybrid
cinnamon teal and it's companions on my way to Fairport.
Thanks to Dave & Chris for descriptions of why it's a hybrid.
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> On Nov 5, 2015, at 10:51 PM, Dave Nutter
My walk on blustery Mt Pleasant this morning turned up:
A flock of about 50 American Pipits
1 Horned Lark
None of Those White Birds from a few days ago
On the way back, a Common Raven was on the road near a large flock of American
Crows checking out the newly harvested corn field. The raven
Keep your eyes open! Cave Swallows are being reported flying along the South
shoreline of Lake Ontario near Rochester, NY.
Begin forwarded message:
From: Bird observations from western New York
Here is what the City of Ithaca forester said about the wetlands project:
“Basically the students will be planting some cattails and sweet flag along the
waters edge, maybe 50 linear feet.
Then they will do some water sampling through the summer. It's not a big
Sorry I don’t
Hope this isn't too off-topic!
I'm planning to get hearing aids and would like any advice you can give me.
There are too many higher register bird songs I can no longer hear, and I
have trouble hearing Lab of O speakers unless I'm right under their nose.
And I'm always asking my