[cayugabirds-l] SFO 2016 - Celebrating 40 years!

2016-02-05 Thread Marc Devokaitis
Hello Cayuga Birders present and past, Incredibly, 2016 marks the *40th year* for Spring Field Ornithology at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology! This years course begins *Wednesday, March 23rd *and runs through* May 15th. * The course is designed for everyone from the complete beginner to the

RE:[cayugabirds-l] Mourning Dove at Lab of O

2016-02-05 Thread Marie P. Read
WOW! Although I guess they can nest anytime, because they feed their young "crop milk" and don't rely on an external food source. Marie Marie Read Wildlife Photography 452 Ringwood Road Freeville NY 13068 USA Phone 607-539-6608 e-mail m...@cornell.edu http://www.marieread.com

[cayugabirds-l] Mourning Dove at Lab of O

2016-02-05 Thread Mary E. Winston
There is a Mourning Dove already sitting on a nest right over the CLO Seed Closet Door on Friday, February 5! Mary E. Winston Public Outreach Assistant Cornell Lab of Ornithology 607-254-2473 me...@cornell.edu "Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Yesterday Snowy owls. Seybolt Road and North End of Cayuga lake. probable Common Yellowthroat.

2016-02-05 Thread Daniel Graham
Unfortunately, no sign of the Snowy Owl this morning on the gas installation at Reese/Seybolt Rd. at 7:15 (but I didn't look for very long). On 2/4/16, Peter wrote: > It's Reese Rd. and it runs into Seybolt Rd. in the town of Fayette. > Hope this helps. > Pete Sar > >