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

2016-02-10 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Please create new threads for recent sightings, otherwise we'll always have
a yellowthroat and a snowy owl around yesterday.

Thanks,

Brad

On Wed, Feb 10, 2016 at 8:49 AM Daniel Graham  wrote:

> Sorry this is a bit late but the snowy owl was present again yesterday
> (Tues) on the ground near the gas installation at 10am.
>
> On 2/8/16, marsha kardon  wrote:
> > Thanks for your help with directions - the snowy owl was on the gas
> > installation at about 11:15 this morning.
> >
> > On Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 10:06 PM, Peter 
> wrote:
> >
> >> It's Reese Rd. and it runs into Seybolt Rd. in the town of Fayette.
> >> Hope this helps.
> >> Pete Sar
> >>
> >>
> >> On 2/4/2016 6:09 PM, marsha kardon wrote:
> >>
> >> I can't find a Freese Rd in Seneca Falls on Google maps - can you help?
> >> I
> >> do find Seybolt Rd.
> >>
> >> On Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 5:54 PM, Michael Tetlow <
> mjtet...@frontiernet.net>
> >> wrote:
> >>
> >>>  Sorry to post late but I just wanted to send a note that yesterday
> >>> the Snowy Owl was seen again on the west side of Seybolt Road just
> north
> >>> of
> >>> Freese road in Seneca Falls.(I know I missed it last week as did
> >>> others).
> >>>
> >>> Later, I and 2 helpers were working on the Montezuma Raptor survey
> >>> at
> >>> Cayuga marsh walking the tracks in from route 89 opposite the village
> of
> >>> Cayuga. We totaled 10 Northern Harriers and I Short-eared Owl. On the
> >>> south
> >>> side of the tracks a probable Common Yellowthroat called a couple times
> >>> from the marsh just east of the wooded edge. I know the call I just
> >>> prefer
> >>> to see the bird to be sure.
> >>>
> >>>  Just before dark a Snowy owl appeared on the top of the tallest
> >>> power pole farthest to our east along the railroad tracks. Don’t know
> >>> where
> >>> it was when I was viewing the 2000 plus Tundra Swans from Mud Lock
> >>> earlier.
> >>> With no ice it could have been anywhere. 1000’s(probably 15) of Snow
> >>> Geese
> >>> flew in from the north and joined the swans to roost south of Mud lock.
> >>>
> >>>  Several  groups of around 1000 Redhead each were spread out from
> >>> Cayuga Lake State Park on the west to south to Union springs on the
> >>> east.
> >>> The west side birds, although distant, had a good number of Canvasback
> >>> (50ish) mixed in and the union spring birds had a few of both Scaup
> >>> species
> >>>  and close to 500 Ring-necked Ducks.
> >>>
> >>>  Mike Tetlow
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Yesterday Snowy owls. Seybolt Road and North End of Cayuga lake. probable Common Yellowthroat.

2016-02-10 Thread Daniel Graham
Sorry this is a bit late but the snowy owl was present again yesterday
(Tues) on the ground near the gas installation at 10am.

On 2/8/16, marsha kardon  wrote:
> Thanks for your help with directions - the snowy owl was on the gas
> installation at about 11:15 this morning.
>
> On Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 10:06 PM, Peter  wrote:
>
>> It's Reese Rd. and it runs into Seybolt Rd. in the town of Fayette.
>> Hope this helps.
>> Pete Sar
>>
>>
>> On 2/4/2016 6:09 PM, marsha kardon wrote:
>>
>> I can't find a Freese Rd in Seneca Falls on Google maps - can you help?
>> I
>> do find Seybolt Rd.
>>
>> On Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 5:54 PM, Michael Tetlow 
>> wrote:
>>
>>>  Sorry to post late but I just wanted to send a note that yesterday
>>> the Snowy Owl was seen again on the west side of Seybolt Road just north
>>> of
>>> Freese road in Seneca Falls.(I know I missed it last week as did
>>> others).
>>>
>>> Later, I and 2 helpers were working on the Montezuma Raptor survey
>>> at
>>> Cayuga marsh walking the tracks in from route 89 opposite the village of
>>> Cayuga. We totaled 10 Northern Harriers and I Short-eared Owl. On the
>>> south
>>> side of the tracks a probable Common Yellowthroat called a couple times
>>> from the marsh just east of the wooded edge. I know the call I just
>>> prefer
>>> to see the bird to be sure.
>>>
>>>  Just before dark a Snowy owl appeared on the top of the tallest
>>> power pole farthest to our east along the railroad tracks. Don’t know
>>> where
>>> it was when I was viewing the 2000 plus Tundra Swans from Mud Lock
>>> earlier.
>>> With no ice it could have been anywhere. 1000’s(probably 15) of Snow
>>> Geese
>>> flew in from the north and joined the swans to roost south of Mud lock.
>>>
>>>  Several  groups of around 1000 Redhead each were spread out from
>>> Cayuga Lake State Park on the west to south to Union springs on the
>>> east.
>>> The west side birds, although distant, had a good number of Canvasback
>>> (50ish) mixed in and the union spring birds had a few of both Scaup
>>> species
>>>  and close to 500 Ring-necked Ducks.
>>>
>>>  Mike Tetlow
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