Re: [cayugabirds-l] Brown Booby sighting Sunday?

2016-09-25 Thread Jay McGowan
Deborah and all,
Brad Carlson said that the booby is back on buoy 49 in Cayuga County as of
this morning.

Jay

On Sun, Sep 25, 2016 at 12:58 PM, Deborah Martin 
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> In the area for about 24 hours. Hoping for reports that the Brown Booby is
> being seen.
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[cayugabirds-l] Brown Booby sighting Sunday?

2016-09-25 Thread Deborah Martin
In the area for about 24 hours. Hoping for reports that the Brown Booby is 
being seen. 


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Re:[cayugabirds-l] Ravens on the move...

2016-09-25 Thread Margaret Shepard
The resident ravens around my Lodi farm have been much more vocal lately, but I 
haven't seen any large groups moving through. Two days ago, while harvesting 
rampant tomatillos from my compost pile, I saw a single raven giving chase to a 
leucistic red-tail, with three crows mobbing close behind and two other ravens 
in tumble-play flight. Always good to look up when picking!

-- Margaret Shepard
Sage Hen Farm, Lodi


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 on behalf of Liz Brown 

Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2016 11:01 AM
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Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Ravens on the move...

Just now, out doing chores at our place in Mecklenburg, I watched  13 ravens 
drift south in a loose kettle. They were vocalizing, and doing some lazy 
acrobatics, but mostly just spiraling southward. We have a resident family 
group--and because we have a bakery on the property, with a delicious compost 
pile, we see a LOT of them--but I've never seen such a big group.


After a few minutes, 4 of them (I'm assuming "our" family) split from the rest 
and returned northward, 2 flying in a tight pair, and 2 following them. As soon 
as they left the group, the remaining 9 veered east, and began flying 
purposefully towards Ithaca.


Any ideas what that was all about?


Liz Brown

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[cayugabirds-l] Ravens on the move...

2016-09-25 Thread Liz Brown
Just now, out doing chores at our place in Mecklenburg, I watched  13 ravens 
drift south in a loose kettle. They were vocalizing, and doing some lazy 
acrobatics, but mostly just spiraling southward. We have a resident family 
group--and because we have a bakery on the property, with a delicious compost 
pile, we see a LOT of them--but I've never seen such a big group.


After a few minutes, 4 of them (I'm assuming "our" family) split from the rest 
and returned northward, 2 flying in a tight pair, and 2 following them. As soon 
as they left the group, the remaining 9 veered east, and began flying 
purposefully towards Ithaca.


Any ideas what that was all about?


Liz Brown

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[cayugabirds-l] Booby sightings?

2016-09-25 Thread Robyn Bailey
Any new sightings today?
Donna Scott texted me that she doesn't see it at her place, and I don't see it 
at Harris Park. 

Thanks,
Robyn 

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[cayugabirds-l] THEY'RE HERE

2016-09-25 Thread John and Sue Gregoire
Following the front, we banded four lovely little furry things last night!  No, 
not
tribbles, but young of the year Northern Saw-whet Owls!

This is the earliest we have ever encountered them here. The previous early was 
4
days hence in 2012 when we enjoyed a huge irruption and banded well over 200 in 
the
season. Dare we hope?
J
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Kestrel Haven Avian Migration Observatory
5373 Fitzgerald Road
Burdett,NY 14818-9626
N 42 26.611' W 76 45.492'
 Website: http://www.empacc.net/~kestrelhaven/
"Conserve and Create Habitat"




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