Since Dave Nutter referenced this the other day, I just wanted to remind
everyone about the interactive map I created a few years ago with Candace
Cornell. The URL changed since the original version so please update any
bookmark you might have had. Here's the handy, shortened URL:
The Cayuga Bird Club will be holding their April meeting on Monday, April 9 at
7:30 pm with cookies & conversation at 7:15. Our speaker, Paul Guris, founder
of See Life Paulagics, Pelagic Birding Tours, will present "Pelagic
Discoveries: Birding the Mid-Atlantic and New York Waters. Over the
Walking with Barbara Bauer in Cass Park today between 1 and 2:15 we saw
three ospreys flying near the platform that is in what I think is Union
Field. Two of them seemed to be interacting, possibly aggressively; one
would land on a light, and the other would fly over and land there and the
Yes on the nest at Dryden lake. I've been taking pix of their nest building
over the past few weeks. One is banded on both legs, one blue band and one
silver band. It's a pretty small nest, in the pine trees.
"Kevin J. McGowan" wrote:
> Bald Eagles are apparently
Bald Eagles are apparently on a nest at the south end of Dryden Lake, with at
least 2 or 3 immatures staying in the area. That might be a damper on Osprey
Kevin J. McGowan
I have to correct my email from yesterday. The pair at Cargill have been at
the nest since March 31.
I saw an osprey sitting on the Church Hill nest in Lansing for a few
minutes today, but it flew and didn't return. Orpheus and Ophelia at Salt
Point are working on their nest, but also adding a
The public is welcome to attend my talk on ospreys this Wednesday, April 4,
at 7 pm. in the auditorium at Kendal. I'll concentrate on the basic life
histories of ospreys in the Cayuga Basin and at Lansing's Salt Point. I've
collected beautiful photographs so it should be visually entertaining.
- April 02, 2018
- NYSY 04.02.18
Hotline: Syracuse Area Rare Bird Alert
Dates: March 26 - April 02
To report by email: brinjoseph AT yahoo DOT com
Reporting upstate counties: Onondaga, Oswego, Madison, Oneida, Herkimer,
Cayuga, Montezuma Wildlife
6-7 Common Loons off E shore at Lansing Station Rd, Cayuga Lake.
Several in breeding plumage.
Also several gorgeous Red Breasted Mergs. In pairs.
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...a day makes!
Yesterday (Sunday) I too went up the lake and thru Montezuma's Wildlife Drive
and Tschache Pool areas, areas Laura Stenzler described Saturday.
I saw no Canvasbacks in the main pool, although maybe I missed a few way
across, and not too many waterfowl anywhere,
and Tschache pool
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