[cayugabirds-l] Lime Hollow & Cayuga Basin

2021-05-22 Thread Dave Nutter
>> On May 22, 2021, at 4:02 PM, Maryfaith Miller  
>> wrote:
>> 
>> Outside of Cayuga basin, but I had a black billed cuckoo at Lime Hollow 
>> Nature Center on Wednesday.
>> Good birding!
>> Maryfaith


Three points: 

First, the CayugaBirds-L list serve is about birds in the general area.  

Second, I think most of Lime Hollow is within the Cayuga Basin, draining via 
Beaver Creek to join Fall Creek near Malloryville, although Stupke Pond is 
outside the basin, draining via Otter Creek to the Tioghnioga River.

Third, many interesting birding areas are in wetlands that formed in saddles at 
the edge of the Cayuga Basin, and part of the challenge of listing within the 
Basin is that many of those spots are just outside, in the part of the saddle 
that drains away from Cayuga Lake: 

Hile School Rd wetland is at the headwaters of the Owasco Inlet.
 
Just beyond the headwaters of Fall Creek, Bear Swamp Creek drains north to 
Skaneateles Lake.

Goetchius is not far from Six-mile Creek, but it drains east and south into 
Owego Creek West Branch. 

Shindagin Hollow, Ridgeway Rd, & Steam Mill Fen all drain south to Catatonk 
Creek and Owego. 

Just beyond Jennings Pond, which is the headwaters of Buttermilk Creek, nearly 
all of Michigan Hollow and its wetlands also drain south.  

That’s why great birds found in those places don’t end up on the annual Cayuga 
Basin First Records list that I keep. 

There are plenty of great places within the Basin, too, of course. My advice is 
to choose whatever interesting place is closest, where you can spend the most 
time and get to know its birds.

- - Dave Nutter 

P.S. The north end of the Cayuga Basin, as defined in a 1926 botany textbook, 
is a bit more complex, and I won’t go into it now. 


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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Red-headed Woodpecker

2021-05-22 Thread Martha Hoffman
A red-headed woodpecker has visited our feeder/yard in Lansing three days in a 
row! 

We had a pretty nice view of it last night hopping between trees, calling and 
drumming frequently. Hoping it will stick around.
- Martha

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> On May 22, 2021, at 2:06 PM, Donna Lee Scott  wrote:
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>  A Red-headed WP was reported recently just north of Long Point State Park. 
> 
> Donna Scott
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>> On May 22, 2021, at 1:53 PM, Marc Devokaitis  wrote:
>> 
>> I didn't post about it ay thet time, but I had one in Trumansburg Village on 
>> Thursday evening (5/20), near intersection off Congress St and Seneca St. It 
>> was calling repeatedly, and doing some drumming on a metal pipe. 
>> 
>> Marc Devokaitis
>> 
>>> On Sat, May 22, 2021, 1:19 PM Christopher Sperry  wrote:
>>> I haven’t heard of any sittings on the list
>>> 
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 On May 22, 2021, at 1:17 PM, Christopher Sperry  wrote:
 
  So cool!!!
 
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Non-bird: Lightening Bug

2021-05-22 Thread William Baker
While it’s a bit far afield- I was in Saratoga Spring earlier this week and 
there where quite a few Lightening Bugs around both Wed and Thurs evenings.

And to add a bird note- I had my FOY Blackpoll this morning at the Ithaca 
Farmers Market in between the pavilion and the water in the tall trees towards 
the south end.

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> In know this isn’t a bird but it does fly.  Last night about 2:00 am I saw a 
> Lightening Bug out back of our house in a brushy area.  We often see them in 
> late June, but in May?
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Black billed cuckoo

2021-05-22 Thread Maryfaith Miller
Outside of Cayuga basin, but I had a black billed cuckoo at Lime Hollow
Nature Center on Wednesday.
Good birding!
Maryfaith

On Sat, May 22, 2021, 3:00 PM Jared Dawson  wrote:

> I was just wondering about the BB Cuckoos this morning. On Thursday I
> heard one, possibly two, at the Blueberry Patch Campground in the Finger
> Lakes NF. Friday, a good look at one in a tree at Lindsay-Parsons, and this
> morning heard one briefly on Waterburg Rd south of Trumansburg where I live.
> In other news, the two Merlins are still in evidence around the upper
> village, but I have not yet found their nesting location, if there is one.
> I was just giving up on the Red-headed WP which has bred successfully close
> to my house for two years running, but Mark Devokaitis kindly informed me
> that he had one not far away in the vicinity of Congress and Seneca Sts a
> couple of evenings ago. Gotta find it (or better, them).
> Cheers, Jared Dawson
> Trumansburg
>
> On Sat, May 22, 2021 at 1:01 PM John Gregoire <
> johnandsuegrego...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> We have had both cuckoos singing ( if you can call a rain crow a
>> songster)for over a week. Alder and Willow flycatchers yesterday and today
>> and Eastern Wood Pewee three days back. Oddly, our usually dependent Green
>> Heron nesters are absent for the first time in years as are House Wrens.
>>
>> On Sat, May 22, 2021 at 10:29 AM Suan Yong  wrote:
>>
>>> Black billed cuckoo also heard singing at lower Treman state park, heard
>>> distant singing approx from direction of the campgrounds.
>>>
>>> Seems like a banner spring for BBCU?
>>>
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[cayugabirds-l] Willow flycatchers

2021-05-22 Thread Jgaffne2
There were at least 2 willow flycatchers “fitz brewing” back and forth this 
morning across Dryden lake inlet just near a beaver dam. It’s very close to the 
Dryden trail there. Nice close up views of solitary sandpiper same location and 
teetering spotted sandpiper along the shore from my Kayak. No ducks or eagles 
but lots of frisky carp. 

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[cayugabirds-l] Non-bird: Lightening Bug

2021-05-22 Thread Regi Teasley
In know this isn’t a bird but it does fly.  Last night about 2:00 am I saw a 
Lightening Bug out back of our house in a brushy area.  We often see them in 
late June, but in May?

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Black billed cuckoo

2021-05-22 Thread Jared Dawson
I was just wondering about the BB Cuckoos this morning. On Thursday I heard
one, possibly two, at the Blueberry Patch Campground in the Finger Lakes
NF. Friday, a good look at one in a tree at Lindsay-Parsons, and this
morning heard one briefly on Waterburg Rd south of Trumansburg where I live.
In other news, the two Merlins are still in evidence around the upper
village, but I have not yet found their nesting location, if there is one.
I was just giving up on the Red-headed WP which has bred successfully close
to my house for two years running, but Mark Devokaitis kindly informed me
that he had one not far away in the vicinity of Congress and Seneca Sts a
couple of evenings ago. Gotta find it (or better, them).
Cheers, Jared Dawson
Trumansburg

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> We have had both cuckoos singing ( if you can call a rain crow a
> songster)for over a week. Alder and Willow flycatchers yesterday and today
> and Eastern Wood Pewee three days back. Oddly, our usually dependent Green
> Heron nesters are absent for the first time in years as are House Wrens.
>
> On Sat, May 22, 2021 at 10:29 AM Suan Yong  wrote:
>
>> Black billed cuckoo also heard singing at lower Treman state park, heard
>> distant singing approx from direction of the campgrounds.
>>
>> Seems like a banner spring for BBCU?
>>
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Red-headed Woodpecker

2021-05-22 Thread Donna Lee Scott
A Red-headed WP was reported recently just north of Long Point State Park.

Donna Scott
Lansing
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On May 22, 2021, at 1:53 PM, Marc Devokaitis 
mailto:mdevokai...@gmail.com>> wrote:

I didn't post about it ay thet time, but I had one in Trumansburg Village on 
Thursday evening (5/20), near intersection off Congress St and Seneca St. It 
was calling repeatedly, and doing some drumming on a metal pipe.

Marc Devokaitis

On Sat, May 22, 2021, 1:19 PM Christopher Sperry 
mailto:cspe...@ithaca.edu>> wrote:
I haven’t heard of any sittings on the list

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On May 22, 2021, at 1:17 PM, Christopher Sperry 
mailto:cspe...@ithaca.edu>> wrote:

 So cool!!!

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Red-headed Woodpecker

2021-05-22 Thread Marc Devokaitis
I didn't post about it ay thet time, but I had one in Trumansburg Village
on Thursday evening (5/20), near intersection off Congress St and Seneca
St. It was calling repeatedly, and doing some drumming on a metal pipe.

Marc Devokaitis

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> I haven’t heard of any sittings on the list
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Red-headed Woodpecker

2021-05-22 Thread Christopher Sperry
I haven’t heard of any sittings on the list

Sent from my iPhone

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Red-headed Woodpecker

2021-05-22 Thread Christopher Sperry
So cool!!!

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Black billed cuckoo

2021-05-22 Thread John Gregoire
We have had both cuckoos singing ( if you can call a rain crow a
songster)for over a week. Alder and Willow flycatchers yesterday and today
and Eastern Wood Pewee three days back. Oddly, our usually dependent Green
Heron nesters are absent for the first time in years as are House Wrens.

On Sat, May 22, 2021 at 10:29 AM Suan Yong  wrote:

> Black billed cuckoo also heard singing at lower Treman state park, heard
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> Seems like a banner spring for BBCU?
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Black billed cuckoo

2021-05-22 Thread Suan Yong
Black billed cuckoo also heard singing at lower Treman state park, heard 
distant singing approx from direction of the campgrounds.

Seems like a banner spring for BBCU?

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[cayugabirds-l] Red-headed Woodpecker

2021-05-22 Thread Laurie Rubin
In our backyard in Lodi. First time ever.

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[cayugabirds-l] Backyard birds

2021-05-22 Thread Donna Lee Scott
Eastern Wood Peewee, FOY
Red-eyed Vireo, FOY
Brown Thrasher
All singing.
Only Thrasher was seen.

Donna Scott
Lansing
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[cayugabirds-l] Snow goose on Carncross Rd

2021-05-22 Thread Johnson, Alyssa
The field on Carncross is just about dried up but I did find a lone snow goose 
hanging out with a bunch of Canada geese.
Heard several Sandhill Cranes to the south as well, but they were not visible.

Alyssa Johnson
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Montezuma Audubon Center

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[cayugabirds-l] Black billed cuckoo

2021-05-22 Thread Sara Jane Hymes
Black billed cuckoo present now on Game farm rd portion of east hl rec way

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Black billed cuckoo

2021-05-22 Thread Robin Tuttle
I also had Black Billed Cuckoo yesterday early evening, a new yard bird for me 
in Enfield. Calling and sitting still for about half an hour. 

Robin Tuttle

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> New yard bird for me (actually a house bird): a black billed cuckoo was 
> singing a long series of po-po-po-po outside my house in Commonland. When I 
> got outside with my binoculars and camera, it didn't sing again and was not 
> found.
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[cayugabirds-l] Black billed cuckoo

2021-05-22 Thread Suan Yong
New yard bird for me (actually a house bird): a black billed cuckoo was singing 
a long series of po-po-po-po outside my house in Commonland. When I got outside 
with my binoculars and camera, it didn't sing again and was not found.

Suan
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