Thanks for the heads up RE the Swifts being back. Built a tower this
spring. I won't hold my breath, but it would be fun to have a pair move
in. Large chimney was torn down in Newark this past winter, so who knows,
maybe housing is in short supply.
This was our first year tracking a trail of boxes. Linda has some data. I
may try some of the PVC style houses next yr. Thanks for the report.
On Mon, Aug 6, 2018, 10:01 PM wrote:
> My nestboxes on the property (3 acres) here at home in Canandaigua were
> pretty successful for the most part
I was at Puddler last night... Raptor survey,. I didn't see any snow geese
at that time. Flock of Tundra swans was there.
On Mar 22, 2017 7:35 PM, "Mary Jane Thomas" wrote:
> Hi -
> Has anyone been to the Mucklands recently and, if so, are there many Snow
> Geese there?
FYI, Mark Miller just called to say he has a HUGO at the North end of Eaton
Marsh (MNWR) about 100' from the drive
Cayugabirds-L List Info:
Kevin makes some very good points. One complaint, often heard, is that
people drive too fast on the drive. I expect these are folks who don't
know what to look for. They don't see anything of interest and are bored
with endless cattails. It would be nice if we could get them to stop, and
43°04'46.9N 76°42'54.9W should get you in the neighborhood
On Fri, May 30, 2014 at 7:36 AM, Nancy nancycusuman...@gmail.com wrote:
Can someone post the coordinates for Carncross Rd? I have been there, but
it has been a while and I'm not sure I could find it again.Thanks,
Fred Bertram reportsCould someone post this on cayugabirds for me,I
cannot from this device. There is a juv rth on sand road northeast of
aurora that is down, it has no eyes. I have tried several contacts without
success , it is 100 yards south of gully road on the east side. Thanks, moe