Re: [cayugabirds-l] Song id

2018-04-04 Thread Brad Walker
Is it a Tufted Titmouse? https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/31065671

On Wed, Apr 4, 2018 at 8:02 AM Mo Barger Rooster Hill Farm <
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> What early bird sounds similar to an lovebird (teacher teacher) but with a
> clear and loud voice? Calls in 3s. I have a bad recording I can share.
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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Sandhill Cranes

2018-03-28 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

At dusk this evening I had three Sandhill Cranes flying very low over route
13 headed east, seen from the parking lot at Sapsucker Woods closest to the
airport. They looked like the might be landing somewhere nearby, so it
might be worth checking the area in the morning if you want to see them.
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[cayugabirds-l] Missing falconry Red-tailed Hawk

2018-03-20 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

The Lab of O received a call today about a falconry bird that has gone
missing. It's a juvenile Red-tailed Hawk with one jess and bells on both
legs. It was lost in the vicinity of Cayuga Heights. If you see it, please
call Ana Mara at 607-277-7570 <(607)%20277-7570>.
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[cayugabirds-l] Crested Caracara in Wayne County

2018-02-06 Thread Brad Walker
This list was posted on the New York Birders Facebook group:

https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S42534197

Long story short: The reporter had a trail cam on a deer carcass and the
bird showed up for a quick nibble. Photos in the list.
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[cayugabirds-l] Black vultures

2018-01-27 Thread Brad Walker
 The four black vultures are currently perched in a dead tree next to the
small bridge between Dodge Road and the game farm.


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Re: [cayugabirds-l] BALTIMORE ORIOLE in Aurora - 1242017

2017-12-04 Thread Brad Walker
HI Bill, where will the photos be?

On Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 2:23 PM William Roberts <bluehorsestu...@hotmail.com>
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> An unexpected visitor to our bird feeders was a pleasant surprise. This is
> the very first time I have seen or photographed a Baltimore Oriole in
> Aurora, N.Y. in December.
> It was in stunning contrast to the leafless trees and the more drab
> usuals. Wow!
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> See photos: Bill Roberts ( icon is the head of a horse)
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[cayugabirds-l] Phalarope request

2017-11-16 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Shawn Billerman mentioned to me that the Phalarope looked a bit sad, with a
droopy wing. If anyone finds the bird deceased, please collect it for the
Cornell Museum of Vertebrates, or contact me ASAP so I can collect it
before a gull does.

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[cayugabirds-l] (Deceased) Yellow-crowned Night-Heron in Ithaca

2017-10-24 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

I just picked up a Yellow-crowned Night-heron specimen from the Swanson
Wildlife Clinic. They said the bird had been found on Route 13 near the
Ithaca Airport on October 20. It's going to be prepared for the Museum of
Vertebrates sometime this week.

According to Jay McGowan and Tim Lenz this is the first record for that
species in eBird and the first or second for the county, but they can
correct me on that if I'm wrong.
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] White winged tern?

2017-08-12 Thread Brad Walker
Not sure if it's still around, but it's real.

https://search.macaulaylibrary.org/catalog?date.beginMonth=1=species=1900=2017=whwter=Gallery=US-PA=show=YALL=12=false=true=M1TO12=0=30=Audio,Photo,Video=upload_date_desc=White-winged%20Tern%20-%20Chlidonias%20leucopterus=White-winged%20Tern%20-%20Chlidonias%20leucopterus=Pennsylvania,%20United%20States%20(US)

On Sat, Aug 12, 2017 at 7:27 PM Nancy Cusumano 
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> Can anyone in this list confirm this sighting? Is it still around?
>
> http://www.mytwintiers.com/news/local-news/extremely-rare-bird-discovered-in-pennsylvania/787221646
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Two questions

2017-07-12 Thread Brad Walker
It's probably a spotted sandpiper. It's never a good idea to go solely by
measurements such as total length in the field.

On Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 2:47 PM Nancy Cusumano 
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> There have been so many public osprey nests failing this year - seems like
> many of the nest cam nests have had one tragedy or another. Does anyone
> know how the many local osprey nests are doing? Candace can you give an
> update?  Thanks.
>
> Second question - we are kayakers and always see a small shorebird along
> the river shores. Merlin tells me it is a spotted sandpiper, but my husband
> says they are smaller than the 7" given in books and AllAboutBirds.
> Without a photo (super hard to get them as they are moving and so are we)
> can anyone confirm this is what we are seeing? It doesn't seem like there
> are any other good options, as Solitary is out of area for us, right?
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> Thanks for whatever assistance you can give!
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Hawthorns?

2017-05-11 Thread Brad Walker
Jay and I were there for a bit this morning. Not a huge number of birds,
but migrants (including a/the Orange-crowned Warbler) were around. Here's
our list, with audio:

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- Brad

On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 8:23 PM Sandy Podulka  wrote:

> Did anyone go to Hawthorns today?  If so, how was it?  --Sandy
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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods migrants

2017-05-04 Thread Brad Walker
New migrants today included Indigo Bunting near the powerline cut,
Chestnut-sided Warbler, Black-throated Blue Warbler and a MOURNING WARBLER
that sang several phrases near the powerline cut. I was not able to locate
it.

Also, on Tuesday I had the Great Horned Owl getting mobbed by American
Crows near the East Trail map. The trees are beginning to leaf out so it's
getting harder to see into its roosting area.

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods this morning

2017-04-28 Thread Brad Walker
In addition to the tanager there were several more migrants around
Sapsucker Woods this morning:

Baltimore Oriole, Warbling Vireo, Blue-headed Vireo, many Yellow-rumped
Warblers, Common Yellowthroat, Gray Catbird, Great Crested Flycatcher and a
group of at least 100 White-throated Sparrows moving through the brush.

I also watched a Great Blue Heron carrying a stick  as it headed towards
Route 13, seen from the powerline cut.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods this morning

2017-04-27 Thread Brad Walker
An Ovenbird was also singing on and off near the eastern edge of the east
side this morning, too. A Rose-breasted Grosbeak, a Nashville Warbler, and
a number of Yellow-rumped Warblers were also on the Wilson Trail at about
7am.

On Thu, Apr 27, 2017 at 8:58 AM Anne Marie Johnson  wrote:

> There’s more activity this morning than in recent days. Most noticeable
> are lots of White-throated Sparrows. Wes Hochachka alerted me to a
> Black-and-White Warbler and pointed out a Ruby-crowned Kinglet near the
> small bridge on the Wilson Trail and told me others had heard a Warbling
> Vireo there. I later heard a Warbling Vireo briefly near the Fuller
> Wetlands. There were lots of birds singing, but no other new arrivals that
> I could identify on my quick loop around the Wilson Trail.
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[cayugabirds-l] Barred owl impersonator

2017-04-27 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Was anyone doing a barred owl impersonation at about 820 this morning on
the east side of Sapsucker Woods? I'm just wondering if I should put it on
my list or not.

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Egret

2017-03-28 Thread Brad Walker
A Great Egret was perched on the pond this morning. I turned around for a
minute and it disappeared. Not sure if it flew off or tucked in somewhere.

It was on the back pond near the Sherwood Platform.

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[cayugabirds-l] Brant at compost piles

2017-01-05 Thread Brad Walker
A single Brant was foraging with the Canada Geese along Stevenson Road near
the grain silo about 15 minute ago.

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[cayugabirds-l] Hanshaw Road Cackling Goose

2016-09-30 Thread Brad Walker
Currently foraging where Sapsucker Woods Road meets Hanshaw.

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[cayugabirds-l] Hanshaw Road Cackling Goose

2016-09-28 Thread Brad Walker
A/The CACKLING GOOSE was present with the Canada Geese in the corn field on
Hanshaw Road adjacent to Bluegrass Lane. The bird appeared at dusk and fed
relatively close to the road before moving to the back. Jay managed to get
some good photos of the bird. I'll check for it again in the morning when I
leave for work.

http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S31801766

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Mystery Song

2016-06-02 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

This is an aberrant song from a Louisiana Waterthrush that's living in that
area. Bob McGuire found it in April and made several recordings, then Jay
McGowan and I took a trip up to record it as well. It's a cool bird!

On Thu, Jun 2, 2016 at 7:57 AM Sandy Podulka  wrote:

> I checked Leonard Rd. yesterday near Shindagin Hollow but found no Acadian
> Flycatcher (rats!).  It's a beautiful drive up--so thanks to Stuart and
> Anne Marie for inspiring me to visit. I did hear a mystery bird, which I
> recorded with my cell phone (sorry!)--see link (you don't have to join Drop
> Box to listen--just click continue at the bottom). The bird sings right at
> the beginning, and then near the end, around 18 seconds in.
>
>
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> This bird was singing loudly and clearly right in front of me for a long
> time, moving around [apparently in underground tunnels, as I never even had
> a glimpse of movement!]. I'm guessing it's a Louisiana Waterthrush, because
> of song quality and loudness and habitat, but it sure is an odd variant!
>
> I could not tell if the bird was singing from high or low. It was a
> deciduous woods on a slope with a lovely stream nearby.  Other Louisiana
> Waterthrushes were there, as reported by Anne Marie Johnson.
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> What do others think?
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[cayugabirds-l] Olive sided Flycatcher

2016-05-18 Thread Brad Walker
Still around, near Sherwood platform.

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[cayugabirds-l] Common Nighthawk

2016-05-17 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

At about 7:50pm this evening, I had a single Common Nighthawk flying north
over Bluegrass Lane in Ithaca.

- Brad

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Migrants

2016-05-17 Thread Brad Walker
There were several flocks of warblers around Sapsucker Woods today.
Highlights included a LINCOLN'S SPARROW singing near the north side of the
building, a male BAY-BREASTED WARBLER at the Sherwood Platform and a
WILSON'S WARBLER just east of the Sherwood Platform.

- Brad

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Rumor of Golden-winged Warbler in Palmer Woods

2016-05-08 Thread Brad Walker
I believe the Golden-winged Warbler was later determined to be a hybrid. It
was later reported to have a yellow wash on its breast.

On Sun, May 8, 2016 at 9:50 AM Mark Chao  wrote:

> On Sunday morning I was told of a report, presumably originating from the
> RBA text service, about a GOLDEN-WINGED WARBLER in Palmer Woods, which is
> just up the slope north of the giant parking area known as A-Lot (or Lot A)
> along Pleasant Grove Road, north of Jessup Road, on Cornell’s campus.  I
> have no further details.
>
>
>
> Sapsucker Woods was busy with birds too, especially away from the windy
> edges.  Highlights included NORTHERN PARULA, CHESTNUT-SIDED WARBLER,
> BLACK-THROATED BLUE WARBLER, BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER, PALM WARBLER,
> YELLOW-THROATED VIREO, several BALTIMORE ORIOLES and ROSE-BREASTED
> GROSBEAKS, SOLITARY SANDPIPER, a little flock of northbound EASTERN
> KINGBIRDS, and a pair of WOOD DUCKS together on a tree limb.
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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Marsh Wren

2016-05-06 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

A singing MARSH WREN was found a little while ago by several Lab employees.
It was singing and foraging at the end of the Sherwood Platform. You can
hear some recordings here:

http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist?subID=S29436625


- Brad

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Virginia Rail update

2016-05-05 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Now that my hands are free: This bird was found by Martha Fischer in the
small marshy areas near the staff entrances to the Lab of Ornithology. It's
moving between the two marshy areas along the wast side of the building
(sometimes running through the culverts) but it is frequenting the
north-most cattail filled bit. The bird had been giving its grunting call
on and off for half an hour. You should be able to hear it from anywhere in
the immediate vicinity if it does that.

- Brad

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker rail

2016-05-05 Thread Brad Walker
There is currently a Virginia Rail running around the marshes and on the
east side of the lab building.

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Warblers

2016-04-28 Thread Brad Walker
A NASHVILLE WARBLER is foraging low near the Charlie Harper Bench (just
west of the Sherwood Platform) and a YELLOW WARBLER is near the
Observatory. Otherwise, it was rather quiet today.

- Brad

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[cayugabirds-l] Gnat catcher

2016-04-21 Thread Brad Walker
Currently along the Wilson trail at Sapsucker Woods, near the Fuller
Wetlands.

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker woods snow goose

2016-04-18 Thread Brad Walker
There is currently a snow goose hanging out with Canada geese on the back
pond.

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[cayugabirds-l] Possible leucistic Canada at SSW

2016-03-14 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

There's a possible leucistic Canada Goose at Sapsucker Woods on the pond
for those that want to take a look. It's either that or a domestic type.

Brad

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[cayugabirds-l] Killdeer

2016-02-24 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

As I vacated my home this evening at about 10:40, I heard a lone KILLDEER
flying over the corn fields on Hanshaw Road, no doubt brought by the Winds
of Satan that caused the flooding in my home.

Have a dry night!

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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 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 <
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> >>> 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.
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[cayugabirds-l] Greater white fronted geese and cranes

2016-02-06 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Tim Lenz and I are currently looking at four greater white fronted geese at
East Road. We also had five cranes in the fields at the west end of
Armitage Road, west of the flooded woods.

-Brad

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[cayugabirds-l] Banded Black Duck

2015-11-24 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

For anyone interested, there is a small but highly visible group of Black
Ducks hanging out at Sapsucker Woods. One of the birds was banded and I got
the following info after reporting it:

Species: American Black Duck
Date banded: 02/04/2014
Banding Location: NEAR AURORA, CAYUGA COUNTY, NEW YORK, USA
Age: HATCHED IN 2012 OR EARLIER
Sex: MALE

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[cayugabirds-l] Freese Road plots plowed

2015-10-21 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

I thought you'd all like to know that as of today, the garden plots, and
the field on the other side of the parking area, have been plowed.

- Brad

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[cayugabirds-l] Pine Siskins

2015-10-09 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

I had my first Pine Siskins of the season this morning at Sapsucker Woods,
calling as they flew over.

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[cayugabirds-l] Possible Olive-sided Flycatcher at Sapsucker Woods

2015-09-03 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

On my walk this morning I saw what I believed was an OLIVE-SIDED FLYCATCHER
on the back pond at Sapsucker Woods. I saw the bird in silhouette from the
Sherwood Platform, but it was a large flycatcher with a nice peaked head. I
ALSO thought I heard the last part of this bird's song several times as I
was walking the Wilson Trail, which would be rather odd. Anyway, if you're
in the area, feel free to look for it!

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods migrants

2015-08-24 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

There were a few migrants in Sapsucker Woods, mostly around the Sherwood
Platform. There was a mixed flock of BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER, RED-EYED
VIREO, WARBLING VIREO, HOUSE WREN and COMMON YELLOWTHROATS. There were also
a few BALTIMORE ORIOLES hanging around.

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Re:[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods mourning warbler

2015-05-18 Thread Brad Walker
There was also a very cooperative GRAY-CHEEKED THRUSH on the ground on the
Wilson Trail, halfway along the stretch that runs along the pond on the
western side.

- Brad

On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 7:56 AM Brad Walker edgarallenhoo...@gmail.com
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 Hi all,

 A MOURNING WARBLER is currently singing along the west edge of the pond,
 along the woods.

 Brad


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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods and Northeast Ithaca

2015-05-13 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Despite the wind and cold and wet, there were a few migrants a Sapsucker
Woods this morning, mostly clustered around the Charlie Harper bench area.
A BLACKBURNIAN WARBLER was foraging with a very cooperative pair of
BAY-BREASTED WARBLERS,  and there were numerous ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAKS,
including a young male with adult plumage but a white eyebrow, and another
male at the Sherwood Platform that was unwilling (but able) to fly as I
approached.

On my ride in, I found a pair of MERLIN in the Salem Drive neighborhood.
These birds have been around for a week being quite vocal. Today I watched
as the male carried in some prey, gave it to the female, then copulated
with her. There is a possible nest (old crow nest) nearby, but I haven't
seen them visit yet.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Re: [cayugabirds-l] Hawthorn Orchard: 12 May 2015 - Fantastic!

2015-05-12 Thread Brad Walker
Dave, was the Mourning Warbler singing a typical song? Scott and I had a
Chestnut-sided we would have sworn was a Mourning until we got a look at it
in that same area.

- Brad

On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 6:50 PM Nancy Cusumano nancycusuman...@gmail.com
wrote:

 WE are going to try tomorrow morning before work. Will the cooler temp
 (45) slow them down early?

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 On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 6:47 PM, Dave Nutter nutter.d...@me.com wrote:

 I stayed longer than other birders and got drenched by the shower, but
 afterward I heard a persistently singing (but hiding) MOURNING WARBLER low
 in the vegetation in the north central area. Earlier I may have also heard
 a NASHVILLE WARBLER north of the ravine, which others reported. Here's my
 warbler list:

 TENNESSEE WARBLER - many encounters  songs
 MOURNING WARBLER - 1 heard in north central area
 COMMON YELLOWTHROAT - several heard, none seen
 CAPE MAY WARBLER - many encounters with males, females  songs
 MAGNOLIA WARBLER - 3 encounters with a singing male
 BAY-BREASTED WARBLER - many encounters with males, females  songs
 BLACKBURNIAN WARBLER - 1 female
 YELLOW WARBLER - several heard  seen
 CHESTNUT-SIDED WARBLER - 3 encounters with a singing male - a rambling
 song lacking the emphatic tag
 BLACKPOLL WARBLER - several heard  males seen
 BLACK-THROATED BLUE WARBLER - 1 male heard  seen
 YELLOW-RUMPED (MYRTLE) WARBLER - 1 female  2 males, separate
 CANADA WARBLER - heard  seen in central area

 There were many RED-EYED VIREOS, but I missed the multiply-reported
 PHILADELPHIA VIREO. Over the large field to the SE a pair of EASTERN
 MEADOWLARKS had an extended pursuit, the lead bird being slightly smaller,
 which I interpreted as courtship. I had 2 silent EMPIDONAX encounters.

 --Dave Nutter


 On May 12, 2015, at 01:40 PM, Christopher T. Tessaglia-Hymes 
 c...@cornell.edu wrote:

 I was delayed arriving here on such a great morning, but managed to bird
 here for a short while before needing to leave. I know I missed many good
 birds and numbers of birds that others have already posted about, or will
 be posting about. Most notable for me was the amazing quantity of CAPE MAY
 WARBLERS!!! I tallied at least 13 birds, but I suspect I was missing more.
 Of the 13+ there were 4+ females and 9+ males. There were also a solid 12+
 TENNESSEE WARBLERS singing in almost every section of habitat available.

 Here’s my eBird list:

 Comments: This was a fantastic morning, though I only wish I had been
 able to get here sooner and spend much longer here on such a great day.
 Today may possibly have yielded one of the highest number of Cape May
 Warblers I've tallied at this location. It was difficult, due to their
 silence at times. Many observed foraging on the same branches together at
 the same time. Due to my late arrival time, I know I missed lots of good
 birds. Others reported having seen a roving flock of Bay-breasted Warblers
 and Blackburnian Warbler, Canada Warblers, Yellow-bellied Flycatcher, among
 others. Great day, following overnight rain storms. Given general
 North-type winds in the forecast, these guys may be returning to the
 Hawthorn Orchard to continue foraging over the next couple of days.

 br /Submitted from BirdLog NA for iOS, version 1.8

 37 species (+1 other taxa)

 Turkey Vulture  2
 Killdeer  1
 Mourning Dove  2
 Alder/Willow Flycatcher (Traill's Flycatcher)  1 SE Corner; non-vocal
 Eastern Kingbird  4 Calling flyover group of four birds.
 Red-eyed Vireo  2
 Blue Jay  4
 American Crow  2
 Black-capped Chickadee  2
 House Wren  1
 Swainson's Thrush  1 Singing, middle North section
 Wood Thrush  1
 American Robin  2
 Gray Catbird  17 Several, actively foraging everywhere; I'm sure I'm
 underestimating.
 European Starling  2

 Black-and-white Warbler  2 1 male, 1 female (SE corner, NE corner)
 Tennessee Warbler  12 This may be an underestimate; actively singing
 from every spot. Males.
 Common Yellowthroat  2
 Cape May Warbler  13 This may be an underestimate; Most prevalent
 just inside SE edge; middle Western section; Northeast area; 4+ females, 9+
 males; males singing variety of songs-types; lots of regular flight notes
 given (seet)
 Magnolia Warbler  6 All males; singing.
 Yellow Warbler  3
 Chestnut-sided Warbler  5 Singing variety of songs.
 Blackpoll Warbler  2 Singing and silent.
 Black-throated Blue Warbler  1 singing; middle Northern section
 Yellow-rumped Warbler  2

 Song Sparrow  2
 White-throated Sparrow  1 Middle Western section
 White-crowned Sparrow  1 SE corner
 Scarlet Tanager  1
 Northern Cardinal  6
 Rose-breasted Grosbeak  1
 Indigo Bunting  2
 Red-winged Blackbird  2
 Common Grackle  2
 Brown-headed Cowbird  1
 Baltimore Oriole  6
 House Finch  2
 American Goldfinch  4

 Sincerely,
 Chris T-H

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Hawthorn today morning

2015-05-12 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

In addition to the birds Meena mentioned, there were also several CANADA
WARBLERS, ALDER FLYCATCHER, WILLOW FLYCATCHER, LINCOLN'S SPARROW, and a
Chestnut-sided Warbler that was singing a Mourning/Kentucky type song.

- Brad

On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 9:02 AM Meena Madhav Haribal m...@cornell.edu
wrote:

  Hi all,

 It was hopping with warblers. I have never seen so many Bay-breasted, Cape
 May, Tennessee, Blackpolls,  Yellow-rumps and Chest-nut sided all in one
 locations. Lots of individuals both males and females and heard quite a lot
 of variation in the songs. Many more species too. Today is the day to get
 out and look for them! I had to cut short as I had to be work before 9.00
 am to meet a visitor.



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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods migrants

2015-05-11 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Migrants of note this morning include a Swainson's thrush on the inner leg
of the Wilson trail, Eastern wood pewee, multiple Tennessee warblers, and a
Blackpoll warbler singing on the north side of the building.

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[cayugabirds-l] Lindsay-Parsons 10May

2015-05-10 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Scott Haber and I went to the Lindsay-Parsons Preserve this morning for
some recording and birding. There were many breeding birds (and ticks!) but
the highlights included a BLACK-BILLED CUCKOO that was calling on and off
for an hour and an ALDER FLYCATCHER that we managed to get a recording of.

The ticks seemed to be worst on the other side of the railroad tracks.

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[cayugabirds-l] Hammond hill

2015-05-09 Thread Brad Walker
Mourning and Canada warblers are singing up a storm in the usual spot.

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Wilson's Warbler

2015-05-08 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Matt Medler and Dan Lane found a WILSON'S WARBLER foraging very low and
very cooperatively on the Wilson Trail directly behind the photo
blind/feeding area, while on the inner leg. It was still there shortly
after they found it, but it was being silent and foraging low.

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods evening birds

2015-05-08 Thread Brad Walker
Thanks again to Susan for the Cape May Warbler report, it was still present
between 6:15 and 7:15 in the same tree, joined by a Blue-winged Warbler. A
Merlin was also in the area, being chased by an Eastern Kingbird in a
contest to see who could be the most annoying.

The two beavers were also on the pond, taking a break from ruining the
trees to adorably munch on the lilypads.

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods worm eating warbler

2015-05-06 Thread Brad Walker
Singing softly and foraging on Hoyt pileated trail in the canopy above the
egg cairn.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods worm eating warbler

2015-05-06 Thread Brad Walker
Thanks Jay and Gary! One uncommon bird was mistaken for another. I'll
update my list later.

Brad

On Wed, May 6, 2015, 11:58 Jay McGowan jw...@cornell.edu wrote:

 Gary and I just refound Brad's warbler in the same spot, above the egg
 cairn on the east side. However, it turned out to be not a Worm-eating but
 an ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLER, understandably confusing as it foraged high over
 the trail in the crowns of the trees, only occasionally giving its metallic
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 On May 6, 2015 8:08 AM, Brad Walker edgarallenhoo...@gmail.com wrote:

 Singing softly and foraging on Hoyt pileated trail in the canopy above
 the egg cairn.

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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow throated vireo

2015-05-05 Thread Brad Walker
Currently singing on Sapsucker Woods road

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[cayugabirds-l] Great crested Flycatcher

2015-05-04 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

A great crested Flycatcher has shown up at Sapsucker Woods, along with a
nice contingent of catbirds.

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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore oriole

2015-04-30 Thread Brad Walker
On the Wilson trail at Sapsucker Woods

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[cayugabirds-l] Cass Park Birds (including white-winged gull)

2015-04-25 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

At about 1pm today, Nathan Goldberg and I had a white-winged gull (that we
thought was an Iceland Gull) soaring over The Boatyard Grill. It appeared
to be the same size and proportions-ish as the Herring Gull soaring with
it. Other birds of note were a low Common Loon over the water, a Caspian
Tern and a Merlin that flew over the boathouses while calling.

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[cayugabirds-l] Warbling vireo

2015-04-25 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

There is a warbling vireo singing at jetty woods.

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods cliff swallow, yellow warbler

2015-04-22 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

A CLIFF SWALLOW and a YELLOW WARBLER are currently on the pond at Sapsucker
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] sisk-invasion

2015-04-21 Thread Brad Walker
There are also many Siskins in Northeast Ithaca near Sapsucker Woods. There
was a group of 16 outside the main entrance and a flock of 30 at the
Village of Lansing Greenway.

- Brad

On Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at 8:13 AM Marc Devokaitis mdevokai...@gmail.com
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 Last week  we had 7 PINE SISKINS show up at our bird feeders in
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 made a careful count of 70!

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[cayugabirds-l] Caspian tern

2015-04-07 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all, there is currently a Caspian tern sitting on the red jetty at
Stewart park.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Golden Eagle downtown

2015-04-07 Thread Brad Walker
Scott's email is super late for some reason. This was actually at about
1:15pm

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Rusty Blackbirds

2015-03-17 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

There is currently a flock of RUSTY BLACKBIRDS hanging out around the
parking areas and the Fuller Wetlands.

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[cayugabirds-l] Possible Phoebe

2015-03-11 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

While at Myers this morning, I thought I heard an EASTERN PHOEBE give a
single chip note from the private area where the short-eared owl roosted
some time ago (this is directly south across the channel from the
lighthouse). I only heard it once and didn't see anything, but there were
no starlings in the spot where I heard it, so keep your eyes/ears open if
you're there.

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[cayugabirds-l] Killdeer

2015-03-09 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all, I just had a Killdeer flying over my house and calling in northeast
Ithaca.

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[cayugabirds-l] Tufted duck continues

2015-03-08 Thread Brad Walker
At yacht club

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] rare bird rant

2015-02-27 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

To keep the list from turning into a long eBird thread, please direct your
site questions here. http://help.ebird.org/customer/portal/emails/new

There is also a Facebook group for discussing eBird features. As for the
situation mentioned above, this may be due to people not submitting lists
or reviewing may just be delayed.

Thanks,

Brad

On Fri, Feb 27, 2015, 11:44 Carl Steckler c...@cornell.edu wrote:

  OK, here is the problem I have with eBiird. I just checked for sightings
 in New York State and the only sighting listed was from Dave Nutter on Feb
 22. Nothing since then. I get eBird alerts for Seneca and Cayuga county.
 What I get are Chipping Sparrow, no Gyrfalcon. Granted eBird is great for
 collecting data, but for alerting birders to rare birds it is, pardon the
 expression, for the birds.
 Maybe I am doing something wrong in my eBird settings, but it is not clear
 to me, and if it not clear it is not useful.

 Now if only someone could help me get on the local alert net I would be
 grateful.


 Carl


 On 2/27/2015 10:31, Gary Kohlenberg wrote:

 The great part of using eBird as Bob does is that rare bird sightings
 output to all users that have the rare bird / needs alert notifications
 setup in their account. No extra work involved and potentially reaching
 more observers than the text alert system. I highly recommend using BirdLog
 NA for all your sightings!
 The RBA system still has the advantage of immediacy reaching flip phones,
 but can detract from the personal experience just a little. I don't feel
 the same loss when using BirdLog and will advocate that others try it and
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[cayugabirds-l] No Gyrfalcon this morning on Stahl Road

2015-02-27 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Scott Haber and I drove around the area for about an hour this morning with
no luck. We did see a flying Pileated Woodpecker that we hoped would get
plucked from the air, but no luck. There are a lot of Crows, Red-tailed
Hawks and Larks in the area to watch in the meantime.

Scott and I also stopped at Dean's Cove where we had several Long-tailed
Ducks, about 30 Red-breasted Mergansers, 9 Bluebirds and a drumming
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, in addition to other common waterfowl.

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Redpoll

2015-02-24 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

There is currently an unreliable COMMON REDPOLL visiting the feeders on and
off, seen from the public area of the building.

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[cayugabirds-l] Ledyard longspur

2015-01-30 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

The longspur found by Dave and Anne yesterday is still present and feeding
along the road in the same spot.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Aythya winter diet in Cayuga - what are they eating?

2015-01-25 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

It's only one species, but last year I prepared round skin of a REDHEAD
that had been found dead on Cayuga Lake, off of Hog Hole. It's stomach was
filled with an assortment of small mussels.

I took a few photos of them if anyone is interested.

- Brad


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On Sun, Jan 25, 2015 at 8:47 PM, Benjamin Freeman bg...@cornell.edu wrote:

 Hello all,

 Alexa and I had the good fortune to watch the Tufted Duck for an hour or
 so on Saturday morning. It was diving actively the entire time, which made
 it tough to find (and difficult to show to others in the scope). Which got
 me thinking: What are the various Aythya eating? The Tufted Duck was
 clearly associating with scaup on Saturday that were actively feeding. Also
 present were several big flocks of Redhead (all loafing around), and a
 decently big group of Canvasback (also loafing).

 A quick search informs me that Aythya eat gastropods, mussels and aquatic
 vegetation among other things, and that the relative proportion of animal
 food in their diet varies seasonally.

 Does anyone know what they are eating in Cayuga in winter? Must be a fair
 bit of food to support so many birds for several months...

 Do different species of Aythya eat different things?

 Can you tell when Aythya are eating gastropods/molluscs/animal food vs
 plants based on their diving behavior?

 Looking forward to learning what these ducks are up to,

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Winter Wren

2015-01-22 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

A lone WINTER WREN was scurrying about at the north end of Sapsucker Woods
Road, opposite the house with all the bird feeders. There was also a group
of three PILEATED WOODPECKERS in this spot (yesterday at the same time,
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[cayugabirds-l] Cornell Compost pile Thayer's gull

2015-01-20 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all, Tim Lenz and I just had what he identified as a first cycle
THAYER'S GULL at the Cornell compost piles, seen from Stevenson road. He'll
have photos on his eBird report.

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[cayugabirds-l] Finger Lakes airport snowy owl

2015-01-17 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

The SNOWY OWL was continuing at the airport a few hundred meters to the
east of the runway, on a rise. There was also a ROUGH-LEGGED
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[cayugabirds-l] Ithaca peregrine

2015-01-16 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

There was a PEREGRINE FALCON flying around and soaring just to the east of
Panera in downtown Ithaca at about 5pm today.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] one Cackling Goose in with the many Canadas on the pond at Sapsucker Woods

2015-01-05 Thread Brad Walker
The bird is still there and is periodically untucking its head.

- Brad


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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Cackling Goose

2014-12-05 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

The Cackling Goose that has been hanging around the pond at Sapsucker Woods
is back again today and right outside the visitor center windows.

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[cayugabirds-l] Loons

2014-11-21 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

There are currently small waves of loons flying south over the south end of
the lake (seen from the Ornithology Lab).

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[cayugabirds-l] Freese road Dickcissel

2014-10-16 Thread Brad Walker
The bird was flying around the fenced area at the north end of the garden
plots. It last landed near the sheds at the small patch of pines just north
of the fenced area.

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[cayugabirds-l] Orange crowned warbler at CLO

2014-10-10 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all, there is an Orange crowned warbler hanging around the stone
footbridge at the lab's main entrance.

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[cayugabirds-l] Bluegrass Lane CATTLE EGRET

2014-10-09 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Five of the CATTLE EGRETS were flying ESE over the red barns at Bluegrass
Lane about 20-30 minutes ago. They were flying in a tight group. Earlier I
had a single bird soaring with the gulls that seemed to be heading west,
but I lost track of it.

The only other sighting of note was a very high group of about 50 SNOW
GEESE flying south in a messy V.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Jaeger at Stewart Park

2014-10-04 Thread Brad Walker
The bird just made another pass at some gulls at Stewart park.
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[cayugabirds-l] Burns Rd. question

2014-10-04 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

I went to look for the avocet earlier this evening, but couldn't find the
exact spot. All the trails seemed to say No Trespassing. Are these the
way to the spot?

Thanks,

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[cayugabirds-l] Freese Road gardens

2014-10-03 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

I went to the Freese Rd. garden plots this morning and found a ton of
migrants, but nothing too unusual. The highlights were a single first
winter WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW seen briefly, then heard singing a raspy song
one time, and a juvenile PEREGRINE FALCON coursing over Bluegrass Lane
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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Birds

2014-10-01 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

This morning on the Wilson Trail there was a flyover PINE SISKIN (heard
simultaneously by Wes Hochachka) as well as several NORTHERN WATERTHRUSHES,
CAPE MAY WARBLER, RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET, and BLUE-HEADED VIREO. Most of the
birds were around the Sherwood Platform/Charlie Harper Bench.

- Brad

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[cayugabirds-l] CLO Pine Siskin

2014-09-24 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

I just had a lone Pine Siskin flying over the lab parking area.

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[cayugabirds-l] Cornell Arboretum Migrants (16Aug)

2014-08-16 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

While walking an adorable corgi with Scott Haber today at the Cornell
Arboretum we came across a PEREGRINE FALCON perched on a radio tower near
the overlook with the gong. It was pretty obvious and should be findable if
it's in the same spot.

There was also a mixed species flock that included BLUE-WINGED WARBLER,
RED-EYED VIREO, ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK and presumably a young COMMON
YELLOWTHROAT that sang like a Canada Warbler.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] RHWO at sapsucker woods

2014-07-22 Thread Brad Walker
The bird flew to the southwest corner near the main entrance. It's hard to
get a good look, but it's perching on snags and called a few times.

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On Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 9:38 AM, Jeff Gerbracht jeffgerbra...@gmail.com
wrote:

 He's on some dead white pines on the back of the pond now



 On Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 9:30 AM, Tom Schulenberg ts...@cornell.edu
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 There was an adult red-headed woodpecker in the tall snag at Sapsucker
 Woods a few minutes ago. Lost sight of it as it flew west across pond.

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[cayugabirds-l] Common Nighthawk

2014-05-24 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

At about 8:30 this evening there was one COMMON NIGHTHAWK flying north
relatively low over the fields on Bluegrass Lane, near Hanshaw Road.

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods 5/23 Flycatchers and Warblers

2014-05-23 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

There was a lot of quiet activity on the Wilson Trail North this morning.
The highlights were a calling (but unseen) YELLOW-BELLIED FLYCATCHER,
giving its pewee-like chu-wee calls near the feeders/blind along the pond
shore, and a male MOURNING WARBLER foraging along the trail behind the
north feeders near the building. The bird sang a single phrase quietly,
then popped out for about thirty seconds before disappearing again.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Clay-colored Sparrow, Cornell Campus

2014-05-14 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Andrew Dreelin reports that the Clay-colored Sparrow is on the south side
of Goldwin Smith this morning.

- Brad



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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Warblers

2014-05-09 Thread Brad Walker
Cape May and Philadelphia vireo at fuller wetlands with many others!
On May 9, 2014 7:07 AM, Jay McGowan jw...@cornell.edu wrote:

 Canada and lots more at Sapsucker power line cut, no Cerulean (please post
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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Prairie Warbler

2014-05-03 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all, Scott Haber and I took a steel through Sapsucker Woods this morning
and found a few new arrivals, including a BALTIMORE ORIOLE and a PRAIRIE
WARBLER singing from the powerline cut as we left.

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[cayugabirds-l] White eyed vireo still present

2014-04-25 Thread Brad Walker
Near the footbridge east of the Sherwood Platform, where there is a
drainage stream from the pond.

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[cayugabirds-l] Ithaca Chimney Swifts

2014-04-25 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

At about four o'clock today, Mary Margaret Ferraro and I had a pair of
CHIMNEY SWIFTS flying over Ithaca High School near Stewart Park.

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[cayugabirds-l] White-eyed Vireo at Sapsucker Woods

2014-04-22 Thread Brad Walker
Continuing in the same spot at the Sherwood Platform. Foraging at eye level
out in the open with some kinglets.

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[cayugabirds-l] Marten's Tract Gallinule

2014-04-13 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

Tim and I just had three COMMON GALLINULE swimming around in the ponds
furthest east at Marten's Tract. Otherwise, all the usual birds are hanging
about.

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[cayugabirds-l] Lab of O Waterthrush

2014-04-11 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

There was a LOUISIANA WATERTHRUSH on the Wilson Trail North this morning.
It called several times as it passed over the trail and landed along the
northern leg of the stream at the footbridge.

There was also a Canada Goose on its nest and four AMERICAN WIGEON flew
into the back pond.


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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods Field Sparrow

2014-04-10 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

A FIELD SPARROW is currently singing outside the main entrance of the Lab
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[cayugabirds-l] Bluegrass Lane Snipe

2014-04-03 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

At about 1 o'clock today, there were 20 WILSON'S SNIPE in the same spot
that I reported a few days ago. They were much closer to the road and
actually flew up as a group and made some noise at one point.

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[cayugabirds-l] Bluegrass lane snipe

2014-04-01 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all, there are currently at least thirty two WILSON'S SNIPE in a muddy
drainage stream behind the long red barn (south side) at the parking area
for Bluegrass Lane. The birds are only about a hundred feet away from the
road and the light is great for photography at this angle.

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[cayugabirds-l] Target short eared owl

2014-03-16 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

I just had a gorgeous SHORT-EARED OWL flying through the Target and YMCA
parking lots in Ithaca. It eventually landed on the ground. It may be worth
checking this spot at sunset tonight.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Gyrfalcon in Fayette

2014-03-15 Thread Brad Walker
The bird disappeared for a few minutes, but made another pass and is
perched near the road
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