Re: [cayugabirds-l] adult Little Blue Heron at Sapsucker Woods

2016-06-12 Thread David Weber
Thanks Dave.  It was still there at 12:42, moving north toward the Sherwood 
Platform.  Should be easy to see from there.

Good birding,
David Weber

> On Jun 12, 2016, at 11:51 AM, Dave Nutter <nutter.d...@mac.com> wrote:
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> At 11:16am David Weber reported that an adult LITTLE BLUE HERON was at 
> Sapsucker Woods foraging in the main pond on the west side across from the 
> Lab building. It had previously been perched in the snag which held the Great 
> Blue Heron nest.
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[cayugabirds-l] Northern Shoveler @ Sapsucker Woods

2016-03-05 Thread David Weber
Hi everyone,

Andrew Dreelin and I found a molting male Northern Shoveler on the open
water of the pond with Mallards and American Black Ducks here at CLO.

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[cayugabirds-l] Lincoln's Sparrow, Palmer Woods, Cornell

2014-10-01 Thread David Weber
For those interested in arrivals, I just had my first-of-fall Lincoln's Sparrow 
in a red bush in Palmer/Jessup Woods marsh, just north of A-lot, on Cornell 
campus.

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[cayugabirds-l] Cornell Red-headed Woodpecker

2014-09-01 Thread David Weber
Hi all,

For those of you who don't know, the RED-HEADED WOODPECKER that has been on
campus since at least August 25th continues through today, September 1st.
 This bird, along with an OLIVE-SIDED FLYCATCHER  and a YELLOW-BELLIED
FLYCATCHER, has been frequenting a marshy patch with lots of snags on the
north side of Pleasant Grove Brook in Palmer/Jessup woods
(roughly 42.462491, -76.479839).  Lots of other migrants have been around,
too.  Parking is available on Triphammer road near Iroquois Road and also
in A-Lot (only no parking M-F 7am-5pm).

For other recent sightings, please see:
http://ebird.org/ebird/hotspot/L287796

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] RBA text aleart system

2014-08-15 Thread David Weber
Carl,

Perhaps I am not understanding the question correctly, but the current RBA 
system is, in fact, a text-based system.  Although there is a website and a 
smartphone app for it, you don't need those to use the service (correct me if 
I'm wrong), and it sends instant text messages just like the old one.  I have 
the app but I still choose to get the text messages.  This is the service Jay 
McGowan set up after we lost the old one.  Any member of it can sign up other 
members with just a phone number. 

Best, 
David Weber

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 A number of birders have commented about re instituting a text based RBA 
 system like the one we once had that was managed by Dave Nutter. As I 
 understand that the old system went away because there was going to be charge 
 for the service. I am wondering if a similar system could be set up with a 
 small fee for subscription to cover the costs would readers of this list be 
 interested?
 
 Right now I either get alerts from this list  via e-mail or  Ebird RBA alerts 
 ( which are a day old). I would like to know if there is enough interest in 
 having an instant RBA  text system again?
 
 If there are enough people interested I would be willing to manage the 
 system, but I would need the help of someone who understands this kind of 
 system better than I do to help get it set up.
 
 If you are interested please let me know by PM at c...@cornell.edu and use 
 RBA Text as the subject.
 Thanks
 Carl Steckler
 
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[cayugabirds-l] Great Horned Owl, Palmer Woods

2014-04-28 Thread David Weber
Hi all,

The GHOW has returned to its roost at Palmer/Jessup Woods on north campus.  He 
is currently in a small pine behind the row of tamaracks, which is up the hill 
from A-lot and to the right.

Although it looks like it is fenced off, the wooden fence is still part of 
Palmer Woods.

Just follow the crows!

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[cayugabirds-l] American Three-toed Woodpecker Sighting?

2014-03-08 Thread David Weber
Can anyone validate this sighting, or is it just another misidentification?

http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist?subID=S17357540

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Myers 23Sep2013

2013-09-23 Thread David Weber
Hi Bob and all else,

I myself had a Lincoln's Sparrow at the Freese Road gardens yesterday.  Jay
and Brad found them first on the 14th and 17th.  Also, one was seen at
Palmer Woods on Campus on the 19th.  Looks like now is the time to go out
and find them.

Good birding,

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 Thanks, Jay, for your timely and thorough (as always) report from this
 morning.

 I am curious as to when (and by whom) the Lincoln's Sparrows were found at
 the Freese Road gardens. Nothing has been reported to Cayugabirds, and I
 know that there are many local birders who follow the listserve and yet are
 not hooked up to rare or unusual bird alerts. I really miss the days when
 folks thought it important enough to report interesting sightings to
 Cayugabirds.

 Bob McGuire

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 Myers was pretty quiet this morning, as it has been for the last few
 mornings. Highlight today was a WHITE-RUMPED SANDPIPER that came flying in
 off the lake. I first noticed it because it was giving its high-pitched,
 squeaky calls. It circled the spit once but didn't land, then headed back
 out over the lake. Other birds included a male GREATER SCAUP heading south,
 and one migrant and one local Osprey.

 After Myers and Stewart didn't yield much yesterday morning, I walked
 around Hog Hole for a while. The only bird of note was a MARSH WREN that I
 flushed from the grass in the northwest corner. Today at the corner of
 Cherry Road and Snyder Road at the Ithaca Airport I found a flock of at
 least 10 EASTERN MEADOWLARKS. And finally, not sure if it has been posted
 yet, but LINCOLN'S SPARROWS are turning up lots of places this past week,
 including several sightings at the Freese Road gardens. Later migrants such
 as Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Hermit Thrush, Winter Wren, Palm Warbler,
 Yellow-rumped Warbler, and Rusty Blackbird have all been seen in the area
 within the past few days as well.

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[cayugabirds-l] Stewart Park - 4/20

2013-04-20 Thread David Weber
Hi all,

Stewart Park put on a great show this morning, with the male YELLOW WARBLER
continuing at Swan Pen, at least 6 SPOTTED SANDPIPERS, a GREEN HERON at
Renwick, at least 2 BLUE-GRAY GNATCATCHERS, and 10+ YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLERS.


No terns, catbird, or grebes that I saw, but a decent assemblage of
remaining ducks, including RUDDY DUCKS, REDHEADS, RING-NECKED DUCKS, LESSER
SCAUP, MALLARDS, COMMON MERGANSERS, HOODED MERGANSER, and AMERICAN COOTS.

Also notable were an OSPREY, RUBY-CROWNED KINGLETS, NORTHERN ROUGH-WINGED
SWALLOWS, and a BARN SWALLOW.

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Re:[cayugabirds-l] Summerhill 11/18

2012-11-18 Thread David Weber
Hi all,

Sorry for the typo, for those who caught it: I obviously meant to type
BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEES, but my fingers did not obey.

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[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods - White-crowned Sparrow

2012-10-02 Thread David Weber
A beautiful White-crowned Sparrow flew in for about 25 seconds to drink
some water at the lab's main feeder area at 3:18pm.  Also around right now
is a flock of Pine Siskins, 10 Hooded Mergansers, and also a Purple Finch,
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Mundy Red-Tail

2012-10-01 Thread David Weber
I also saw the Pied-billed Grebe today, and thought it quite odd as well.
It was my first campus grebe! It was also nice enough to stay close to the
edge of Beebe, for some semi-decent pictures. The Common Merganser seems to
have found a friend also, as there will two of them today. Also, it's
always nice to see the occasional Great Black-backed Gull on Beebe, which
stands out very well.  A nice, close-by collection of water birds to start
off the month list!

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 I got a real surprise on my walk through Mundy Wildflower Garden this
 noon.  I was looking down at the ground, as I started up the hill on the
 south side of the garden.  Suddenly I heard of whoosh, and looking up was
 startled to see a juvenile RED-TAILED HAWK flying up from the ground 5 feet
 in front of me.  It landed in a tree about 20 feet away.  It had apparently
 just freshly killed a gray squirrel just off to the side of the trail, when
 I in turn startled it!  Don't know which of us was the more taken aback!!
  Could this be one of the Tower Road birds??  Do the young stay close to
 their nesting site??

 Another very unusual sighting was a PIED-BILLED GREBE on Beebe Lake.   I
 can't recall seeing this species on Beebe before.  Has anyone else ever
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Reported Connecticut Warbler, Sapsucker Woods

2012-09-12 Thread David Weber
I saw the Connecticut Warbler not quite all the way behind the feeders: it
was in the small--hollies, I believe?-- that line the water and are on the
right side of the path before the walkway out to the seating area at the
small pond on the north trail.

It was initially seen at 2:26, and last seen at 2:30pm, at which time I had
to catch the shuttle and make it back to campus for a class. I managed a
crappy ID photo.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/83720499@N04/7980471474/in/photostream

Sorry for the late report!

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 I got second hand word that David Weber found a Connecticut Warbler on
 the Wilson Trail at Sapsucker Woods a little while ago, somewhere on
 the path behind the north feeders. Brad and I just went out and looked
 for it without success, but wanted to get the word out. Hopefully we
 can get more information from David soon.

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RE:[cayugabirds-l] Reported Connecticut Warbler, Sapsucker Woods

2012-09-12 Thread David Weber
Correction: The bird was a Nashville Warbler. Very sorry if any went out of
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