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A lone junco was feeding on my window sill in Union Springs, NY today at
12:25 p.m.. Old-timers thought seeing the first juncos meant that was a
sign of snow so called them Snowbirds. Is snow in the forecast??? We had
a few sprinkles of rain this a.m. while praying for about 5 days of
Union Springs .. Just had a female hummingbird at the feeder at 2:43
p.m. She looks plump so hopefully she's getting a good supply of insects
to get protein to put on body fat for her long, treacherous, strenuous
journey. She took 17 long sips of sugar water.
Gold finches were also here, busy
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Are any of you considering a night-time attack when the ducks would have
been asleep & not aware of danger from owl or weasel? I agree with Chris.
>> On May 31, 2020, at 11:53 AM, Christopher T. Tessaglia-Hymes
>> ï»¿ Just throwing this out there as another
At 7:30 this evening I saw a big brown bat flying around the spruce tree
in front of the house. I probably missed seeing the 2nd one because I
was checking on the orange halves that have drawn unwanted ants. I
daubed Vaseline on the branch on which the feeder hangs.
This is the 3rd time I've
On Mon., 5/4/20 I thought I saw a chimney swift but wasn't certain.
Today I saw 2 over the campus of Union Springs Academy but didn't have
time to watch for more. Swifts have nested in the tall chimney of the
girl's dorm off & on for at least 10 yrs.. I have seen them flying over
here & down
Daughter, Becky Sewell, has been out checking osprey nests at the north
end of Cayuga Lake from Aurora to MNWR & on surrounding roads there &
in Union Springs areas. As of Tues. she had found at least 21 ospreys &
was told about 2 more Wed. 3/1 just south of Union Springs.
Her FOY O was at
Daughter, Becky Sewell, saw/heard her FOY osprey on the platform nest at
the water works across from USHS about 1:30 p.m. today. She was heading
to other known sites on her list that she shares with Candace Cornell so
maybe she'll have more to add to the list.
I've had a flicker coming to eat
I gather fresh, dried grass clippings in the fall & "cup shape" it in
the cleaned boxes so winter roosting birds have a warmer place to roost
than in just a bare box or on a tree limb. We've had bluebirds & downies
spend nights in the boxes in winter & tree swallows that come too
Daughter, Becky saw her 1st kestrel on Thurs., back at the barn on Ridge
Rd. just so. of Spring St. Rd. where they've nested for an unknown no.
of yrs.. I saw one on a wire on Spring St. near Frontenac Elem. Sch.
(Union Springs) back in the winter. We also saw one near Half Acre in
Daughter, Becky & I continue to see the Oregon junco feeding with the
other dark-eyed juncos, house sparrows, house & gold finches.
Union Springs, NY
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Union Springs, NY:?? 17 Jan. 2020
At 2 p.m. I saw a hawk flying low to the ground up the hill towards, &
then directly under, my van parked just beyond my crab apple tree in
which I have several feeders. The tree is just outside my window. When
it's their feeding times, house sparrows
Today, Fri. 12/13/19, my daughter, Becky Sewell, again saw an Oregon
junco at my feeders. She & I both saw it a number of times at the
feeders on Sat. 12/6/19. She is quite familiar with Oregon juncos as
they were very common on her ranch in CO during her 30 yrs. there.
That's where I saw my
It is with great alarm to report & dismay to have seen that hundreds of
cormorants have taken up residence on the ground & in the trees of
Frontenac Island, Cayuga Lake, Union Springs, NY.
The island is owned by the village of Union Springs & I seriously doubt
the village fathers have any
This Mother's Day a.m. I saw a crow in our choke cherry tree & assumed
it was an adult from the nest in the nearby spruce trees.
Here, let me say that only once in the last mo. have I heard any cawing
from any crows so I presume they are quiet during nesting so as to not
provoke any smaller
Thurs. afternoon 3/28/19, Becky Sewell & I birded Rte. 90 from Union
Springs to 5 & 20, and 89 north to 31 (Mucklands where, for 35 min. we
watched thousands of snow geese flying overhead towards Cayuga Lake). On
the muck, are still many pintails & mallards. Coming back down 90 from
About 6:15 p.m., 28 Mar. 2019, daughter Becky & I were parked at Rtes.
31 & 89 when great flocks of snow geese began arriving from the north.
For 45 min. we watched as thousands of snows just kept coming, probably
heading to Cayuga Lake. Where in the world had they been all day??? The
3/14/19 ... many flocks, high & low over Union Springs, NY, too.
On 3/13/2019 2:15 PM, Tracy McLellan wrote:
> And over Myers and Salt Point. Thousands and thousands.
> On Wed, Mar 13, 2019 at 2:02 PM Bill McAneny > wrote:
> Thousands of Canada Geese
Two magnificent Northern pintails were seen on Factory pond on 3/7/19,
diving along with many mallards, gadwall, wigeons & a couple
canvasbacks, buffles & golden-eye. Many birds are on Mill pond along
Rte. 90 but light has been wrong for me to see what.
I saw a GBH at the boat launch with
Daughter, Becky, & I were at Oswego yesterday (Sat.) afternoon & again
saw the King eider, red-throated loon, dozens of white-winged scoters &
long-tailed ducks, as well as the usual ducks & gulls. Also being seen
in winter plumage was the male horned grebe which Kathy Strickland & I
saw on 4
To all ... Sorry I didn't better indicate the locations.
Head towards the Lake on _W._ _1st St._ off Rte. 104 & eventually dead
end at the Marine Museum. For those who haven't been there, you can park
& walk around behind the museum to view the river & harbor as well as
the marina. I suggest
On Mon. 4 Feb. 2019:
Kathy Strickland & I were thrilled to see & hear several hundred
long-tailed ducks on the Oswego River. For the first time ever, thanks
to my hearing aid, I heard them to me they sounded like loud peep
frogs or tree toads. For a long time I didn't know what the sound
Gray, mid-afternoon: 5 Feb. 2019 ...
Daughter, Becky & I counted 4 adult bald eagles & 8 immatures. One adult
was on the nest at the mouth of the Seneca R./canal & others were in
trees near Mud Lock. Immatures, except for 3 in trees, were either
flying or sitting on the ice with swans &
This afternoon as I was watching a white-winged scoter all by itself on
Cayuga Lake, out from the Harbor Marina at the bottom of Basin St., 2
juvenile bald eagles came into view from near Carr's Cove, south of the
village & headed north towards me.
They did their rolling, chasing fight
I was so appalled& angered by the bad, stupid & dangerous behavior of
birders along Martin Rd. last yr. that I deliberately left locality
information out of my post yesterday. By today, the owl could be most
anywhere but for those of you who know about the airport, Lott Farms
Becky & I went birding for an hr. late yesterday on our way to Seneca
Falls. We were astounded that the lake above, & river below, Mud Lock
are both very high river is over the banks along River Rd.. The
canal & river at May's is very high. I fear this high water is bad news
FOY about a doz. chimney swifts (we call them cigars) but I think
they were migrating as none stayed over the girl's dorm of Union Springs
Academy where they roost in the tall chimney or have had nests in past
yrs.. I forgot to go back out before it got dark to see if any did go
Our beloved *Larue St. Clair*, 92, has been in & out of the Auburn
hospital the last three months.
He is now at this health care center: *North Brook Heights 170 Murray
St. Auburn, NY 13021*
He is filled with memories of visitors, friends _/& feathers/_ at
MNWR. What a life saver
Coming south on Rte. 90, I saw an osprey on the platform nest by the
village water works across from the high school about 4 p.m. Thurs..
Becky got to see it as it flew ... our 1st of 2018!
Buffleheads & a Redhead are still on Mill pond. Have seen no Snow geese
except a lone one walking in
Union Springs, NY 21 March 2018
Once again we are/were in awe of the tremendous numbers of Snows
overhead. This afternoon I took John for a short ride about 3 mi. east of
the Springs. We noticed MANY dozens of Snow geese_decoys_ in a field
About 12:30 p.m. today (19th) on our way to MNWR, (vistor's center was open)
daughter, Becky Sewell, & I saw tens of thousands of Snows
mid-lake out from Canoga Shores (N. of Canoga) & opposite the Kozy Cove
area north of Union Springs. There were several tremendously HUGE rafts
spread over a
There were THOUSANDS of geese gliding in over the lake and into Mill
Pond, mingling with more thousands of assorted ducks. For those seeking
a good place to see lots of waterfowl, the comparatively warm water of
Mill Pond is drawing a great
Click on "events" & then to the right see the list including "Drone
Pics of Northern Montezuma". Aerial views are also included but the
drone pix are closer. I never dreamed so much water & land are there.
On 10/29/2017 2:06 PM, bob mcguire wrote:
> The main reason for writing this
PLEASE note: That is Rte. 287, not 257. The sign for 287 can be elusive
as you near the end of the main shopping area where you turn left at the
light onto Central Ave. at the "Village Green", the little park, home of
the famous Wynken, Blyken & Nod in their wooden shoe statue in the
We've had one nesting pr. with 5 young expected to fledge in 11 days.
Usually have at least 3 pr. with many others flying about. Not so this
yr.. Same with barn swallows. For the last 2 yrs. we've not had more
than a doz. of either lining up on our power line in late summer before
We FINALLY saw a female hummer 20 May. Next time was 27 May. 3rd time
was 4 June. Feeder is outside our kit. window.
First BLUEBIRDS & HOUSE WRENS hatched 5 days ago. TREE SWALLOWS hatched
yesterday. Swallow box is on the clothes line arm, 27 ft. from the house
& where we & others walk by.
Here in Union Springs I've had my feeder outside my kitchen window for 3
wks.. Finally saw a female hummer, just once each day, on the 20th &
27th. In the past they have /always/ come when my columbines begin
blooming & they opened nearly 3 wks. ago. I've not seen the female go
After Becky got off work & had lunch at 4 p.m. with us, she & I went to
Geneva, scarcely daring to hope we'd find the Brant mentioned in a post
much earlier in the day.
Before I even got to the park entrance, she spotted them on the grass to
the East of the Visitor's Center. She only has a
Saw 5 snow geese close to the road just east of the potato building
along Rte. 31 Mon. about 5:45 p.m.. Sky was already getting dark before
the storm so I couldn't see much other than dozens of gulls.
At Mud Lock I saw one bald eagle in the tree near the new nest & an
osprey on the nest atop
Daughter, Becky, & I, got to see them late yesterday afternoon. What a
treat. Also had one pied-billed grebe & a kingfisher. Disappointed to
not see any mergansers. A fisherman said he had seen 2 bald eagles at
the far east end but didn't know where the nest was.Has anyone seen
This a.m. I noticed our NYSEG ospreys on Number one Rd. are back. One
was on the nest & the other on the perch pole. I suspect they have been
back a few days but I hadn't been able to walk up the hill to check.
Becky had checked the nest on Fri. evening & saw nothing but it may have
3/25/17 6 Sandhill cranes flew NE directly over our house at 4:20
p.m.. Guess I might call them a "yard bird" first as well as FOY for me!
Yesterday the Cayuga Lake waters seen from Frontenac Park were well
dotted with the usual ducks & a few Canadas.
I saw close to 40 Am. wigeon fly from
Another thought . Male cardinals defending their territory, esp.
at mating, pre-mating season, could have been chasing each other when
they hit the windows. That, or older males chasing away younger males.
On 3/19/2017 7:27 AM, Gerry Rising wrote:
Mary Jane, I
Saw her on the nest in the big tree just after 1 p.m. today.
Dozens & dozens of swans, hundreds of snow & Canada geese were between
Cayuga & the Lock.
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This a.m. Becky & I saw 2 juvenile bald eagles flying along the shore
just north of the village of Cayuga.
We also saw 2 adult bald eagles in the trees next to the nesting tree at
Mud Lock north of Cayuga.
Along Martin Rd. south of Seneca Falls, Becky spotted a male pheasant
feeding in the
What a beautiful day to be out. Cold, but nice otherwise.
Is it late to have pied-bill grebes? Daughter, Becky, & I saw one in
close at Van Cleef Lake in Seneca Falls this afternoon. Saw about 20
each of hooded & common mergs there along with mallards & gulls & about
300 Canadas. Didn't take
Gadwall (10-12)Buffles, (didn't count - no time -they kept diving)
A. wigeon (6) G.W. Teal (1) at 2:30 p.m.
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Drove by the Mill pond along Rte. 90 a couple days ago & noticed the
labeling of the green heron picture had FINALLY been corrected, changed
from Pileated Woodpecker to the correct ID of Green Heron. Shame on the
scout leader who didn't catch the very obvious mistake many mos. ago
Daughter, Becky Sewell, saw the first buffleheads on the Union Springs
Mill pond Sat. 10.29.16.
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My yard & all surrounding fields & lawns are suddenly FULL of beautiful
black crows. I haven't been to Auburn, NY yet at night lately to see any
but feel sure these must be part of the thousands that roost there every
winter. I've never had them come in such great nos. to just feed &, I
Keep forgetting to post. Saw 7 Am. wigeon on Mill Pond on Thurs.
morning, 29 Sept. 2016. First since spring.
Last I looked, the Mill pond sign put up by the scout still had the
green heron listed as a pileated woodpecker.
I had seen wood ducks & babies on Factory pond numerous times through
What a wonderful & thrilling report in the Finger Lakes Times by John
Van Niel!! Thanks Chris.
On 9/4/2016 6:20 PM, Chris R. Pelkie wrote:
/Thought the many of
Back in the 1960s whenever my stepfather would go to work in his garden
or just out into his yard, an Eastern kingbird
would would suddenly appear & constantly dive at his head whether or not
he was wearing a cap. That went on most all
summer. The bird never bothered anyone else. However, I
Failed to mention that I have contacted Mrs. Aguilar, the scout's
mother, to commend her son for his project & hard work but also to point
out a glaring error on the sign/kiosk. He has the picture of a Green
heron listed as a Pileated woodpecker. :-(
Hopefully he can correct that ASAP.
Four bluebirds hatched on 4 July, as expected. By early a.m. 5 July, &
since then, temps have been in the mid-90s in the shade so surely inside
the bird box on the clothesline arm had to be hotter. Years ago, under
the same circumstances, I had successfully put an old umbrella over the
The Mennonite couple who lived in the house that burnt on East Rd. put
up a Purple martin house several years before they moved away about two
yrs. ago. The box had been occupied by martins almost from the time the
box was put up & I saw martins there last yr.. I don't recall anyone
You aren't alone there! And you left the apostrophe ('s) off else.
So .. why try? We all knew what you meant!
Chuckled to see your post. Our neighbor is also Judy Wright but she's
handicapped so WE KNOW she can't go birding.
Fritzie . Union Springs
On 6/22/2016 1:40 PM, Judith
This past Mon., 6th, John realized the male tree swallow hadn't been
"standing guard" on the weather vane on our clothesline post. Since the
neighbor's long, strong, male Siamese type cat had gotten the first
male, I have to feel the cat also got the 2nd male which had been very
I've wondered the last 2 or 3 yrs. why narrow strips of bark have been
peeled from a cedar tree. Didn't look like where a deer
had rubbed its antlers on the tree yrs. ago. I noticed the missing bark
when I went to get thin strips of bark for our son when he
was here teaching
At 11 a.m. I was quite dismayed to see many, many, many dozens of
cormorants in the trees, on the rocks & in the waters of Frontenac
Island in Cayuga Lake here at Union Springs. :-(:-( The Bass
tournament will take place here 23-24 June if the cormorants leave any
fish! This is the first yr.
This morning atop a tall chimney on the Union Springs Academy campus, I
observed a pair of copulating turkey vultures.
This is late but last Wed. a.m., (13th) a golden eagle came flying
right over our house. Had very good binocular views of all sides of the
bird with the sun showing
At 9:30 this a.m at least 24 TVs were in the field between Spring St. &
Seminary St. with wings
outstretched, facing the sun. They stayed for nearly an hour with one at
a time eventually taking
off. I have seen them circling around the tall evergreens immediately
west of where they sat &
I saw no osprey in Cayuga nor did I see any in my travels today. A lady
walking the Seneca Trail along the river took a picture of a male
hovering above the platform (seen from the bridge on Rte. 5 & 20, just
E. of MNWR entrance) & showed it to the lady at the desk. MNWR main
drive will open
_Mill pond_ finally has feathers on it!
Redheads & Gadwalls ... at least 50 each
Green-winged teal 1 pair
Am. wigeon .. 2 pair
Canada geese ... 12 +-
Mallards . 12 +-
_Factory St_. pond
And I saw hundreds heading south this afternoon about 3 p.m. just east
of our house on the east edge of Union Springs village. These were the
1st I've seen this _FALL_ ... ha, ha ... tomorrow is _WINTER_!
On 12/20/2015 7:08 PM, Sandy Wold wrote:
> Today, I found myself very fortunate
Good to know. Thanks, Ann. I've been wondering if anyone had seen it as
I haven't seen any posts this yr..
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Brief & to the point but I agree with Linda Tuyn. I wish I could write
as well as has Dave.
On 11/19/2015 8:50 PM, Linda K Tuyn wrote:
I appreciate all the information you have posted, and find it eloquently
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When I first saw Dave Nutter's post about what the charter school
teacher/students had in mind I was going to write almost what Phillip
Bonn has written. All one has to do is look at May's pool to see how
fast an area is overgrown & ruined by cattails. Think how quickly the
Main pool has
Around the drive at MNWR were many people looking for the mystery
"cinnamon" teal. No one we talked to had seen it. Frogs & turtles were
out enjoying the warm day. Becky helped a painted turtle across the
road. A crow captured a leopard frog & flew away with it. We saw more
frogs on the road
Daughter, Becky, reported seeing 7 buffleheads on her way home from
work this afternoon. She is by the pond everyday & these are the first
she's seen. Only thing I've seen has been mallards.
This was a bird filled day here today as I was working in the garden.
Nothing spectacular but nice!
Daughter, Becky & I went to Upper Saranac Lake on Thurs.. North of
Oswego on Rte. 3, for at least 20 mi. we saw perhaps 200 TVs migrating
on either side of the road. We didn't try to count but neither of us had
ever seen so many. The sky seemed to be full, far as we looked. We saw
Today I walked along the new "path" along the south side of Mill pond.
Needless to say, it left me feeling angry that the scout's mother, who
admitted to me that she knew next to nothing about birds & their needs,
pushed through their (her) agenda of making the path, DESPITE all the
Daughter Becky I saw the Willet at Larue's late Friday afternoon.
Several other birders were there looking at it but I didn't have time to
find out who they were.
We enjoyed the beauty of the 20 Caspian terns at Eaton Marsh where we
also saw 2 great egrets several common gallinule preening
Normal level of Cayuga Lake is 382 ft. but on Mon. I read that it was at
384 ft.. The underside of the docks here at Frontenac Park have been
used for yrs. by the rough-wings for nesting. I watched several swallows
sitting on, or flying over the docks on Mon. a.m.. Perhaps they were the
Daughter, Becky arrived home from work about 4:30 p.m. to the flash of
clearly defined, bright black white color in her trees on Ridge Rd.
out of Union Springs. Grabbing her binox from her car she soon found the
bird also had a bright red head!
She called me as she was taking pix listening
At Myers Park, flying down Salmon Creek at 5:30 this evening was a
kingfisher with a Ring-billed gull in hot pursuit. The kingfisher flew
into a tree where the gull couldn't follow. It took a swift turn came
back towards the tree, joined by another gull. The kingfisher stayed
put, well out
4/30/15: Here in Union Springs at 2 p.m. the first 4 chittering
cigars flew overhead circled down to the tall chimney on the girl's
dorm. Becky was here suddenly at least a doz. were overhead. :-) I
hope I am wrong that they make the chimney their summer home but
somehow I felt they
On Mon., 4/27/15, Kathy Strickland I played hookey journeyed to the
Rochester suburb of Irondequoit to look for the female Varied Thrush.
After about 15 min., thanks to the quick eye of Jim Tarolli of
Baldwinsville, we got to see it, a lifer for the three of us!
Several people had been
John I went to Frontenac Park about 1 p.m. today. I counted 17
cormorants just south of the island no fewer than 20 more /within
sight/ south towards Carr's Cove. John had seen more fly that way as I
counted the ones at the island they no doubt were hidden behind the
point. I came home
The e-mail below was sent by Matt Medler 7 yrs. ago in response to a
question asked by Linda Van Buskirk. With numerous folks mentioning
osprey sightings, it seems like an informative e-mail to re-send. For
you newbies in the hobby, Matt Medler was always someone who would
find an answer to a
Becky was leaving for home at 3:15 p.m. when she came running back to
say an osprey was atop a pole light just below the house. Yaaa Ho
YES!!! It was eating a large fish. I didn't see our osprey across
the field on the platform yet today but now will watch. Also will soon
I received this today because I am a member of Friends of MWC.
Figured other birders would like to be updated.
Returning from Dryden this afternoon I saw an eagle on the Aurora, NY
nest one in an adjacent tree. Didn't have my scope so couldn't check
on the Great Gully farm nest
On Wed. 25 Mar. 2015 Becky Sewell, my daughter, saw 2 CHIPPING SPARROWS
under her feeders. She is 3.5 mi. east of Union Springs, inside the
Basin has far more varieties of feeder birds than I do.
I've had a SONG SPARROW under my feeders since 26 Mar.. I saw one on 18
Jan. but didn't try to
Laura Stenzler my daughter, Becky, are_just south of Pumpkin Hill
Bistro_ (/south of Aurora/) looking at the owl sitting atop a snow drift
in the field on the_west side of Rte. 90_. The co-ordinates given below
are correct BUT the location Cayuga, NY is not.
Becky said a row of spruce trees
20 March 2015
Daughter Becky I played hooky on Thurs. afternoon after she came from
work. Since Gary K. mentioned an outing to MNWR for Sat., I went to see
if the situation there had changed in the last wk. NOPE!!! All iced over
snow on top. Visitor's
*_THE male __H__arlequin!!_ Our treat for today. Lifers for daughter,
Becky me, tho' 17 yrs. ago I had seen a female at Sodus. Becky was
thrilled because she has thought Woodies Common mergansers are the
most colorful of the ducks. Beautiful day to be out. Less snow in
Oswego than in Union
I've found pictures on-line with squirrels, primarily grays, looking
like the one I have at my feeders. The*Notodric* mange supposedly is
squirrel specific doesn't seem to cause the misery that Sarcoptic
mange does in other animals. Depending on health of the squirrel if it
can survive the
Union Springs, NY
Five (5) Bluebirds flew across our back yard yesterday. Eight (8)
goldfinches fought over niger feeder perches. Our family of 7 crows
continues but an extra one was with them this a.m.. They stop by
several times each day to see if any morsels of bird seed was missed.
Some of you might want to see Factory pond. Beaver has felled 2 fair
sized trees along the south side. One has fallen almost entirely into
the water. The other is about 1/2 in the water. Geese ducks have never
been able to swim where they are now. Gets more interesting each day.
When at the
Was the note anonymously hand written or was it an official DEC or Ag
Dept. notification? I would be very inclined to call Cornell
Co-operative Extension or a local AUTHORITY about birds _in winter_.
Birds*ARE* known carriers but so is the wind so are small large
Along with 5 other adults one juvenile is a neck-banded Tundra Swan
on Mill Pond. The band is turned in such a way that I couldn't see the
number. Perhaps someone with a good scope can see it post their
findings. The swans have been on the pond for a couple wks..
Gadwall continue on both
Union Springs: 19 Jan. 2015.
Confirmed this a.m. that the bird I saw yesterday afternoon in dim light
under one of our cedar trees was indeed a SONG SPARROW, my FOY.
As I was watching the song sparrow a Cooper's hawk came sweeping by on
its way to the stand of spruces where the the little
_At 2 p.m. today._ 12 Jan. 2015.
Mill pond_: mallards, redheads, buffles 1 gw teal.
_Factory St. pond_; gadwalls, buffles.
_Factory St. pond outlet_: mallards 2 great blue herons.
_Frontenac Park views towards the island:_ thousands of ducks ...
Had no scope foggy
Below is an e-mail from the mother of the Scout about whom I wrote that
wanted to make a path along the south side of Mill Pond. I have sent
her copies of e-mails I've received. Today I sent her the last of the
many I've received over the last few weeks this is her reply.
The lake was black with several rafts of redheads this a.m. between
Frontenac Park the Island at Union Springs.
Yesterday Mill Pond hosted many of them along with mallards, A. wigeons,
gadwall buffleheads. /I parked _across the street_ from the pond/
immediately, the ducks_/*all*/_
...@mac.com, and my phone number is 607-229-2158.
David M. Nutter
On Dec 01, 2014, at 02:25 PM, John and Fritzie Blizzard
Thanks to all who have written to me.
I agree with Donna Scott about personal, paper letters. If necessary,
I can print e-mai
Last Thurs. in my Mulberry tree above the feeders sat a
Yesterday in the rain a _Sharpie_ caught what appeared to be a blue jay
(light was too poor to see for sure) proceeded to eat it, tearing off
long strips of flesh after slowly plucking off the downy feathers
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