Re: [cayugabirds-l] No Hummingbirds?!

2015-07-08 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
Hummingbirds are still here in Brooktondale.
Kim

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I have not seen a hummingbird for about a week. Constantly at feeder before that

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For the past 24 hours we have not seen a single hummer at either of the two 
feeders, both of which have been being emptied within 48 hours. I even went out 
to 'taste' the brew in one of them to make sure I really HAD sweetened the 
water! Is it just us or have others had this curious non-drama?
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[cayugabirds-l] Thunder and birdsong?

2015-05-21 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen

I have what is probably a very basic question.   Yesterday morning, I was 
birding with a friend in Lansing (Ross Road) (8:30-10:00); despite the cold, 
the birds were very active and vocal and we counted over 30 species in an hour 
and half of birding along a short walking route.At 10am, just as we were 
finishing up, there was a single peal of thunder off in the distance and the 
woods went entirely silent.Was this just a coincidence? The change from 
an acoustically rich forest to a silent one was dramatic and we hadn't moved at 
all.   The birds stopped singing entirely for a few minutes and then they 
picked up again a bit.Would the threat of a storm (however distant) affect 
birdsong in this way?
Thanks,
Kim Haines-Eitzen

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] 2 peregrines

2015-02-03 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
East side of Bradfield again, but only 1 right now that I can see.
Kim

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 East side of Bradfield hall now.
 
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RE: [cayugabirds-l] Meadowlark and bald eagle

2014-10-16 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
I have been enjoying the song of the Eastern Meadowlark here in Brooktondale 
over the last week, having not heard it for weeks and weeks.And just now 
the Red-winged Blackbirds, too!   Sounds and feels like May or June even though 
it looks like October.
Kim

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Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Meadowlark and bald eagle

At 4:00 this afternoon Driving north on Hall Road in Interlaken I was surprised 
to see an Eastern Meadowlark perched on the telephone wire just after seeing a 
KESTREL on a wire close by.

Yesterday we saw a bald eagle flying low over Interlaken on Rt 89 just a few 
miles north of Sheldrake.


I love autumn!
Michele
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RE: [cayugabirds-l] Great Egret

2014-08-27 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
I think I must have seen this same Great Egret—at our pond in Brooktondale—this 
morning at about 10am.   A beauty!
Kim

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Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Great Egret

This morning while driving along Boiceville Rd, I had a Great Egret fly over, 
heading down the valley in the direction of Ithaca.   Keep a look out.
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[cayugabirds-l] red headed woodpecker--Brooktondale

2014-05-23 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
I just had a Red-headed Woodpecker land in my trees on Vandemark Road in 
Brooktondale.   I don’t know how long it will stay or how unusual it might be 
for our area.
Kim

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RE:[cayugabirds-l] red headed woodpecker--Brooktondale

2014-05-23 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
For those of you who have asked: I haven’t seen the RH woodpecker in the last 
several hours.   I’ll post again if it reappears; my hunch is that it moved 
through rather quickly.   There is no question of the ID: we have all the 
resident woodpeckers in our woods; this was clearly a Red-headed—full deep red 
head, large white patch on the wings, distinctive white and black in flight.
I’ve seen the RHW at May’s Point and that is what we had here.An exciting 
day, but I didn’t get much work done.
Kim

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Subject: [cayugabirds-l] red headed woodpecker--Brooktondale

I just had a Red-headed Woodpecker land in my trees on Vandemark Road in 
Brooktondale.   I don’t know how long it will stay or how unusual it might be 
for our area.
Kim
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Mt Pleasant Snow Geese NOW

2014-03-22 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
Thousands of snow geese continuing to gather here on Mt Pleasant.   What a 
sound and sight!
Kim

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[cayugabirds-l] Snowy and SE Owls

2014-01-10 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
Snowy on a pole on Rt 90 just east of Indian Field rd (one pole east) this 
afternoon at 4pm.   Then a terrific show from at least 6 SE owls from 
4:20-4:45ish in the fields at Rt 90 x Lake rd (at the winery intersection).
Kim


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[cayugabirds-l] juvenile red-headed at SSW?

2013-09-30 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
I hesitate to post this, but I was birding SSW this morning (around 8:15am) and 
at the Podell boardwalk along the Wilson trail, I saw high up in a dead tree 
snag what looked like a juvenile Red-headed woodpecker: distinct white 
secondaries, very white underneath when it flew and a brownish/dark head and 
neck.Have juvenile RHWs been seen at SSW recently?
Kim

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] American Woodcock

2013-03-25 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
My son and I were out there this evening, too, and we heard lots of peents and 
saw several aerial displays (some in pairs and others single).   Heading down 
Snyder Road towards Hanshaw Road afterwards we had a lovely long look at a 
Barred Owl perched right along the south side of the road (about 8pm).   Also, 
a Cooper's hawk earlier in the evening on the airport fence along Warren.
What a night!

Kim Haines-Eitzen
Brooktondale

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Lee Ann van Leer's earlier post  prompted me to visit the site near Snyder and 
Mohawk Rds. adjacent to the Tompkins County Airport this evening where I was 
not disappointed. I arrived at 7:20 p.m. and at approximately 7:35 p.m.  I 
began to hear the distinct peent sounds coming from the thickets on the north 
side of Snyder Rd. and about 75 feet from Mohawk Rd. Within five minutes to ten 
minutes the bird flew up about 25-30 feet and crossed over Snyder and over the 
gravel yard and descended into the hedgerow to the left (east). That was my 
only sighting but it was well worth the effort. Good birding.

Bill Roberts
Aurora
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[cayugabirds-l] Bald Eagles in Danby

2013-03-01 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
Yesterday morning (around 9:30am) I saw Bald Eagles apparently working on a 
nest at the SW end of Michigan Hollow Road just south of West Danby.Is that 
a known nesting site?

I also heard my first konkareee of a red-wing blackbird there at the same 
time.   A beautiful way to end February and move into March.
Kim

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Lots of redpolls

2013-02-03 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
We have found two redpolls dead at our place and we put them in the freezer, 
wondering what the protocol is for donating them.   If you find out what the 
protocol is, please do post to the group.  We would be glad to have the sad 
find result in useful information.

Thanks so much,
Kim

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Department of Near Eastern Studies
Cornell University

On Feb 3, 2013, at 1:33 PM, Kenneth Victor Rosenberg k...@cornell.edu wrote:

 Hi all,
 
 Although this is not a happy way to acquire such information, if folks are 
 finding dead or dying redpolls (as often happens late in the winter during 
 invasion years), all of these specimens would be very valuable additions to 
 the Cornell collection, and ultimately could help (though genetic or feather 
 analyses) with the understanding of variation and origins that have been 
 discussed so much on this list. I'm afraid I am not up on the exact latest 
 protocols for donating those specimens -- or dealing with possible diseased 
 birds -- but I'm sure someone could clarify these.
 
 KEN
 
 
 Ken Rosenberg
 Conservation Science Program
 Cornell Lab of Ornithology
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 607-342-4594 (cell)
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 From: bounce-72651303-3493...@list.cornell.edu 
 [bounce-72651303-3493...@list.cornell.edu] on behalf of Bill Mcaneny 
 [bmcane...@fltg.net]
 Sent: Sunday, February 03, 2013 12:15 PM
 To: CAYUGABIRDS-L
 Subject: RE: [cayugabirds-l] Lots of redpolls
 
 We can't lay claim to a flock of 200.  More like a private party of 6.  One
 is pale halfway up the back and noticeably fatter but it also appears to be
 puffed up, perhaps like Laura's. I could not see under the rump.  The flanks
 appeared to have light striping and the face profile did not appear dished,
 so I have to go with Common R.
 
 On another unsatisfactory note, there was a dead redpoll under the feeders
 this a.m.  The cleanliness gods are telling me some housekeeping may be in
 order.
 
 BTW, I have seen only one report here of an increase in the Junco yard
 count.  We have had 10 to 12 consistently for the past 2 months.  That is
 twice our count from previous winters.  Have others seen higher counts than
 normal?
 
 Bill McAneny,  T'burg
 
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 Cc: K A Schat
 Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Lots of redpolls
 
 Hi all
 We have a flock of around 200 Redpolls at our feeders thus morning, maybe
 more.
 They are very active, flying up every couple of minutes, then raining back
 down to the feeders and the ground. I've noted at least one that appears to
 be much larger than the rest, but I'm not sure if it is just more puffed up.
 And one possible Hoary, but it does not sit still long enough to be sure,
 yet. They are fascinating to watch!
 Laura
 
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Snow Buntings and Longspur

2013-01-05 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
Flock of 10 Snow Buntings at intersection of Landon Road and Vandermark Road in 
Caroline today.
Kim
Brooktondale

On Jan 4, 2013, at 11:58 AM, Anne Marie Johnson 
annemariejohn...@frontiernet.net wrote:

 Tim found a flock of SNOW BUNTINGS on Central Chapel Road just south of the 
 intersection with 76 Road in Caroline. I went back with binoculars and found 
 one LAPLAND LONGSPUR  in the flock of about 40 Snow buntings. The flock is 
 actively foraging on the side of the road.
 
 Anne Marie Johnson
 Caroline
 
 
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RE:[cayugabirds-l] REDPOLLS Finally

2013-01-04 Thread Kim Haines-Eitzen
My first Redpolls arrived at my feeders today, too!Within a few minutes, 
however, a sharp-shinned hawk swooped in and chased them all away.
Kim
Brooktondale

From: bounce-72557102-32451...@list.cornell.edu 
[bounce-72557102-32451...@list.cornell.edu] on behalf of Barbara B. Eden 
[b...@cornell.edu]
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2013 10:21 AM
To: CAYUGABIRDS-L
Subject: [cayugabirds-l] REDPOLLS Finally

Large Flock at my feeders
North Sunset Dr. Ithaca
So  glad I am home today!!
~Barbara
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