My husband Danila and I saw a yellow crowned night heron about a month ago
on Mill St. in Freeville as well. Unfortunately, I did not make an ebird
report. It's impressive how the bird is not as easily spooked as our more
regular herons are. Danila and I were the ones who spotted one in 2018 as
At least one merlin has been very active in the Village of Freeville. It
has been keeping me company as I garden in the yard, but I am assuming it
is back at its regular nest down the road a bit.
On Fri, Apr 3, 2020, 7:34 PM John Confer wrote:
> Hi Folks,
>I continue to
Kayaking down Fall Creek in the Village of Freeville early evening my
family and I got some real good looks at a yellow crowned night heron. He
seemed as curious about us as we were about him and kept moving around on
his perch for better views. His unexpected beauty was a special treat.
Just did it, and will do it every day when I am reminded. Reminders like
this popping up in mailboxes are helpful!
On Thu, May 4, 2017 at 11:15 AM, Linda Orkin wrote:
> Each of us can vote EACH day till May 12.
>> Vote people...it's easy. Imagine the Jim Shug
In general I am a lurker on this list that benefits from all the wonderful
learning I get to do via this listserv. Thank you everyone who posts!
We are having a discussion right on on the Village of Freeville listserv
regarding a proposed solar farm next to Willow Glen Cemetery. There are