first woodcock of the season for me- single bird foraging in our little
woodlot in North Wolcott!
On Tue, Mar 9, 2021 at 4:01 PM Donna Lee Scott wrote:
> As neighbor Sarah Blodgett just texted, “there’s a massive goose thing
> going on” here!
> 1000s -mostly Canadas i think -hard to see in
many ducks nice variety on open water at nw corner of Little Sodus Bay
afternoon of Feb 25 goldeneye, white winged scoter redheads pintail, a few
long tail lots of common mergansers, some courting behavior - very
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Bravo Dave Nutter. You are spot on!!!
On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 10:36 PM Dave Nutter wrote:
> The Lab of O recently released a report saying the world’s wild bird
> population has dropped an alarming 29% in the last five decades. I also
> received a list from the Lab of O about how we as
If it's on the way to Oswego you can also check out the channel at Fair
Haven via the West Bay road park at end. Often lots of long tails, diver
ducks etc there. Wave action usually keeps channel and north end of bay
semi open to open
On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 12:49 PM John and Fritzie Blizzard <
I have a question. Do young ospreys hang out at nest after they fledge and
hope for food? Thanks
On Tue, Aug 21, 2018 at 8:16 AM, Marie P. Read wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just voted FOR cat licensing, mostly for the first reason that Gerald
> mentioned below.
> Marie Read
not sure if this will go out to list could you forward? Thanks
not bird related directly (though might relate to food for birds)
have bird watchers noted large numbers of painted lady butterflies moving
around randomly Sat Sept 23? I saw hundreds in an overgrown area with
milkweed today in
It might have been late for the little hummers but I've seen a couple of
the 'regulars' around here on south shore of lake ontario for two weeks or
also as for other bird notes had a weird sad discovery on boat- the
starboard ventilator cowling and dorade box contained three dead tree
I'm an unskilled bird watcher but I listened to the Internet and discovered
a black billed cuckoo calling next to my garden this AM
On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 7:35 AM, Mark Chao wrote:
> Birding has been very slow for me in Sapsucker Woods so far on Wednesday.
> Despite my usual
fair size flock of snow buntings swirling around the fields between Fair
Haven and North Wolcott this AM near the lakeshore- first I've seen this
Susan P Gateley
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Ahoy birders all,
I am doing an educational video on Lake Ontario and its problems and what
is/needs to be done about them.
I'd like to get some photos of cormorants (double crested), especially
islands that they have impacted. I have some video of cormorants, but was
unable to schedule a visit
my newsfeed for lake ontario reports botulism deaths among waterfowl Wayne
to Jefferson Counties starting about mid October to present. I would be
curious to hear of any observations you collectively have of Cayuga Co
I have NOT seen any dead birds this fall on my 1500
Ahoy bird watchers,
An environmentally minded ecologically sensitive professional videographer
would very much like to get footage of young eagles- on Lake Ontario or
elsewhere in Rochester Buffalo area.
Getting the youngsters as they learn and perfect soaring and flying would
be totally cool.
Hey there were 2 brown pellies up on Sodus Bay a few years ago- why not?
On Fri, Jun 5, 2015 at 2:25 PM, mduttwei...@twcny.rr.com wrote:
No, I wasn't at the Brewgarden. There was a brown pelican off Poplar Beach
cruising and doing the classic drop to the water. I have a passable photo
not really a bird watching note but here goes.
we are roofing a shed and had to take a nest down.
It was a phoebee nest with four almost white eggs and a COWBIRD egg,
Did we do the poor birdie a favor? Will she find another site and re-build
I wonder? Without a cowbird?
On Mon, May 18, 2015 at
Yesterday with strong south winds in late AM many many turkey vultures were
zooming at tree top level along the Lake Ontario shore line, heading east
at high speed! First big flight of soaring birds I've seen up here (
Wolcott- Fair Haven area)
On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 12:42 PM, Dave Nutter
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