[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting, October 8

2018-10-05 Thread cl...@juno.com
Next Monday, October 8, will be our monthly meeting of the Cayuga Bird Club.
  Speaker:  Kyle Horton, Ph.D;  Postdoctoral Research Fellow 
at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
 Presentation:  Cloudy with a Chance of Migration
The notion of hundreds of millions, if not billions, of migratory birds passing 
in and out of broad geographic areas is of considerable public and ecological 
interest -- and of conservation concern. Capturing and quantifying these 
large-scale movements has remained a principle challenge. Kyle will discuss how 
he uses weather surveillance radar to quantify and forecast migratory movements 
across the United States.

 The meeting will be held at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. Doors open 
at 7:00 pm and there will be cookies and conversation starting at 7:15. Bird 
club business begins at 7:30 pm followed by the presentation. All are 
welcome.Members are invited to join Kyle Horton for dinner at Aladdin's in 
Collegetown just before the meeting at 5:30 p.m. Please RSVP to Colleen 
Richards at cl...@juno.com  by noon Monday so reservations can be made.Have a 
great weekend.
Colleen Richards
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club September meeting

2018-09-05 Thread cl...@juno.com
 The September meeting of the Cayuga Bird Club will be on Monday, Sept. 10 at 
7:30 pm at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology with "cookies and conversation" 
beginning at 7:15.
 Our speaker, Muhammad Arif will present "Backyard Birds of Bangladesh".
During three recent visits to Bangladesh, Muhammad Arif saw many of the 
country's common backyard birds and photographed more than 50 species. Muhammad 
Arif will share some of these pictures, describe his experience birding in 
Bangladesh, and discuss the status of birds in this tropical river delta, such 
as the Blue-throated Barbet .Bio: Muhammad was born in Bangladesh but has lived 
most of his life in the US, including 25+ years in Ithaca. He discovered a 
passion for both birding and photography only about two years ago. He works as 
an IT professional at Cornell and uses the time for birding and nature 
photography to help balance the analytical nature of his job.Members are 
invited to join Muhammad and his wife for dinner at the Taste of Thai Express 
(Rt. 13N) at 5:30 that evening. Please rsvp cl...@juno.com by Monday noon.
[Doors open at 7:00 pm and all meetings are open to the public. Seating is 
limited; if room capacity is reached, the building will be locked.]
Hoping to see many of you on Monday.
Colleen Richards
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Cayuga Bird Club
  

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[cayugabirds-l] luna moth vs. red-winged blackbird

2018-06-14 Thread cl...@juno.com
A new behavior observation from this afternoon: ...walking along the front 
sidewalk of the Ornithology Lab this afternoon when a luna moth crossed my 
path. A male red-winged blackbird swooped down and attempted to grab it several 
times. Despite one or two small tears in its wings, the moth eventually evaded 
the blackbird and flew away up over the building. Meanwhile, the frustrated 
red-winged perched in a nearby tree preening its jostled feathers... The 
additional audience of 5th graders and their walk leader were thrilled with the 
unexpected entertainment! Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Fw: Cayuga Bird Club annual picnic

2018-06-11 Thread cl...@juno.com
Just a reminder - meeting at Pavilion A

  Cayuga Bird Club Annual Picnic
 June 11, 2018
 Myers Point Park, Lansing
 6:00 - 8:00 pm
  Cayuga Bird Club's annual dish-to-pass picnic will be held at Myers Park in 
Lansing (off route 34B) on Monday, June 11, 2018. Bring a generous dish to 
share main dish, appetizer, salad, or dessert. Also bring your own place 
setting, something to drink, and binoculars. There will be a short bird walk 
after dinner. Come meet and socialize with your fellow bird club members!

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club annual picnic

2018-06-08 Thread cl...@juno.com
Cayuga Bird Club Annual Picnic
 June 11, 2018
 Myers Point Park, Lansing
 6:00 - 8:00 pm
  Cayuga Bird Club's annual dish-to-pass picnic will be held at Myers Park in 
Lansing (off route 34B) on Monday, June 11, 2018. Bring a generous dish to 
share main dish, appetizer, salad, or dessert. Also bring your own place 
setting, something to drink, and binoculars. There will be a short bird walk 
after dinner. Come meet and socialize with your fellow bird club members!

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Suet Feasting

2018-05-16 Thread cl...@juno.com
Laura and others:

We've had a surprising variety of birds eating suet at our feeders this spring. 
I was wondering if others have seen this as well.  The list includes:Baltimore 
Oriolesx Gray CatbirdsRose-breasted GrosbeaksPine Siskinsx Hairy, Downy, 
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker and Red-bellied woodpeckersx Gracklesx Starlingsx Blue 
Jaysx Red-winged Blackbirdsx Chickadeesx White-breasted Nuthatch  (and we have 
Red-breasted too)Chipping Sparrow - around feeders, but not suet  Have seen the 
"x's" above at our suet, too!Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club May 14 meeting

2018-05-09 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will be holding their May meeting on Monday, May 14 at 
7:30 pm with cookies & conversation at 7:15.Our speaker, Meena Haribal, 
naturalist, will present "Birds of the Pantanal and Atlantic Forests of 
Brazil".  Description:  Meena will share her experiences traveling and birding 
in the Pantanal and Atlantic forest of Brazil. She spent three months in Brazil 
photographing and recording birds, anurans and other critters. Shell 
introduce the birds and natural history of the region and also talk about her 
two months volunteering at Ircambi, a conservation organization working 
to see the beautiful Brazilian Atlantic Forest restored,with prosperous 
communities living in a flourishing landscape.The talk would include 
slides, videos and sounds.  BIO:  Meena is originally from India, now settled 
in the US for the last 25+ years.  She is past president of the Cayuga Bird 
Club and was actively involved with Club activities.  She has been interested 
in nature, photography,travel and science for a long time and has traveled to 
various parts of the world including Antarctica, the Arctic, the Galapagos 
Islands, South America and extensively in India too. She retired as Research 
Associate from The Boyce Thompson Institute in Ithaca, NY where she conducted 
research in Chemical Ecology. 
 Club members are invited to join Meena for dinner at the Taste of Thai Express 
restaurant on Rt. 13 N. at 5:30 pm before the meeting. Please rsvp to 
cl...@juno.com by Monday noon so we can place our reservation.Looking forward 
to seeing you all at the meeting on Monday.Colleen Richards
Corresponding Secretary
 The meeting is free and open to the public. The doors open at 7 pm, 
cookies at 7:15 and the meeting starts at 7:30.  Seating is on a 
first come, first serve basis. PLEASE remember that seating is limited and if 
room capacity is reached, the building will be locked, so come early! 

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club April 9 meeting (to clear up confusion about the spea ker dinner)

2018-04-05 Thread cl...@juno.com
 Sorry that the announcement was so long that some folks didn't see the 
invitation for members to come to dinner with Paul and Anita. Here's an 
abbreviated version.The Cayuga Bird Club will be holding their April meeting on 
Monday, April 9 at 7:30 pm with cookies & conversation at 7:15. Our speaker, 
Paul Guris, founder of See Life Paulagics, Pelagic Birding Tours, will present 
"Pelagic Discoveries: Birding the Mid-Atlantic and New York Waters.Club members 
are invited to join Paul and his wife for dinner at the Taste of Thai Express 
restaurant on Rt. 13 N. at 5:30 pm before the meeting. Please rsvp to 
cl...@juno.com by Monday noon so we can place our reservation.Looking forward 
to seeing you all at the meeting on Monday.
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club April 9 meeting

2018-04-02 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will be holding their April meeting on Monday, April 9 at 
7:30 pm with cookies & conversation at 7:15. Our speaker, Paul Guris, founder 
of See Life Paulagics, Pelagic Birding Tours, will present "Pelagic 
Discoveries: Birding the Mid-Atlantic and New York Waters. Over the years, See 
Life's trips have turned up a number of pelagic discoveries including rarities, 
high counts, identification tips, habitat requirements, and behavioral traits. 
This program will explore a range of these discoveries in the Mid-Atlantic, 
particularly in the New York area. Examples include rarities like Western Gull 
and Fea's Petrel. Birds like Band-rumped Storm-Petrels, once considered to be 
incredibly rare in our area, turn out to be regular and even expected in the 
right areas at the right time of year. Dovekies have a highly specialized 
requirement for feeding that makes them generally easy to find.
 
 Don't expect a dry, data-driven presentation, do expect a lot of photos, and 
do expect a fair share of not-so-serious moments.Paul Guris has been birding 
since age 12, which is longer ago than he cares to admit. His first boat trip 
on salt water was in his mother's third trimester. He has traveled the nation 
and several countries in Central America and Europe seeking out landbirds, but 
the pelagic species always call him back. He has served on both Pennsylvania 
and New Jersey's rare bird records committees, captained the multi-year NJ 
Audubon World Series of Birding winning team, the Nikon/DVOC Lagerhead Shrikes, 
and served a variety of positions, including president of the over 125-year-old 
Delaware Valley Ornithological Club.Paul organized pelagic trips out of New 
Jersey as far back as the mid-1980s and he has led for several other tour 
companies. In 2002, Paul and his wife Anita started their own pelagic tour 
company called See Life Paulagics to provide greater opportunities in the 
Mid-Atlantic region. They run trips sailing out of New York, New Jersey, 
Delaware, and occasionally other places. The thrill of discovery and a love of 
the sea keep the excitement going even after all these years.Cayuga Bird Club 
meetings start at 7:30 pm, the second Monday of every month. Doors open at 7:00 
pm and all meetings are open to the public. Seating is limited; if room 
capacity is reached, the building will be locked, so come 
early!~~~Club members 
are invited to join Paul and his wife for dinner at the Taste of Thai Express 
restaurant on Rt. 13 N. at 5:30 pm before the meeting. Please rsvp to 
cl...@juno.com by Monday noon so we can place our reservation.Looking forward 
to seeing you all at the meeting on Monday.
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[cayugabirds-l] Pair of Bald Eagles

2018-03-23 Thread cl...@juno.com
Saw a pair of adult bald eagles hanging out in the trees/nests where the small 
heron rookery has been near Red Mill Rd./Rt. 366, Freeville. Have they nested 
in this area previously? Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] March meeting of the Cayuga Bird Club

2018-03-08 Thread cl...@juno.com
Next Monday, March 12, will be the next monthly meeting of the Cayuga Bird 
Club. Our speakers will be Alizé Carrère, National Geographic Explorer & 
Cultural Ecologist and Shawn Billerman, NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at the Cornell 
Laboratory of Ornithology. Alizé's presentation is titled:  Adapt and Thrive: 
Creatively Living in a Climate- Changed WorldIn 2012, Alizé received support 
from National Geographic to conduct research in Madagascar, where she spent 
several months uncovering an unlikely agricultural adaptation in response to 
severe deforestation. Learning of farmers who were turning erosional gullies 
into fertile pockets of farmland, her work evolved into a greater story of 
creativity and resourcefulness among the oft-repeated narrative of climate 
doom.Shawn will begin the program with an introduction to the birds of 
Madagascar and the habitats they depend on.This will set the stage for Alizé , 
who will talk about the environmental degradation she has seen and the human 
responses to climate change she has studied.  With the persistence of climate 
change, people across the world are experimenting daily with different adaptive 
methods on the ground. At a time when doomsday narratives dominate the current 
climate conversation, adaptation plays an increasingly vital role for both its 
practical application and as a hopeful reminder of our resilience as a species. 
The meeting will be held at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. Doors open 
at 7:00 pm and there will be cookies and conversation starting at 7:15. Bird 
club business begins at 7:30 pm followed by the presentation. All are welcome, 
but seating is limited and if room capacity is reached, the building will be 
locked, so come early! Members are invited to join Alizé for dinner at 
Aladdin's in Collegetown just before the meeting at 5:30 p.m. Please RSVP to 
Colleen Richards at cl...@juno.com  by noon Monday so reservations can be 
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[cayugabirds-l] Rosebreasted Grosbeak!?!

2018-02-25 Thread cl...@juno.com
A male Rosebreasted Grosbeak just flew into the red maple in front of me as we 
pulled into our driveway. Is this unusually early?He is singing as I type! 
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[cayugabirds-l] Bald Eagle on Game Farm Rd.

2018-02-10 Thread cl...@juno.com
This morning I was driving on Game Farm and saw a large bird flying over the 
pheasant pens that turned and flew up into the trees of McGowan Woods on the 
opposite side of the road. Slowed down and searched the upper branches until we 
spotted an adult Bald Eagle who was keeping an eye on all the activity. Had to 
take off, so we don't know how long it stayed in the area. Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club - February meeting

2018-02-07 Thread cl...@juno.com
Next Monday, February 12, will be the monthly meeting of the Cayuga Bird Club. 
  Speaker:Bob McGuire
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 Bob spent part of last summer traveling across Siberia, from the Mongolian 
border to the Arctic Ocean. Join him for recordings, videos, and photos of some 
amazing birds as well as landscapes, street scenes and stories from an 
experience he will never forget.
 
 Bob McGuire is a former president of the Cayuga Bird Club and Editor of 
Birding The Cayuga Lake Basin. An avid birder and sound recordist, Bob has 
contributed over 4000 recordings to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Macaulay 
Library. His personal collection includes the vocalizations of nearly 600 North 
American birds.
   The meeting will be held at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. Doors 
open at 7:00 pm and there will be cookies and conversation starting at 7:15. 
Bird club business begins at 7:30 pm followed by the presentation. All are 
welcome.Members are invited to join Bob McGuire for dinner at the Taste of Thai 
Express (Rt. 13N downtown) just before the meeting at 5:30 p.m. Please RSVP to 
Colleen Richards at cl...@juno.com  by noon Monday so reservations can be 
made.Colleen Richards
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[cayugabirds-l] winter weather safety while counting birds!

2017-12-31 Thread cl...@juno.com
Time to remember these safety tips while participating in the Christmas Bird 
Count tomorrow http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/winter/index.shtml 

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[cayugabirds-l] January 4 DEADLINE! Cayuga Bird Club members!!!

2017-12-27 Thread cl...@juno.com
Kevin McGowan will once again host the Cayuga Bird Club's annual Share Your 
Photos Night on January 8.Club members can share a maximum of five photos 
during the 3 minutes you will have to take the stage. Send them by January 4 to 
Kevin at k...@cornell.edu. The Subject Line on the email MUST BE "Bird club 
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them. IF you do not get an acknowledgement, contact Kevin again WELL before the 
meeting date (1/8). Remember, you must attend the meeting to show your photos. 
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[cayugabirds-l] Christmas Bird Count - Area 1 needs volunteers!

2017-12-22 Thread cl...@juno.com
Area 1 is in need of a few volunteers for the Christmas Bird Count on January 
1. See https://sites.google.com/site/cbc14850/Resources/christmas-bird-countfor 
map of this area (and the whole count). There are several walking routes in our 
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[cayugabirds-l] Bald Eagle - Etna, NY

2017-12-20 Thread cl...@juno.com
We have seen eagles flying over our yard in the past three months, but today as 
I was driving over the Etna Mills bridge crossing Fall Creek, there was an 
adult eagle sitting in a large tree directly overlooking the stream bed. 
Watched for about 10 minutes until traffic forced us to leave. Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club December 11 meeting

2017-12-07 Thread cl...@juno.com
The December meeting of the Cayuga Bird Club will be held next Monday, December 
11.
 Our speaker, Leonardo Campagna, PhD, will present Patagonia, Argentina: A 
naturalist's paradise! (Or From Puerto Madryn to Esquel: Notes on the Natural 
History of Patagonia)Leo writes: My experiences growing up in Patagonia have 
shaped me as a biologist and I will share some aspects of the Natural History 
of this exciting and diverse area. I was born in Argentina and raised between 
Patagonia (Argentina) and Santa Cruz (California). These two very different 
places were chosen by my parents, and by each of the two species of elephant 
seals in the world - Southern and Northern, since Elephant seals are my 
father's main study system!The meeting will be held at the Cornell Laboratory 
of Ornithology. Doors open at 7:00 pm with cookies and conversation starting at 
7:15. Bird club business begins at 7:30 pm followed by the presentation. All 
are welcome. Prior to the meeting, members of the Club are invited to join Leo 
and his wife Roxanne for dinner at the Taste of Thai Express (downtown on Rt. 
13N) at 5:30. Please rsvp to Colleen Richards cl...@juno.com  by noon Monday 
for reservations to be made.
 Stay warm this weekend; see you on Monday.
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club November meeting

2017-11-07 Thread cl...@juno.com
 Monday, Nov. 13 will be the Cayuga Bird Club's monthly meeting.
 Our speaker this month is Dr. Emma Greig (Ph.D., University of Chicago). She 
joined the Citizen Science program at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in 2013 as 
the project leader of Feederwatch. Prior to joining the Citizen Science team, 
Emma was a postdoc in the Macaulay Library at the Lab of Ornithology, working 
with Mike Webster (2010-2013), and now continues to collaborate with the 
"Weblab" on questions related to behavioral ecology and evolution in birds. 
Emma's dissertation looked at the function of Splendid Fairy-wren 
vocalizations, including the enigmatic Type II� song that is given in 
association with predator vocalizations. 
 Dr. Greig's presentation is entitled: Stories from Project FeederWatch: What 
We Have Learned from 30 Years of Counting BirdsProject FeederWatch is a 
continent-wide bird counting effort in which people keep track of the birds 
that visit their feeders in winter. We will learn about how the program works, 
and perhaps more importantly, what we have learned from 30 years of data 
collection. Why are Anna's Hummingbirds expanding their range? Is feeding birds 
harmful or helpful? Project FeederWatch data provides insights into both of 
these questions, and many more. The meeting will be held at the Cornell 
Laboratory of Ornithology. Doors open at 7:00 pm with cookies and conversation 
starting at 7:15. Bird club business begins at 7:30 pm followed by the 
presentation. All are welcome. Members are also invited to join Emma Grieg for 
dinner at Aladdin's in Collegetown just before the meeting at 5:30. Please rsvp 
to Colleen Richards @ cl...@juno.com by noon on Mon., Nov.13, so reservations 
can be made.
 
Have a great week everyone.Colleen Richards
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[cayugabirds-l] Eagles and a raven

2017-10-15 Thread cl...@juno.com
Just had a backyard flyover of 2 adult bald eagles, then 20 minutes later a 
ravenEtna area. What a beautiful mid-October afternoon.Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club - October 9th meeting

2017-10-06 Thread cl...@juno.com
Monday, October 9, will be the next monthly meeting of the Cayuga Bird Club. 
Who goes there? Birding with Infrared Thermography Speaker: Suan Yong
 Infrared Thermography allows one to see the temperature of everyday objects. 
It can highlight warm objects against a cooler background, making it a great 
tool for finding birds and other warm-blooded animals. A few years ago, when 
affordable thermal cameras appeared on the market, Suan decided to try using 
them to see if he could find owls in the night or bitterns in the marsh. He has 
done both, as well as follow a woodcock skydance, count migrants in the night 
sky, and track a grouse through thick brush. Suan will share his experiences 
with this technology.
 Suan Yong is a software scientist at GrammaTech in Ithaca. His interest in the 
natural world began as a boy growing up in Malaysia collecting butterflies, and 
shifted to birding in 2007 after moving to Ithaca. He regularly leads bird 
walks for the Cayuga Bird Club, Spring Field Ornithology, and other events at 
the Lab of Ornithology.If there is interest, we can follow the talk with a 
short walk into Sapsucker woods to see if we find anything interesting.
The meeting will be held at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. All are 
welcome. Doors open at 7:00 pm and there will be cookies and conversation 
starting at 7:15. Bird club business begins at 7:30 pm followed by the 
presentation. Members: Please remember that we will be voting for a slate of 
officers.
Members are invited to join Suan for dinner at Taste of Thai Express (downtown 
on Rt. 13N) just before the meeting at 5:30 p.m. Please RSVP to Colleen 
Richards at cl...@juno.com  by noon Monday so reservations can be made.Colleen 
RichardsCorresponding SecretaryCayuga Bird Club

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club September 11 meeting

2017-09-06 Thread cl...@juno.com
Next Monday, September 11, will be the next monthly meeting of the Cayuga Bird 
Club. 
 Our speaker will be:  Amanda D. Rodewald, Ph.D., Garvin Professor of 
Ornithology and Director of Conservation Science, Cornell University Robert F. 
Schumann Faculty Fellow, Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Department of Natural 
Resources; Faculty Fellow, Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, Cornell 
University.Her presentation will be -  In the Thick of It: How Invasive Plants 
Affect Breeding Birds
Invasive species are among the most serious conservation threats to native 
biodiversity. Invasive plants, in particular, can affect birds by altering food 
and nesting resources. Recent studies also show that invasive plants can 
increase the vulnerability of breeding birds to nest predators.  Dr. Rodewald 
will discuss a decade of research showing how Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera 
maackii), one of the most problematic exotic and invasive shrubs in eastern 
forests, influences predator-prey interactions in urbanizing landscapes. As 
both a faculty member in the Cornell Department of Natural Resources and 
Director of Conservation Science at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Amanda 
Rodewald works to generate, apply, and communicate science in ways that advance 
understanding of ecology and also support conservation. Her research program 
seeks to understand the behavioral and demographic mechanisms guiding 
population, community, and landscape-scale responses of birds to land use 
change and human activity in the eastern US and Latin America. The meeting will 
be held at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. All are welcome. Doors open 
at 7:00 pm and there will be cookies and conversation starting at 7:15. Bird 
club business begins at 7:30 pm followed by the presentation. Members: Please 
remember to review the annual proposed budget in the newsletter before our vote 
at this meeting. Members are invited to join Amanda for dinner at Taste of Thai 
Express (downtown on Rt. 13N) just before the meeting at 5:30 p.m. Please RSVP 
to Colleen Richards at cl...@juno.com  by noon Monday so reservations can be 
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] spotted sandpiper Hanshaw Rd.

2017-07-14 Thread cl...@juno.com
Correction! The pair was there in 2015, then only a single bird was spotted in 
2016 (and it subsequently left). He just saw two juveniles joining the adults. 
Colleen Richards

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While checking his research fields across from the SPCA, my husband just now 
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3 young there last year - this is the first sighting for this summer, though. 
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[cayugabirds-l] spotted sandpiper Hanshaw Rd.

2017-07-14 Thread cl...@juno.com
While checking his research fields across from the SPCA, my husband just now 
reported seeing two spotted sandpipers. A pair successfully nested and fledged 
3 young there last year - this is the first sighting for this summer, though. 
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club annual Dish-to-Pass Picnic

2017-06-12 Thread cl...@juno.com
Our end-of-year Cayuga Bird Club dish-to-pass picnic will once again be held at 
Myers Point Park (off Route 34B in the town of Lansing) tonight at 6:00 pm.
  
 Come meet and socialize with your fellow bird club members! Bring: a generous 
dish-to-share your own place settingbeverage binoculars Join us at Pavilion A  
(close to the spit at Myers Point). We will have a short walk to look for birds 
in the park after dinner. Don't forget there is a $4 fee for entering the park, 
so be prepared or plan to carpool!

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] bald eagle swimming?

2017-06-08 Thread cl...@juno.com
Thanks all!
I've sent all of your first-hand accounts on to my friends. Alas, that ranger 
will have to look up the answers for himself... Colleen Richards


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[cayugabirds-l] bald eagle swimming?

2017-06-08 Thread cl...@juno.com
A friend who is biking through the Cascade Mountains sent this query: We saw 
the strangest thing - a quite large bird was swimming in the water with it's 
large wings, doing a stroke that looked much like the butterfly - both wings 
flapping up out of the water in sync with each other. We asked the ranger what 
was going on. He was puzzled.  Doug wondered if it might not have been an 
eagle, either injured or perhaps caught on something, or maybe w/ fish that was 
tangled in something. Other ideas, my bird loving friends? Sorry we didn't get 
a pic - we watched quite a while but were slow with the camera.  But that pic 
of the river is where it was, just imagine a large flapping bird in there - 
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club May meeting

2017-05-04 Thread cl...@juno.com
Next Monday, May 8, will be our last regular monthly meeting of the Cayuga Bird 
Club for this semester. [Note: In June, we normally have a picnic/bird walk. 
Look for details.]
  Speaker:  Dan Ardia, Associate Professor, Franklin and MarshallCollege, 
Lancaster, PA; Dept. of Biology
 Presentation:  From PA to Africa: Chickadees in Forest Fragments & House 
Sparrows in Africa Dan will discuss two projects likely to change how you watch 
local birds. The first looks at movement and survival of Carolina chickadees in 
forest fragments in central PA. Chickadees ten to fall into two categories: 
active birds that move from feeder to feeder and less active birds that spend 
more of their time at the same feeder. The second project studies how invasive 
house sparrows spread across Africa. Two field expeditions (Kenya and Senegal) 
reveal interesting differences in which birds are at the leading edge of the 
expansion and how they differ in behavior. Expect interesting pictures and 
videos and new perspectives on two common birds.
 The meeting will be held at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. Doors open 
at 7:00 pm and there will be cookies and conversation starting at 7:15. Bird 
club business begins at 7:30 pm followed by the presentation. All are 
welcome.Members are invited to join Dan Ardia for dinner at the Taste of Thai 
Express (Rt. 13N downtown) just before the meeting at 5:30 p.m. Please RSVP to 
Colleen Richards at cl...@juno.com  by noon Monday so reservations can be 
made.Have a great weekend.
Colleen Richards
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[cayugabirds-l] to Montezuma and back again

2017-04-05 Thread cl...@juno.com
It was a greyish day, but still lots of good sightings. Total of 43 species 
between 8 and 4. Started at Myers with a juvenile red-tailed hawk sitting on 
one of the "campsites". A pair of ospreys on the lakeside of Salt Point 
demonstrated how to collect sticks for nesting material as a pair of 
kingfishers dived along the stream. Saw several kestrels on the power lines 
along 90 as we approached Union Springs - highlights of buffleheads and 
redheads at Factory Pond and the later roadside pond near the school. More of 
the "usuals" appeared as we neared River Rd. at the north end of Cayuga Lake: 
cormorant, ring-necked ducks, and great blue herons. Montezuma visitor center 
and wildlife drive yielded Northern shovelers, blue winged and green winged 
teal, coots, gadwalls, American widgeon,swan sp. in the distance and a pair of 
northern harriers hunting over the main pool. Along East Rd., and later along 
31, pintails joined the rafts of waterfowl along with several pairs of Am. 
black ducks. We spent a short time at the MAC in Savannah, but the starlings 
were the only residents of the purple martin house today. LOTS of water and no 
sandhill cranes on Carncross, but we did find another pair of hunting northern 
harriers at Martens Tract as well as phoebes nesting under the observation 
platform there. Had only seen one bald eagle at the Visitor Center earlier, so 
we checked on  Armitage Rd where one adult head was visible peering out of the 
nest. Also revisited Mudlock and think we saw where the eagles there were 
building a new nest after losing their previous one in last month's heavy 
windstorm. A quick trip back down the east side of the Lake gave us views of a 
pair of wood ducks at Factory Pond, several small groups of red breasted 
mergansers, one common merganser pair, a group of 16 double crested cormorants, 
many pairs of buffleheads, and finally 3 common loons. Plus the many robins, 
grackles, red winged blackbirds, rock doves, mourning doves, mockingbirds etc. 
that we passed in yards and trees along the way. Many thanks to Chris Lajewski 
who filled us in on all the recent happenings and sightings of the Audobon 
Center and Montezuma in general during the past few weeks. Thankful for a 
homeschool day-on-the-road.Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club April meeting

2017-04-05 Thread cl...@juno.com
Next Monday, April 10, will be the next monthly meeting of the Cayuga Bird 
Club. Bruce Smith and Katherine [Kit] Muma,  will give their presentation, 
"Kiwis and Kokakos: Wildlife Conservation in New Zealand".  Although they have 
both been on faculty in the Biology Dept. at Ithaca College, Bruce retired 3 
years ago. His courses included Animal Behavior; Aquatic Ecology; and Parasites 
and Vectors of Disease. Among the courses Kit has taught are Field Ornithology, 
and Bird Brains and Mind Games: Animal Consciousness. They spent parts of their 
last two sabbatical leaves in New Zealand.
 New Zealand bird species evolved in isolation, remote from any other 
significant land masses and virtually without terrestrial mammals. 
Consequently, the bird fauna was poorly adapted for the onslaught of mammalian 
predators that came with human settlement, first with the Maori people and 
later with European colonists. A significant proportion of the woodland species 
went extinct and many of the remaining ones are few in number and isolated on 
offshore island or remote patches of native forest.
 New Zealand, however, is a world leader in conservation, and has brought a 
number of their species back from the brink of extinction. Join us for an 
evening of video and still photography of birds of New Zealand, and a 
discussion of the challenges they face.The meeting will be held at the Cornell 
Laboratory of Ornithology. Doors open at 7:00 pm and there will be cookies and 
conversation starting at 7:15. Bird club business begins at 7:30 pm followed by 
the presentation. All are welcome.There will be no speaker dinner before the 
Club meeting.
See you all on Monday.
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Phoebe!

2017-04-02 Thread cl...@juno.com
Our pheobes showed up last Thursday, but we were headed out of town and I 
forgot to post.Pumping gas last night near the mall and listening to multiple 
killdeer in the dark!

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I had an E Phoebe on Lansing Station Rd. !
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[cayugabirds-l] juvenile Sharp-shinned

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This morning we had a juvenile sharpie flying from rafter to rafter inside our 
pole barn. At first we couldn't flush it out, but the car engine turning over 
finally convinced it to leave. We have had an adult sharp-shinned around our 
yard for several years, but maybe it was this younger bird who was stalking our 
feeders during the storm earlier this week...? Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] an enjoyable day at the feeders...

2017-03-14 Thread cl...@juno.com
Homeschoolers don't often take "snow days", but oh well, why not! Our feeder 
birds are providing entertainment as I work on my computer. A lone grackle sits 
hunched on a branch overlooking the suet while everyone else partakes - 
chickadees, downy, hairy, red-bellied, brown creeper, red- and white-breasted 
nuthatches, cardinal and blue jays. The titmouses, goldfinches, mourning doves, 
juncos and tree sparrows prefer the normal seed feeders still. Our pine siskin 
has not re-appeared, but the house finches are back. The local sharp-shinned 
hawk has also shown up in a nearby maple tree contemplating his dinner choices! 
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[cayugabirds-l] icteridae!

2017-03-10 Thread cl...@juno.com
...and now there is a mixed flock of thirty plus grackles, red-winged 
blackbirds, brown-headed cowbirds and a single starling among the feeders and 
on the ground below.Meanwhile, the pine siskin was crowded out and finally 
found the nyjer sock! Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] pine siskin

2017-03-10 Thread cl...@juno.com
It's been 3 years since I've had pine siskins in my yard, but one showed up 
this morning at the feeders. Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting - Mon., March 13

2017-03-09 Thread cl...@juno.com
 The Cayuga Bird Club's March meeting is Monday, March 13.This month we have a 
"Double-Header"!
The Opening Reception of Free Spirits: an Exhibition of Bird Photographs by 
Marie Read will be taking place at 5:30 at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
At 7:30 the Club will begin its meeting, and our speaker, Jody Enck, PhD, 
Conservation Social Scientist and President, Cayuga Bird Club will be 
presenting: "Sister Bird Club Network: Linking Clubs in the US and Honduras 
through the Neotropical Migratory Birds We Share".Jody is a lifelong birder and 
current President of the Cayuga Bird Club. In October and November of 2016, he 
traveled around Honduras meeting with nearly all the bird clubs there to "test 
the waters" about the idea of establishing a sister bird club network. Clubs in 
Honduras enthusiastically jumped on-board with the idea. Jody will share 
pictures and stories about the birds and birders he met during almost 5 weeks 
in Honduras. In particular, he will share ideas from the clubs in Honduras 
about how a sister club network might play out. He will pass along some of the 
things he learned about how "our birds of summer" behave and use habitat so 
differently when they are on the wintering grounds. He also will share ideas 
the Honduran clubs have for hosting birders from our club in the near future.In 
leiu of a speaker dinner, Club members are encouraged to attend Marie's Opening 
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[cayugabirds-l] enterprising Juncos

2017-02-16 Thread cl...@juno.com
This afternoon there were several juncos at our feeding station. Despite 
multiple other offerings, 3 of them flew up to a side porch railing and began 
attempting to use a Niger seed sock. Not being able to hang from it and pull 
out the seed, they perfected a different method. They took turns standing on a 
block of wood on the railing, so they were about 8" below the sock, then they 
jumped up and butted the sock with their head. This dislodged 2 or 3 seeds at a 
time which they gobbled up! Everything is quiet out there now but this behavior 
lasted for about 20 minutes.Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club February meeting and speaker dinner

2017-02-09 Thread cl...@juno.com
Next Monday, February 13, will be the next monthly meeting of the Cayuga Bird 
Club. Jennifer Walsh-Emond, PhD, an NSF postdoctoral  fellow in the Fuller 
Evolutionary Biology program at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, will give her 
presentation, "How Adaptations to Tidal Marshes Shape Differences between 
Saltmarsh and Nelson's Sparrows: Lessons from the Field and Laboratory". The 
harsh conditions found in tidal marshes make them suitable breeding homes for 
only a few bird species that are particularly well adapted to their challenging 
environmental conditions. In my work, I use salt marsh-adapted sparrows as a 
kind of natural experiment to explore how bird species adapt to new habitats. 
Saltmarsh and Nelson's sparrows are two recently diverged, hybridizing tidal 
marsh specialists that inhabit marshes along the coast of New England. Although 
these birds appear superficially similar, they have fascinating differences in 
habitat affinity, morphology, genetics, and behavior that reflect their 
associations with salt marsh environments over evolutionary time. These birds 
are increasingly threatened by the loss of salt marshes caused by habitat 
alteration and rising sea levels; my work helps place these threats in a 
broader evolutionary context by showing how these species likely arose through 
their different adaptations to coastal-upland habitats, which in turn led to 
their reproductive isolation.The meeting will be held at the Cornell Laboratory 
of Ornithology. Doors open at 7:00 pm and there will be cookies and 
conversation starting at 7:15. Bird club business begins at 7:30 pm followed by 
the presentation. All are welcome.Members are invited to join Jennifer for 
dinner at Aladdin's in Collegetown just before the meeting at 5:30 p.m. Please 
RSVP to Colleen Richards at cl...@juno.com  by noon Monday so reservations can 
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club January meeting and Speaker Dinner - Mon., Jan. 9

2017-01-05 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will be having its monthly meeting next Monday, January 9. 
It's our annual Share Your Photo! event with Kevin McGowan as our host. Come 
enjoy the fun as several Club members share up to five photos  during their 
three minutes on the stage. Although photo submission was limited to club 
members, the meeting is open to all! 
 Join us at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. Doors open at 7:00 pm and 
there will be cookies and conversation starting at 7:15. Bird club business 
begins at 7:30 pm followed by the presentation.We will also be hosting Kevin 
for dinner at the Ithaca Ale House at 5:30 before the meeting. Please rsvp to 
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Until then, have fun looking for Snowy Owls and that Gyrfalcon!
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[cayugabirds-l] Area 1 needs more counters for Christmas Bird Count, Jan. 1

2016-12-28 Thread cl...@juno.com
Help needed for Area 1 which spans the northern arc of our Christmas Bird Count 
circle. Two of our regular counters are unavailable this year so we could use 
some help in either an area northwest of the village of Freeville or in the 
village itself.Please let Colleen Richards know if you can help by responding 
to this post.Thank you so much!Colleen

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club December meeting and speaker dinner

2016-12-08 Thread cl...@juno.com
 Next Monday, December 12, will be the next monthly meeting of the Cayuga Bird 
Club.  Speaker:  David WinklerPushing the Limits for Tag Size and Life-Span: 
Tiny Solar Tags and Their Future in Following Bird Movements
 Dr. Winkler is a professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary 
Biology at Cornell.  He first came to Cornell in 1985 as a lecturer after 
obtaining his Ph.D. in 1983 at U. C. Berkeley while working with Frank Pitelka. 
In 1984, he was a Thord-Gray and Fulbright Fellow at the University of 
Gothenburg Sweden with Malte Andersson and in 1985 he attended Oxford 
University in England as a NATO Postdoctoral Fellow with John Krebs. From 
1986-1988, he was a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in 
environmental biology with Paul Sherman. In 1988, Dr. Winkler joined the 
Cornell faculty in Ecology and Systematics, later renamed the Department of 
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
 
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at 7:00 pm and there will be cookies and conversation starting at 7:15. Bird 
club business begins at 7:30 pm followed by the presentation. All are 
welcome.Members are invited to join Dr. Winkler for dinner at the Taste of Thai 
Express (Rt. 13N downtown) just before the meeting at 5:30 p.m. Please RSVP to 
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[cayugabirds-l] November Cayuga Bird Club Meeting - Mon., Nov. 14

2016-11-11 Thread cl...@juno.com
 The November Cayuga Bird Club meeting will be this coming Monday, November 14 
at 7:30 pm at the Ornithology Lab. Cookies & conversation begins at 7:15.
 Our speaker,  Vanya Rohwer, curator of the Bird and Mammal collection at 
the Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates, will give his presentation - "Of 
Mansions and Shacks: Understanding Divergent Nest Building Behaviors Between 
Two Populations of Yellow Warblers". .Yellow Warblers have one of the widest 
breeding distributions of all North American wood warblers, ranging from the 
equator to Alaska. Different breeding sites pose different challenges to 
successfully raising young, and one way for Yellow Warblers to overcome these 
challenges is by building nests that are well suited to local environments. 
Vanya Rohwer will discuss why Yellow Warblers breeding between two different 
locations in Canada a temperate and subarctic site build such dramatically 
different nests, and will highlight some of the process of discovery associated 
with this research.  
For his work on Yellow Warbler nest morphologies, Vanya traveled to Churchill, 
Manitoba where Polar Bears loomed in willow thickets, Beluga Whales breached in 
Hudson Bay, mosquitoes buzzed insistently, and the dusk twilight of northern 
latitudes lingered till 2am.   Members are invited to dinner with Vanya before 
the meeting at Aladdins in Collegetown at 5:30. Please RSVP by noon Monday to 
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club Meeting and SPEAKER DINNER -- October 10

2016-10-07 Thread cl...@juno.com
Well, the word is already out via Laura and Jody about the Cayuga Bird Club's 
October meeting next Monday, Oct. 10 - 7:15 cookies & conversation
7:30 meeting and election of officersfollowed by Bob McGuire's presentation 
"Matinicus Rocks!" and an update from Rose Borzik on the PUFFIN PROJECT My news 
is that we will be having dinner with Bob and Rose at the Taste of Thai Express 
restaurant on Rt. 13N at 5:30 pm before the meeting.  Please rsvp  - 
cl...@juno.com - by Monday noon so we can make reservations!  Looking forward 
to seeing many of you on Monday. Enjoy this great weather and maybe the field 
trip for sparrows with Mark Chao tomorrow (see newsletter/calendar for 
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club September meeting

2016-09-06 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting Monday, Sept. 12 at 7:30 for their monthly 
meeting. Our speaker will be Marie Read, presenting  Grebe Quest Out West. Join 
Marie  on her summer travels to northern Utah and northeast Montana in search 
of breeding Western, Clark's, and Eared Grebes. Be prepared for a cuteness 
overload as we enjoy close-up photos and video clips of the grebes and their 
young and hear Marie's stories from the field. Plus courting American Avocets, 
Black-necked Stilts, Ruddy Ducks, Short-eared Owls, Common Nighthawks and 
more.Wildlife photographer and author Marie Read is renowned for her exquisite 
bird photos that often tell a story as well as being beautiful. ¨Widely 
published during her 25+ year career providing high-quality photographs to the 
nature publishing industry, her images are featured in magazines, books, 
calendars, websites, educational exhibits, and product packaging, nationally 
and internationally. Marie's articles and photo essays have appeared in such 
publications as Living Bird, Bird Watching, Nature's Best, and Women In The 
Outdoors. Her images have won awards in Nature's Best Windland Smith contest, 
Nature's Best Backyards, North American Nature Photography Association 
Showcase, Audubon Photography Awards, and Festival de L'Oiseau. She has 
authored several books about birds and their behavior, most recently Into The 
Nest, coauthored with Laura Erickson.
 
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[cayugabirds-l] Birds and Hay Bales!

2016-06-18 Thread cl...@juno.com
Like the enrichment activities employed in a zoo, it was fun to watch the 
birds' reaction on some nearby fields as they were hayed for the first time in 
nearly 30 years. Huge round bales scattered across what were once pastures 
along with a pair of red-tailed hawks, two small crow families, and a host of 
starlings. The hawks perched singly on bales but took turns as they flew about 
from one vantage point to another. The crows, one group of four and one of six, 
would follow first one and then the other hawk - choosing to land about three 
or four bales away each time. Meanwhile, the starlings would fly up as a group 
then land on and around one bale at a time.I sat in my car on the edge of the 
road and watched them for 20-30 minutes, and they continued their "dance" as I 
drove away. Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club May meeting - NO speaker dinner!

2016-05-07 Thread cl...@juno.com
The May meeting of the Cayuga Bird Club will be on Monday, May 9 at 7:30 pm at 
the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Cookies and conversation begins at 7:15 pm.
 This month, Rick Manning will share thoughts and plans being discussed by the 
city of Ithaca for making Stewart Park a bird- and birder-friendly destination. 
In addition, Josephine Martell will talk about ideas being considered to manage 
the Canada geese that frequent the park. 
 Rick Manning is the Executive Director & Founder of the Friends of Stewart 
Park and the Coordinator & Founder of the Cayuga Waterfront Trail Initiative. 
Rick is a Professional Landscape Architect in New York State and his practice 
during the past fifteen years has focused on planning and design of park and 
trail projects for a range of public clients throughout New York. In recent 
years his work has increasingly focused on Ithacas waterfront - 
completing the Cayuga Waterfront Trail and the revitalization of Stewart Park.
 Josephine Martell serves as a Councilwoman in the City of Ithaca in the fifth 
ward, which includes Fall Creek and Cornell Heights. She has worked in the 
animal welfare and conservation fields for nearly fifteen years doing public 
policy and communications work. She is currently the citys point person 
for management of the Canada goose population at Stewart Park. Josephine holds 
a MS in public policy from the Center for Animals and Public Policy at the 
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University and is pursuing 
doctoral research at Cornell University examining how message framing and word 
choice impact long term species conservation and management. There is no 
speaker dinner this month.
Colleen Richards
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Cayuga Bird Club
  

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[cayugabirds-l] Towhees and White-throated Sparrows

2016-04-28 Thread cl...@juno.com
For two days a pair of Eastern towhees have been hanging out near our feeders 
on the ground. Today they joined the white-throated sparrows on our window sill 
platform feeder over the past 2 hours. This has been a first-time yard bird. 
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[cayugabirds-l] rainy walk around Sapsucker

2016-04-26 Thread cl...@juno.com
In the midst of a volunteer training session at the Ornithology Lab this 
morning we watched a double-crested cormorant percching in the rain in the 
center of the pond. Later, on a very fast walk around the main pond, we had 
great looks at a pileated woodpecker, a pair of Eastern towhees, a possible 
Cooper's Hawk, and heard a wood duck. Also present were an array of emerging 
wildflowers - marsh marigold, trilium, troutlily, May apples, and skunk cabbage 
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[cayugabirds-l] Highlights of CBC trip to Montezuma with a total 75 species

2016-04-16 Thread cl...@juno.com
Highlights of CBC trip to Montezuma with a total 75 species

Kathy Strickland and I along with 4 others enjoyed a beautiful day at the 
Montezuma Wetlands Complex.

A great start as we headed up the lake: E. Meadowlark on line in N Lansing and 
later a N. Mockingbird

boat house in Aurora: counting the Common Loons (~ 120), Paul Anderson found a 
single Red-throated Loon and others soon confirmed. Pair of Merlins flying and 
calling behind us during this stop.

Montezuma visitor center: 2 Solitary Sandpipers and 3 Wilsons Snipe

Wildlife Drive: a single Caspian Tern and 3 Canvasbacks

Knox Marcellus Marsh: 4 juvenile Bald Eagles actively fishing, 4 Sandhill 
Cranes, distant ?? Mute Swan, small flock Snow Geese, and a slightly 
co-operative Savannah Sparrow (until the camera came out!)

Martens Tract: added American Wigeon, finally, and Wood Duck to our waterfowl 
sightings, and our first Bluebird of the day

Railroad Rd.: pair of Trumpeter Swans, fishing Ospreys, Common Gallinule, and 
Eurasion Wigeon - as one pair of binoculars and 2 scopes alighted on and 
IDed the Wigeon, the flock flew up and circled farther and farther away 
to the north... Many thanks to Paul, Chris, Will and Claus for being our eyes 
and ears for a fun day of birding! Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] CBC field trip to Montezuma still on!

2016-04-15 Thread cl...@juno.com
Just to clear up any confusion.
 Sat, April 16, 7am  4pmMontezuma NWR, NY, United States (map) Join 
Colleen Richards and Kathy Strickland for a trip to Montezuma NWR. Meet at 7.00 
AM at parking lot of Cornell Lab of Ornithology - farthest from building; close 
to Rt. 13 NOTE: There is also a Spring Field Ornithology field trip to 
Montezuma leaving at 7 am; try not to get in the wrong group!!! 
  Dress warmly in layers for weather. Bring water and lunch. There aren't many 
stopping places for food.  Most of the time will be spent in Montezuma area. 
There should be a good assortment of ducks, some shorebirds and hopefully some 
new migrants.  If you have any questions contact Colleen at cl...@juno.com or 
6073399417 (cell). 

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club - no speaker dinner

2016-04-09 Thread cl...@juno.com
There will be no speaker dinner before the monthly Club meeting on Monday, 
April 11.Good birding this weekend! Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club April 2016 meeting

2016-04-08 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will hold their monthly meeting next Monday, April 11 at 
7:30 at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Cookies and conversation will begin at 
7:15.
  Our speaker, Jillian Liner, Director of Bird Conservation, Audubon New York 
will present -- "Audubon New Yorks Important Bird Areas Program 
Protection for Critical Sites". New Yorks Important Bird Areas 
(IBA) Program strives to identify the most critical sites in the state for 
birds and then works towards their protection and proper management. To date, 
12,000 IBAs have been identified on 6 continents and in 156 countries. The IBA 
network in NY has provided a solid foundation upon which to build conservation 
efforts aimed at protecting the full diversity of avian species in the state. 
Recent conservation projects to protect priority birds at IBAs will be 
discussed. Jillian Liner is the Director of Bird Conservation for Audubon NY 
based at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in Ithaca, NY. She has 20 years 
experience in the conservation field and has been with Audubon since 2001. At 
Audubon, Jillian oversees the Important Bird Area (IBA) program and assists 
with implementing habitat management, advocacy, outreach and other land 
protection efforts. She co-authored Important Bird Areas of New York: Habitats 
Worth Protecting and works closely with state and federal partners, other NGOs, 
and Audubon Chapters to increase the protection of IBAs and other critical 
habitat areas. 

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] fox sparrows

2016-04-04 Thread cl...@juno.com
Hadn't seen a fox sparrow amongst the 15 species at our feeders this weekend, 
but there was one alongside Wood Rd (Etna) this afternoon.Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club March meeting - Mon., March 14

2016-03-11 Thread cl...@juno.com

The March Cayuga Bird Club meeting will be this coming Monday, March 14,  at 
7:30 pm at the Cornell  Lab of Ornithology. Cookies & conversation begins at 
7:15.
 
  Our speaker, Anastasia Dalziell, from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, will be 
presenting Strange Tales of a Curious Bird: Recent Research on the 
Superb Lyrebird.

The male Superb Lyrebird is world famous for its remarkable ability to mimic 
natural and human-made sounds. Postdoc Anastasia Dalziell traveled to the 
forests of southeastern Australia to study lyrebird mimicry and found that, 
contrary to early suggestions, male lyrebirds are highly selective about when 
and what sounds they mimic. She will also discuss the association between vocal 
mimicry and dance, along with other findings that challenge our understanding 
about the evolution of complex communication in animals.  

Members are invited to dinner with Anastasia before the meeting at 
Aladdins in Collegtown at 5:30. Please RSVP by noon Monday to 
cl...@juno.com so reservations can be made.

There will also be an opportunity at the meeting to sign up for tickets to the 
documentary, The Messenger, which will be shown at Cornell Cinema on Sunday, 
April 10th, at 4:30. Stay tuned for additional information.

Looking forward to seeing everyone at our Club meeting on Monday, March 14
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting - February 8

2016-02-04 Thread cl...@juno.com
The February Cayuga Bird Club meeting will be this coming Monday, Feb. 8 at 
7:30 pm at the Ornithology Lab. Cookies & conversation begins at 7:15.
   Our speaker, Eduardo E. Iñigo Elias, Senior Research Associate and 
Coordinator, Neotropical Conservation Initiative, Department of Conservation 
Science, Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, will give his presentation - "Birds 
and Birding in Cuba: from Zuzuncito to Guantanamo"
For 14 years, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology has engaged and worked actively 
with multiple Cuban institutions and individuals, under the leadership of 
Eduardo E. Iñigo Elias, to study and protect birds and biodiversity in Cuba.  
We will hear Eduardo share his experiences and knowledge of the birds of this 
amazingly diverse country. He has worked with Cuban collaborators since 2002 in 
multiple research, education and applied conservation projects in the Cuban 
archipelago.  

Members are invited to dinner with Eduardo before the meeting at Taste of Thai 
Express at 5:30. Please RSVP by noon Monday to cl...@juno.com so reservations 
can be made.

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club December meeting - Dec. 14

2015-12-11 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, December 14, at 7:30 at the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology with cookies and conversation at 7:15.
Speakers Bob McGuire and Wes Blauvelt will be presenting " North to Alaska: In 
search of bird songs".  Join Bob and Wes as they drive 13,000 miles from 
Ithaca, NY, across the US and Canada to Alaska, cross the Arctic Circle, drive 
the Denali Highway, visit Nome, and then Resurrection Bay on the Kenai 
Peninsula.  Their intention was to view and record as many birds as possible. 
The talk will include photos of the birds (and mammals) and their habitats as 
well as many sound recordings. Members are invited to dinner with Bob and Wes 
before the meeting at 5:30 at Taste of Thai Express on Rt. 13N. Please RSVP by 
noon Monday to cl...@juno.com so reservations can be made. Hope to see you 
Monday! Colleen RichardsCayuga Bird ClubCorresponding Secretary

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club November meeting

2015-11-04 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, November 9, at 7:30 at the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology with cookies and conversation at 7:15. Our speaker 
will be Marie Read, wildlife photographer and Cayuga Bird Club member. In her 
presentation, "Alaska's Pribilof Islands: Bucket List Trip!", she will share 
photos and experiences from a recent trip. Alaska's Pribilof Islands, in the 
middle of the Bering Sea, have long been known as a wildlife photographers' 
paradise. Colonies of photogenic seabirds at close range -- Tufted and Horned 
Puffins, Crested and Parakeet Auklets, Northern Fulmars and Red-faced 
Cormorants among others -- as well as Northern Fur Seals and adorable Arctic 
Foxes beckon photographers in summer, while the promise of rarities from Asia 
draws birders during spring and fall migration. There is no speaker dinner this 
month, so plan to be at the Lab at 7:15 for cookie dessert before the meeting 
begins. Colleen RichardsCayuga Bird ClubCorresponding Secretary


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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting and speaker dinner - October 12, 2015

2015-10-09 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, October 12, at 7:30 at the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology with cookies and conversation at 7:15. Our speaker 
will be Bill Evans, Director of Old Bird Inc., a US nonprofit focused on 
nocturnal bird migration research and education. His presentation is entitled, 
"The impact of wind energy on birds in our region: fact versus fiction".

Bill will present a synopsis of his work for wind developers and groups 
concerned about wind power in Ontario and New York. He will draw from his 
involvement with the Black Oak, Wolfe Island, Ostrander Point, Galloo Island, 
Maple Ridge, and Cape Vincent wind projects, and portray the challenge of 
studying and mitigating impacts to birds from these and future wind energy 
projects in our region.

Members are invited to dinner with Bill before the meeting at 5:30 at Aladdin's 
in Collegetown . Please RSVP by noon Monday to cl...@juno.com so reservations 
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting and speaker dinner Sept. 14, 2015

2015-09-09 Thread cl...@juno.com


The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, September 14, at 7:30 at the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology with cookies and coversation at 7:15. Our speaker 
will be John W. Fitzpatrick, Louis Agassiz Fuertes Director of the Cornell Lab 
of Ornithology. His presentation is entitled, "To Interpret and Conserve: After 
100 years, what has Cornell Lab of Ornithology come to mean?"

As part of the Cornell Lab of Ornithologys centennial celebration and as 
the Labs director, John Fitzpatrick, will explore what has changed, what 
has flourished, and whats to come within the unique Lab founded by 
Arthur Allen and colleagues in 1915. Moving beyond history, this seminar looks 
ahead to the challenges faced by the Lab and everyone who cares about nature. 
We must regard our first hundred years as a trial runan 
experiment that has proven itself worthy of another hundred-year run, but this 
time the expectationsour measures of successwill be far more 
stringent, and the stakes are far higher as we work to help save the 
earths birds and biodiversity. Members are invited to dinner with the 
Fitzpatricks before the meeting at 5:30 at Taste of Thai Express (Rt. 13N 
downtown) . Please RSVP by noon Monday to cl...@juno.com so reservations can be 
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[cayugabirds-l] POSTPONED - Cayuga Bird Club Dish-to-Pass

2015-06-08 Thread cl...@juno.com
ATTENTION!!!No, it's not a rare bird alert, but ---the Cayuga Bird Club 
Dish-to-Pass and Bird Walk has been postponed to Thursday, June 11  @ 
6:30 pm   . Here are the details, as a reminder, from our previous 
announcement:
 PLEASE BRING: a generous dish to sharemdash;main dish, appetizer, or 
dessert.   
  your own place setting  something to drink  binoculars  (there 
will be a short bird walk after dinner) We will meet at Pavilion A  @ Myers 
Park, Lansing   6:30-8:30
 Cost for non-Lansing residents is $4/car.
 Thanks for being flexible everybody.
Colleen Richards
 

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club Annual Dish-to-Pass Mon., June 8

2015-06-03 Thread cl...@juno.com
Mon, June 8, 6:30pm ndash; 8:30pm  Pavilion A, Myers Point 
 Annual Cayuga Bird Club Dish-to-Pass Dinner and bird walk. The annual 
dish-to-pass dinner will be held at Myers Park in Lansing.  BRING:a 
generous dish to sharemdash;main dish, appetizer, or dessert.   
your own place settingsomething to drinkbinoculars  (there will be 
a short bird walk after dinner)  Come meet and socialize with your fellow bird 
club members! 

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club May meeting, May 11

2015-05-07 Thread cl...@juno.com
  The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, May 11, at 7:30 at the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation at 7:15.  

  Our speaker, Dr. Ron Rohrbaugh, Assistant Director of the Department of 
Conservation Science here at the Lab of Ornithology will be presenting Two 
Dimes and a Nickel: Tales of the Golden-winged Warbler
  There will NOT be a speaker dinner this month. Looking forward to seeing 
everyone on Monday! 
Colleen Richards 
Correspondence Secretary 
Cayuga Bird Club

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[cayugabirds-l] CBC field trip

2015-04-12 Thread cl...@juno.com
Thanks Ann and Gary for an enjoyable morning @ Monkey Run, George Rd. and 
Dryden Lake. Due to the quick separate trip back to the Lab I think our car had 
a total of 44 species. Highlights were wood ducks in flight (repeatedly), 4 
species of woodpecker (all but hairy and flicker) and golden-crowned kinglet at 
Monkey Run south; male harrier, redtail and roughlegged hawks at George Road; 
and all manner of waterfowl at Dryden Lake, including wood ducks, ringnecked, 
redhead, common/redbreasted and hooded mergansers, Am. black, mallard, gadwall, 
common loons, and horned grebe plus a great blue heron and a female harrier. I 
rounded out my day with an afternoon trip to Jetty Woods and the great horned 
owl nest on the golf course. Rescued a few meek souls from the hissing Canada 
geese along the entire length of the lighthouse pier, too. What a gorgeous 
day!Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club April Meeting 4/13/2015

2015-04-10 Thread cl...@juno.com
  The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, April 13, at 7:30 at the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation at 7:15.Title: 
Their World of Sound: An Exploration of Bird Sounds
Speaker: Greg Budney, Collections Development Curator, Macaulay Library, 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology Explore the lives of birds through a presentation of 
sound recordings from the Macaulay Library, the worldrsquo;s largest archive 
of bird sounds. Birds make some of the most compelling sounds heard in nature. 
From the stunningly beautiful to the bizarre, from drumming to mimicry, from 
the Nightingale to the Musician Wren mdash; wersquo;ll listen to sounds that 
birds use to communicate and the ldquo;windowrdquo; these sounds provide into 
their complex lives. Hope to see you there on Monday! 
Colleen Richards 
Correspondence Secretary 
Cayuga Bird Club

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Grackle

2015-03-22 Thread cl...@juno.com
A group of 8 grackles just landed at our feeders this afternoon - Etna Rd. near 
FreevilleColleen Richards

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To: Cayuga Birding List Cayugabirds-L@cornell.edu
Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Grackle
Date: Sat, 21 Mar 2015 19:05:18 -0400


Late this afternoon a gorgeous, shiny COMMON GRACKLE visited the ground under 
my bird feeders. Location: Pleasant Valley Rd in Groton. 
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club March meeting - March 9

2015-03-05 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, March 9, at 7:30 at the Cornell 
Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation at 7:15.   Our speaker, Suan 
Yong, Cayuga Bird Club member and nature enthusiast, and two friends traveled 
to Antarctica in January 2013 for what they call the most incredible vacation 
of a lifetime. Suan will share photos and information about the last continent 
and the nature tourism industry that has made it more accessible than you might 
think.
  Members are invited to dinner with Suan before the meeting at 5:30 at Taste 
of Thai Express. Please RSVP by noon Monday to cl...@juno.com so reservations 
can be made. 

Hope to see you Monday! 
Colleen Richards 
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Lake ice and birds

2015-02-20 Thread cl...@juno.com
My teenaged sons and I  were doing a science project this week on mapping the 
ice on Cayuga Lake. Thanks everyone for your references, etc.We saw 3 immature 
bald eagles and 1 adult on the ice near the east shore on Tuesday, 
approximately .2 miles south of the ice edge. There were none in sight when we 
returned this morning.Traveling north this afternoon we stopped at various 
points to look for waterfowl - mostly groups of 10-20 ducks or geese until we 
hit Long Point State Park where we found the largest flocks of the day. Further 
north there were again smaller groups of 20-30 birds at each of 4 locations in 
Aurora plus 35 Canada geese, 5 bufflehead, 2 gadwall, 8 redhead and one 
mystery duck (working on this one still with pix) at Factory Road pond. The 
roadside pond at Union Springs [can never remember what it's actually called] 
was also quite full of geese and ducks while the lake is quite frozen and snow 
covered to ~ .4 miles south of Union Springs.Ran out of time and daylight to 
get to the west shore of the north part of the lake today. Earlier in the week 
we did see swans amongst the ducks and geese along the shore at Taughannock.  
Other birds seen were:northern mockingbird on Scofield Rd. at 3:45and2 
short-eared owls at corner of 34B and Long Point State Park Rd around 4:50 pm. 
One was flying over the field on the southeast corner, while the second perched 
on a utility wire pole at the crest of the hill. Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting - Jan. 12, 2015

2015-01-06 Thread cl...@juno.com
Monday, January 12 7:15  cookies 'n' conversation7:30  Title: Share Your Photos 
Night Host: Kevin McGowan, Cornell Lab of Ornithology Kevin McGowan 
will once again host the Cayuga Bird Clubrsquo;s annual ldquo;Share Your 
Photos Night.rdquo;Come listen as various Club members share up to five of 
their  photos from the past year.  Although submissions are limited to club 
members, the meeting is open to all! Members are invited to dinner with Kevin 
before the meeting at 5:30 at the Ithaca Ale House. Please RSVP by noon Monday 
to cl...@juno.com  so reservations can be made. 

Hope to see you Monday! 
Colleen Richards 
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[cayugabirds-l] Area 1 in need of additional counters for January 1 !!!

2014-12-29 Thread cl...@juno.com
Really looking forward to this year's Christmas Bird count on Thursday, 
except.. We have had some folks move away  : (We have some regular helpers 
go out of town for the holidays  : ( So we really need a little extra help from 
some of you to make this count work.Area I TBD:West Dryden, Hile School Road 
area. Open fields, secondary growth fields, and woodlots. Possible 
Merlin,White-winged Crossbills, blackbirds, and sparrows. Please contact Area 
leader Colleen Richards asap - cl...@juno.com 

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[cayugabirds-l] Presentation title correction

2014-11-06 Thread cl...@juno.com
With regards to the Cayuga Bird Club meeting on Monday, Nov. 10:Dr. Jorge 
Orejuela will be giving a presentation entitled, The First Birdfair In The 
Land Of Birds-the International Birdfair in Cali, Colombia  My apologies to 
Dr. Orejuela.
Colleen Richards
Cayuga Bird Club
Corresponding Secretary

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club November 10 meeting and speaker dinner

2014-11-05 Thread cl...@juno.com
  The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, November 10, at 7:30 at the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation at 7:15. Please 
join us for the presentation Birds of the Colombian Rain Forest. Our speaker, 
Dr. Jorge Orejuela [Conservationist, Dept. of Environmental Sciences/Group in 
Environmental Studies for Sustainable Development, Autonomous University of the 
West, Cali, Colombia]  has been an educator and conservationist in Colombia for 
decades and is currently the director of the Cali Botanical Garden as well as 
professor in the environmental sciences department at the Universidad Autónoma 
de Occidente. Trained as an ornithologist, his research spans the Neotropics 
and includes species as varied as orchids, spectacled bears, and bats. 
Orejuelarsquo;s early work led him to the cloud forests between Colombia and 
Ecuador, home to one of the most important endemic bird areas of northern South 
America. Recognizing the need for its conservation, he undertook the 
establishment of the La Planada Nature Reserve, now in its 18th year of 
operation.  
  Members are invited to dinner with Dr. Orejuela before the meeting at 5:30 at 
Taste of Thai Express on Rt.13N downtown. Please RSVP by noon Monday to 
cl...@juno.com so reservations can be made. 

Hope to see you Monday! 
Colleen Richards 
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Cayuga Bird Club



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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting and speaker dinner - Monday, Oct. 13

2014-10-08 Thread cl...@juno.com
  The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, October 13, at 7:30 at the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation at 7:15.  

  Our speaker, Julie Zickefoose, a writer, artist and naturalist at home in the 
Appalachian foothills of Ohio, will give her presentation ldquo;The Bluebird 
Effect: Uncommon Bonds with Common Birdsrdquo;.   ldquo;Every day, I roam our 
80 acre wildlife sanctuary, and every day I find something new. This deep 
relationship with the land is the wellspring for my writing and art. ldquo;

  Join writer/artist Julie Zickefoose for an evening exploring the intersection 
of birds and spirituality in our lives. Can a bird become a demigod to some? 
Can certain species achieve the level of a totem or spirit guide?  Are there 
phenomena that occur at the intersection of man and nature that cannot be 
explained by conventional means? These are concepts that have surfaced over a 
lifetime of helping broken birds and mothering those who are orphaned, and in 
so doing coming to know birds from the inside out. A scientist at heart, Julie 
has lately found herself wondering more than knowing. This talk will help you 
keep your spirit ldquo;open to the thrust of grace,rdquo; thinking about the 
unexplainables in your own life.

  Members are invited to dinner with Julie before the meeting at 5:30 at 
Aladdins in Collegetown. Please RSVP by noon Monday to cl...@juno.com so 
reservations can be made. 

Hope to see you Monday! 
Colleen Richards 
Correspondence Secretary 
Cayuga Bird Club

*
And if interested:
Julie will also be doing a talk for the Cornell Plantations called, Personal 
Habitat: Creating a Haven for Wildlife (and Yourself) - the story of an 
artist's love affair with a piece of land, and the birds, animals, and plants 
that inhabit it. Simple habitat enhancements can take a back yard from bland to 
bustling with wildlife. In this talk, artist/writer Julie Zickefoose shows how 
she and her husband have transformed their abandoned farm into a wildlife 
sanctuary and observatorymdash;a perfect personal habitat.
Date/time: Wednesday, October 15; 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Cost: Free; no-registration is required.
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[cayugabirds-l] vultures over Mt. Pleasant

2014-09-29 Thread cl...@juno.com
Mid-day Sunday we watched for about an hour as multiple kettles of vultures 
appeared over Mt. Pleasant and drifted west over the compost piles on Stevenson 
Rd.  The groups varied in size from 10-40 birds. Only saw one black vulture 
that was part of a group that passed quickly to the south. Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] yb sapsucker nest

2014-06-14 Thread cl...@juno.com
Finally was in the right place at the right time this afternoon - discovered 
the cavity where  yellow-bellied sapsuckers are nesting in our front yard maple 
tree. It's sad knowing that we plan to remove that tree this winter. Colleen 
Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club Meeting - May 12

2014-05-08 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, May 12, at 7:30 at 
the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation 
at 7:15.  

   Our speaker will be Mia Boynton, PhD, a granddaughter of Louis Fuertes
and an independent writer. She will talk about the research she has done 
for her recently completed biography of Louis Agassiz Fuertes -
Fuertes Revisited: A Bird Artist in His Setting.   Members are invited to 
dinner with Mia before the meeting at 5:30 at   Aladdins in Collegetown. Please 
RSVP by noon Monday to cl...@juno.com  so reservations can be made. 
Happy birding until Monday!
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[cayugabirds-l] Fw: Cayuga Bird Club Meeting and speaker dinner Mon., April 14

2014-04-14 Thread cl...@juno.com
A last reminder about tonight's : Cayuga Bird Club meeting at 7:30 at the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation 
at 7:15.  
Saw-whet Owls: The Cute Factor Aids Science: 206,000 Birds Banded by 
Insomniac Banders Reveal Migration Patterns and Regional Reproductive Success  
  Speakers: Dr. John L. Confer, Biology Department, Ithaca College; Dr. Leann 
Kanda, co-analyst, Biology Department, Ithaca College
The Northern Saw-whet Owl is widely distributed, and an intensive banding 
effort provides a data trove for this tiny raptor. Banding records combined 
with GIS analyses reveal exceptional detail about migration patterns in eastern 
and central North America . This, with the ability to determine age classes by 
plumage, allows analysis of temporal/spatial patterns of reproductive success 
for breeding populations in different portions of North America. Dr. Confer 
will talk about his own banding effort and how his data, combined with that of 
other banders, has helped answer many questions about this little owl.
 And there is still room for any members who would like to come to dinner with 
John and his wife Karen before the meeting at 5:30 
at Taste of Thai Express. I'll be calling to make reservations at 3 pm this 
afternoon. 

See you all soon.
Colleen Richards 
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Cayuga Bird Club

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club Meeting and speaker dinner Mon., April 14

2014-04-09 Thread cl...@juno.com
  The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, April 14, 
at 7:30 at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation 
at 7:15.  
  Saw-whet Owls: The Cute Factor Aids Science: 206,000 Birds Banded by 
Insomniac Banders Reveal Migration Patterns and Regional Reproductive Success  
  Speakers: Dr. John L. Confer, Biology Department, Ithaca College; Dr. Leann 
Kanda, co-analyst, Biology Department, Ithaca College
The Northern Saw-whet Owl is widely distributed, and an intensive banding 
effort provides a data trove for this tiny raptor. Banding records combined 
with GIS analyses reveal exceptional detail about migration patterns in eastern 
and central North America . This, with the ability to determine age classes by 
plumage, allows analysis of temporal/spatial patterns of reproductive success 
for breeding populations in different portions of North America. Dr. Confer 
will talk about his own banding effort and how his data, combined with that of 
other banders, has helped answer many questions about this little owl.
  Members are invited to dinner with John and his wife Karen before the meeting 
at 5:30 
at Taste of Thai Express. Please RSVP by noon Monday to cl...@juno.com 
so reservations can be made. 

Hope to see you Monday! 
Colleen Richards 
Correspondence Secretary 
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[cayugabirds-l] Stewart Park, East Shore and Myers

2014-03-30 Thread cl...@juno.com
Cold Sunday finds at Stewart Park:Hooded MerganserCommon MerganserWood Duck 
(single pair)imm. Bald Eagle on shore4 Great Blue Herons (in single cove behind 
Visitor's Center)aythya rafts (l. and g. scaup, redheads)Herring, Ring-billed, 
Greater Black-backed Gulls East Shore:Common GoldeneyeRed-breasted 
MerganserCommon Merganser Myers:Green-winged TealMallardsNorthern PintailAm. 
WigeonLesser ScaupRedheadBuffleheadAm. CootSharp-shinned Hawk3 intrepid Tree 
Swallows And finally, atop a misty Mt. Pleasant:  Crows and Canada Geese in the 
mist, as well as 3 female Horned Larks

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[cayugabirds-l] OOB: Montezuma and beyond

2014-03-22 Thread cl...@juno.com
Driving up to Oswego Friday late afternoon we noted large gathering of Snow 
Geese on Cayuga Lake just south of Aurora. At Mud Lock there were over 100 
swans + Canadas. Oswego marinas (Sat. afternoon) featured nearly 100 pairs 
Greater Scaup and some Lesser, also several pairs Common and Red-breasted 
Merganser. Saw several individual Great Blue Herons at various points along 
Oswego River as we drove south towards Fulton. Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] killdeer

2014-03-12 Thread cl...@juno.com
Three killdeer together on an icy peninsula in flooded Campbell Meadow (corner 
Pinckney/Lower Creek). Turned back to look and there was only one.  He remained 
for at least the hour I watched. Kept bobbing body up and down, then fluttering 
both wings. Only other movement was to duck behind a small pile of snow as a 
sharp-shinned hawk flew down over him. Colleen Richards

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club Feb. 10 meeting and speaker dinner

2014-02-06 Thread cl...@juno.com
  The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, February 10, 
at 7:30 at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation 
at 7:15.  
  Our speaker, Leonardo Campagna, Postdoctoral Research Associate in 
the Fuller Evolutionary Biology Program at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, 
will give his presentation entitled, Exploring the Origins of Neotropical 
Avian Biodiversity. 
  
  The Neotropics hold the largest avian diversity in the world. Leo's work
focuses on studying the process of speciation, with the objective of 
understanding
what factors have contributed to generating the vast avian diversity of the 
region. 
He will talk about how geological events have promoted speciation and explore 
examples from his own work in greater detail, where he uses a combination
of molecular tools with the analysis of sonograms (sound data) derived from
vocalizations to study the evolution of various groups of birds from a number of
areas in South America.

  Members are invited to dinner with Leo before the meeting at 5:30 
at Taste of Thai Express. Please RSVP by noon Monday to cl...@juno.com 
so reservations can be made. 

Hope to see you Monday! 
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[cayugabirds-l] Area 1 in need of counters!!!

2013-12-29 Thread cl...@juno.com
As Area 1 leader, it looks like I will be participating as a feeder watcher 
this year due to the flu : (
 
HOWEVER, if you would like to be one of the few and the proud out on Area 1 on 
Wednesday you would be very welcome. We have some experienced birders that you 
could be paired up with or if you'd like to just be with someone who is more 
familiar with the area that's also possible.
 
Contact me off the listserve  cl...@juno.com
 
Thanks for helping with this year's Count!
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club speaker dinner - Dec. 9

2013-12-06 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will be meeting on Monday, December 9, at 7:30 at the 
Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and 
conversation at 7:15.  
The speaker for the evening will be former Club president, Bob McGuire, with a 
presentation entitled, The Way West: Birding with a Microphone”. 

Members are invited to dinner with Bob before the meeting at 5:30 at Taste of 
Thai Express on Rt. 13N. Please RSVP by noon Monday to cl...@juno.com so 
reservations can be made.
 
Hope to see you Monday!

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club Annual meeting and dinner

2013-10-10 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will hold its Annual meeting with election of officers 
next Monday, October 14, at 7:30 at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with 
cookies and conversation at 7:15.  
Our speaker, Bob Beck, author of The Journey at Malloryville Bog: Commitment, 
Teamwork and Tenacity in Defense of Land and Nature will give a presentation, 
An Environmental Success Story: Saving an Ecological Treasure Through Resolute 
Teamwork.  
He will be sharing his experiences in organizing and leading an eleven-year 
fight against proposed gravel mines next to diverse, pristine wetlands 
sheltered in a glacier-formed landscape. This effort successfully culminated in 
the establishment of The Nature Conservancy's O.D. von Engeln Preserve at 
Malloryville. 

Members are invited to dinner with the speaker before the meeting at 5:30 at 
the Taste of Thai Express on Rt. 13N downtown. Please RSVP by noon Monday to 
Becky Hansen @ rpxena...@hotmail.com so reservations can be made.
 
Good birding this weekend! Hope to see you Monday!
Colleen Richards
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting and dinner

2013-09-05 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will hold its monthly meeting  next Monday, September 9, 
at 7:30 at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation at 
7:15.  

This special meeting of current, new, and potential Cayuga Bird
Club members will begin with a showing of slides from Stewart Park. Stewart 
Park is the focus of our major interpretive sign project, and this will be the 
main topic of the evening. This discussion and vote will be followed by an 
in-depth exchange of ideas and plans for current and future activities, as time 
allows.

Rather than hosting a speaker for dinner, the Club will be inviting interested 
members to join for dinner at Tamarind Restaurant at 5:30 pm prior to the 
meeting.  This is an opportunity for members to enjoy an extended time together 
as well as some great food. If you would like to join us for dinner, please 
RSVP to cl...@juno.com by Monday noon so that reservations can be made.

 
Good birding this weekend! Hope to see you Monday!
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting and dish-to-pass dinner

2013-06-05 Thread cl...@juno.com
Cayuga Bird Club at Meyers Point 
June 10 6:30 PM
Dish- to- pass dinner
 Come one, come all!!
Cayuga Bird Club celebrates another great year of birds and the people who 
watch them.  Bring a dish to serve several, a place setting for yourself, your 
binoculars and your good spirits.   Beverages would be appreciated also. 
We will meet at Pavilion A as usual, socialize, eat and then go for a short 
bird walk. 
All are welcome; we hope to entice members and non-members alike to join us.   
Please feel free to contact Linda Orkin, wingmagi...@gmail.com if you have any 
questions or concerns.

Hope to see many of you there
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting and speaker dinner - Monday, May 13

2013-05-09 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will hold its monthly meeting next Monday, May 13, at 7:30 
at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation at 7:15.  
 Richard and Cyndy Tkachuck will be presenting Volunteering - Getting Your 
Feet Wet, a recap of the volunteer work they have
done in support of research projects and bird conservation and bird census. 
They will talk about how they find opportunities to work with birds in places 
throughout the world, as well as the U.S..

The Club will also be hosting the Tkachucks for dinner at Tamarind Restaurant 
at 5:30 pm prior to the meeting.  This is a great opportunity for members to 
meet with Richard and Cyndy as well as others while enjoying some great food.  
If you would like to join us for dinner, please RSVP to cl...@juno.com by 
Monday noon so 
that reservations can be made.

Good birding this weekend! Hope to see you Monday!
Colleen Richards
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting and speaker dinner - Monday, April 8

2013-04-05 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will hold its monthly meeting next Monday, April 8, at 
7:30 at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation at 7:15.  
David Nicosia, Warning Coordination Meteorologist for the NOAA/National Weather 
Service in Binghamton will present Highways in the Sky - Wind and Weather 
Patterns for Bird Migration.
David will talk first about basic weather patterns conducive to migration. 
From there he will focus on some very preliminary results of Birdcast and how 
birds are postulated to use wind patterns for migration. He will wrap up with a 
look at the unusual vagrants associated with Hurricane Sandy, radar evidence of 
a large flock of vagrants in the eye of Sandy, and the tools being used
to explain vagrants and migration.

The Club will also be hosting Dave for dinner at Taste of Thai Express 
(downtown on Rt. 13N) at 5:30 pm prior to the meeting.  This is a great 
opportunity for members to meet with Dave and others while enjoying some great 
food.  
If you would like to join us for dinner, please RSVP to cl...@juno.com by 
Monday noon so that reservations can be made.

Good birding this weekend! Hope to see you Monday!
Colleen Richards
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[cayugabirds-l] short-eared owls @ Morgan Road

2013-03-09 Thread cl...@juno.com
Finally made it up to Morgan Road today on the way home from Oswego. About 18 
folks were gathered to view the possible evening's flight. After several 
distant possibilities and half the group leaving for Carncross Road, we headed 
to our car where the 90-degree angle of the buildings funneled in the 
distinctive bark of hunting owls. The remnant of 6 birders quickly relocated 
and were treated to an up close fly-by and several minutes of watching two owls 
flit back and forth over the field. 
Many thanks to my husband for his last look and listen, which alerted us to the 
owls.
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting and speaker dinner - Monday, March 11

2013-03-07 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will hold its monthly meeting next Monday, March 11, at 
7:30 at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation at 7:15.  

Nick Mason, PhD Student, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at 
Cornell University will be presenting Complex colors and simple songs? 
Exploring evolutionary relationships between plumage, vocalizations, andhabitat 
in tanagers (Thraupidae). 
Tanagers are renowned for their bright, colorful plumage but
are regarded by most field guides as “poor songsters.” The
idea of an evolutionary ‘trade-off’ between song and plumage
dates to the days of Darwin; however, empirical evidence for
this trend remains scarce. Nick will discuss his master’s thesis on the newly 
redefined tanagers with respect to the relationship between song and plumage 
elaboration and the habitats in which they are expressed.

The Club will also be hosting Nick for dinner at Aladdins in Collegetown at 
5:30 pm prior to the meeting.  This is a great opportunity for members to meet 
with Nick and others while enjoying some great food.  If you would like to join 
us for dinner, please 
RSVP to cl...@juno.com by Sunday evening so that reservations can be made.

Good birding this weekend! Hope to see you Monday!
Colleen Richards
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Cayuga Bird Club

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[cayugabirds-l] drive to Montezuma Audobon Center

2013-02-15 Thread cl...@juno.com
Taking child to homeschool class at the MAC today, was a good excuse to do some 
birding. Travelled up the east side of Cayuga Lake in the morning, then down 
the west side about 3 pm.

Highlights were:
Northern Shrike on 34B just south of Jerry Smith Rd.
4 adult Bald Eagles on north side of Armitage Rd (across from nest)
Van Dyne Spoor Road - 4 immature Bald Eagles, 3 N. Flickers, 2 N. Harriers

Return trip over to Wycoff/Rock River intersection:
no sign of Short-eared Owl in the evergreens (didn't look long, because the dog 
was being protective), but the field behind was in process of being filled with 
snow geese! Multiple flocks arriving, circling and eventually landing...several 
blue phase

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting - Monday, February 11

2013-02-07 Thread cl...@juno.com


The Cayuga Bird Club will hold its monthly meeting next Monday, February 11, at 
7:30 at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation at 7:15.  

Irby Lovette, Associate Professor in the Dept. of Ecology  Evolutionary 
Biology and Director of the Fuller Evolutionary Biology Program at the Cornell 
Lab of Ornithology, will present
'Jays of our Lives' meets 'As the World Terns': The Soap Operas of Avian 
Mating Behavior in the Wild. Birds have long served as metaphors for human 
romance. In this Valentine’s week talk, Irby will discuss the complicated plot 
twists of birds’ social lives.

The Club will also be hosting Irby Lovett for dinner at Taste of Thai Express 
at 5:30 pm prior to the meeting.  This is a great opportunity for members to 
meet with Irby and others while enjoying some great food.  If you would like to 
join us for dinner, please RSVP to cl...@juno.com by Sunday evening so that 
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Good birding this weekend! Hope to see you Monday!
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[cayugabirds-l] N. Shrike and N. Harrier highlights

2013-01-10 Thread cl...@juno.com
I may have traveled the same route as Jay this morning. Got to watch Cayuga 
Vista Shrike as it repeatedly dove at a small bird which was 
successfully eluding it through low shrubs behind the Excelsior Systems 
building. Missed the Pipits at Myers, but watched a Herring Gull fly through 
the park away from the spit with a 7-8 fish - leisurely eating it amongst a 
group of mallards down by the lighthouse. Heading east along 34B we turned 
south on Collins Rd where a male Northern Harrier swept back and forth over the 
field. He appeared to have only one leg and spent about a minute on the ground 
each time he dove towards movement in patches of snow/grass. He finally flew 
off as activity started at the back edge of the field where 8 Turkey Vultures 
left their roost and a red-tailed hawk was flushed out of some pines.
Stewart Park was quiet by the time we arrived at noon. Repeated attempts to 
find the N. Shrike on Cherry Rd were fruitless (morning and afternoon).

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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting - Monday, January 14

2013-01-10 Thread cl...@juno.com
The Cayuga Bird Club will hold its monthly meeting next Monday, January 14, at 
7:30 at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.  Kevin McGowan will once again host the 
Club’s annual “Share Your Photos Night.”
Club members will be sharing up to five of their favorite bird photos during 
their three minutes in the spotlight.  Although submissions have been limited 
to club members, the meeting is open to all!

The Club will also be hosting Kevin for dinner at Ithaca Ale House at 5:30 pm 
prior to the meeting.  This is a great opportunity for members to meet with 
Kevin and  other members while enjoying some great food.  If you would like to 
join us for dinner, please RSVP to cl...@juno.com by Sunday evening so that 
reservations can be made.

Good birding this weekend! Hope to see you Monday!
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[cayugabirds-l] merlin Pinckney Rd./Fall Ccreek

2013-01-07 Thread cl...@juno.com
Nearly hit a merlin as it dove across Pinckney Road [on the bridge] in pursuit 
of a sparrow this afternoon.
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[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club meeting - Monday, September 10

2012-09-06 Thread cl...@juno.com
All are invited to the Cayuga Bird Club's first meeting for this fall on 
Monday, September 10, 7:30pm – 9:00pm [7:15 for cookies  conversation] in the 
Johnson Center Auditorium. Please note: there will be NO speaker dinner before 
the meeting.

Our speaker is Sahas Barve, Ph.D. Candidate, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 
Cornell University. 
In his presentation, Birds of India: Biogeography, Hotspots and a Brief 
History of Ornithology in the Region, Sahas  will focus on the biogeography of 
Indian birds with an emphasis on the unique intermixing of palearctic and 
oriental elements in the formation of the existing avifaunal assemblage. He 
will provide some insight into the unusual Western Ghats bird fauna; briefly 
explore the history of Ornithology in India including the influence of American 
naturalists and scientists; and will finish by sharing his top 5 Indian birding 
spots. 

Looking forward to seeing many of you there
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[cayugabirds-l] Fall Creek near Stewart Park

2012-09-02 Thread cl...@juno.com
Via canoe this afternoon, we had great fun watching three belted kingfishers as 
they flew back and forth over the still water of Fall Creek. After sighting two 
great blue herons, a green heron flushed out of the reeds and stood preening 
just 20 feet away for over 10 minutes [note to self: 2 kids and a camera in a 
canoe = unfocused pix]. Overhead an osprey also flew up and down the waterway. 
7-8 rock doves huddled and pecked in the dirt under the train and Rt. 13 
bridges. 
Once on the southern edge of the lake, Canada geese, mallards, d-c cormorants, 
Caspian tern, and three sp. of gulls dominated the scene.
A great way to spend a couple of hours on a beautiful day.

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[cayugabirds-l] caution re: whimbrel

2012-08-24 Thread cl...@juno.com
Glad everyone has been getting to see the whimbrel.
However, it would be best to park by road and walk in - the supposed dirt 
road that folks drove on yesterday is actually a newly set drainage tile ditch 
and it WAS newly seeded just before folks arrived on Thursday. Thank you.

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land)


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[cayugabirds-l] OOB:merlins in Cortland

2012-07-20 Thread cl...@juno.com
Over the past 2 weeks, I've been helping with Cortland Red Cross swimming 
lessons at the Wickwire Pool. After listening to some kind of fledgling raptor 
calls for several days, I decided to actively seek them out - and found 2 
juvenile merlins with a single adult. They have been a bit stressed for the 
past 3 days as 10-12 trees were removed (perhaps their nesting tree also??).
Today both young were perched on the electric wires, complaining loudly, when 
the adult flew close, looped the wire, then into a nearby tree. Eventually both 
fledglings took off and, after some odd aerial maneuvers, joined the adult and 
were fed.

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