Re: [cayugabirds-l] Yellow Bellied Sapsucker Question

2021-02-22 Thread Martha Fischer
At our house in Enfield, a juvenile Sapsucker has been visiting our suet feeder 
regularly over the last week.

Martha Fischer

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A friend a mile away reports one is regular at his feeder this winter.  Don't 
remember reports of any over-wintering here on the west side of Ovid before 
this year, and there is only one report in eBird for Dec-Feb in the Seneca 
drainage of Ovid before 2021 (assuming Dave Kennedy was on the Ovid side of the 
line in Willard Town Park when he made his report in 2018).


On 2/22/2021 5:32 PM, Tim Gallagher wrote:
I saw a sapsucker in Freeville last Friday morning.


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There seems to be numerous reports of sapsuckers in CNY this winter. In my 
thirty plus years living here I don't recall ever seeing one in the winter. 
Here in McGraw I have one visiting my feeders for the past few weeks. How 
common is it for them to winter in our area?

   Thanks, Tom Fernandes

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Yellow Bellied Sapsucker Question

2021-02-22 Thread Alicia Plotkin
A friend a mile away reports one is regular at his feeder this winter.  
Don't remember reports of any over-wintering here on the west side of 
Ovid before this year, and there is only one report in eBird for Dec-Feb 
in the Seneca drainage of Ovid before 2021 (assuming Dave Kennedy was on 
the Ovid side of the line in Willard Town Park when he made his report 
in 2018).


On 2/22/2021 5:32 PM, Tim Gallagher wrote:
> I saw a sapsucker in Freeville last Friday morning.
>
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> *Subject:* [cayugabirds-l] Yellow Bellied Sapsucker Question
> There seems to be numerous reports of sapsuckers in CNY this winter. 
> In my thirty plus years living here I don't recall ever seeing one in 
> the winter. Here in McGraw I have one visiting my feeders for the past 
> few weeks. How common is it for them to winter in our area?
>    Thanks, Tom Fernandes
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Yellow Bellied Sapsucker Question

2021-02-22 Thread Donna Lee Scott
Immature Sapsucker in my area of Lansing Station Rd.

Donna Scott
Lansing
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On Feb 22, 2021, at 5:33 PM, Tim Gallagher 
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I saw a sapsucker in Freeville last Friday morning.


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There seems to be numerous reports of sapsuckers in CNY this winter. In my 
thirty plus years living here I don't recall ever seeing one in the winter. 
Here in McGraw I have one visiting my feeders for the past few weeks. How 
common is it for them to winter in our area?

   Thanks, Tom Fernandes

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Yellow Bellied Sapsucker Question

2021-02-22 Thread Tim Gallagher
I saw a sapsucker in Freeville last Friday morning.


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Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Yellow Bellied Sapsucker Question

There seems to be numerous reports of sapsuckers in CNY this winter. In my 
thirty plus years living here I don't recall ever seeing one in the winter. 
Here in McGraw I have one visiting my feeders for the past few weeks. How 
common is it for them to winter in our area?

   Thanks, Tom Fernandes

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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow Bellied Sapsucker Question

2021-02-22 Thread Tom Fernandes
There seems to be numerous reports of sapsuckers in CNY this winter. In my
thirty plus years living here I don't recall ever seeing one in the winter.
Here in McGraw I have one visiting my feeders for the past few weeks. How
common is it for them to winter in our area?

   Thanks, Tom Fernandes


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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

2020-04-11 Thread W Larry Hymes
 This morning we had a YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER on our lilac outside our 
kitchen window.  Gorgeous bird.

I thought I had reported last week, but we had two FOX SPARROWS, 
scritchy-scratching on the ground.  We also SAW a CHIPPING SPARROW, rather than 
HEARD (as I had reported on August 26th).

Larry
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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

2016-12-20 Thread Heidi King
I was surprised to see a *male Yellow-bellied Sapsucker* visiting our suet
feeder this morning in Caroline.
Shouldn't they all have migrated further south by now?

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied sapsucker

2016-12-16 Thread Geo Kloppel
Hi Laura,

It's certainly possible. The Ithaca Christmas Bird Count (held on Jan 1st every 
year) usually turns up one or two Sapsuckers, sometimes three or four, once 
even five.

-Geo

> is it possible that any stuck around?

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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied sapsucker

2016-12-16 Thread Laura J. Heisey
I believe I spotted a yellow-bellied sapsucker at my feeders in Newfield this 
afternoon. I could only see its back and head, and while I haven't seen many 
that close, I am very familiar with all of the year-round woodpeckers here, and 
it wasn't any of the usual visitors.

I heard them in the woods nearby this spring and summer, but is it possible 
that any stuck around?

-Laura Heisey, Shaffer Rd., Newfield.
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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker behavior around a nest

2016-05-10 Thread Jody W Enck
Hi All,

 Every once in a while I am fortunate enough to be able to conduct a 
30-minute stationary count during mid-day at a point in about the middle of the 
woods adjacent to my house.  Today was one of those days, and my count was the 
47th half-hour count at that site since the beginning of April.  I have seen a 
lot of that 23.5 hours of observation at the same place in the woods over the 
last five-plus week.  I want to pass along a bit of natural history I observed 
today.

 I’ve had the great fortune of watching a pair of Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers 
establish a territory that virtually centers on my point count location.  Over 
the course of about two weeks, I watched as they took turns excavating a new 
cavity on a Red Maple branch that already had eight woodpecker holes in it.  
Indeed, they chased away a pair of White-breasted Nuthatches that seemed to 
want to use one of the smaller holes on the back side of the branch.  The new 
Sapsucker cavity was constructed on the branch facing my count point and only 
about 20 yards away.

 As excavation neared completion, I almost laughed out loud watching the 
male appear from inside the cavity with mouthfuls of woodchips, spit them out 
in a shower, and disappear back inside for another mouthful.  In addition to 
watching nest excavation, I have witnessed neat interactions between the pair, 
including lots and lots of soft mews and other vocalizations I doubt I had ever 
heard.  Twice I witnessed the female visit the presumably completed nest, 
disappear inside for a couple of minutes and then depart again.  Once, she sat 
just outside the cavity and preened for over 10 minutes before going inside for 
a couple minutes, then emerging and flying away.  Perhaps she was laying an egg 
at those times.

 Today, I did my count from 1:45 to 2:15pm.  At 1:57, I saw the female 
emerge from the cavity (I did not know she was in there), and fly to a tree 
about 50 yards away.  She defecated almost on top of me as she flew over my 
head, suggesting to me that she might have been in the cavity for a while.  
When she landed, she issued on soft mew call that was returned from somewhere 
just out of site in another direction.  After two minutes, the male flew to the 
cavity, looked inside, then flew away out of view.  At 2:06, the female return 
and sat preening right outside the nest cavity.  Then at 2:10 she disappeared 
inside the nest.

 May there nest be successful.

Jody Enck
President of the Cayuga Bird Club


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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied sapsucker!

2016-01-24 Thread Karen Edelstein
YBSS at our suet feeder just now!

Salmon Creek Rd
Lansing, NY

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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

2015-02-26 Thread W. Larry Hymes
An absolutely gorgeous YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER male just came to one of 
our peanut feeders.  Doubtful this is a migrant, since our first 
sightings don't occur until April.


Larry

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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied sapsucker

2012-12-27 Thread Marla Coppolino
This morning there is an immature male YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER on the
lilac tree above my feeders. I believe it was last year I had an immature
female that hung around for the winter.

Marla Coppolino
Pleasant Valley Road, Groton

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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

2012-12-27 Thread Kelly L. Smith
at my feeder  looking cold.

Kelly 
Groton NY


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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

2012-06-03 Thread smb4inc
This morning a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker was in the trees on the north side of 
the intersection of Triphammer Road with Winthrop in Ithaca. 


Suzanne in Ithaca

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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Campus ducks

2011-04-07 Thread Jay McGowan
I'm surprised I have seen one before now, but there is a YELLOW-BELLIED
SAPSUCKER tapping and flying around in the woods just south of the main
entrance at the Lab of Ornithology at Sapsucker Woods.

Not too much of note on Dryden Lake this morning, but 4 COMMON LOONS and two
HORNED GREBES were there.  Yesterday an immature BALD EAGLE was sitting on
the ice in the morning.  George Road was also pretty quiet this morning
(three Horned Grebes remain), but on Beebe Lake I had a flock of ducks land
briefly that included 2 male AMERICAN WIGEON, 1 female GREEN-WINGED TEAL,
and half a dozen Mallards.  Two PIED-BILLED GREBES were still along the
south shore.


Jay McGowan
Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

2011-01-30 Thread Marla Coppolino
Yesterday and this morning there is a juvenile YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER at
my suet feeder.  I typically get all the regular woodpeckers at my feeders,
but this is the first time to have a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker here in
January.

Marla Coppolino
Groton, NY

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

2011-01-30 Thread Kenneth Victor Rosenberg
Marla,

On the Cortland Christmas Bird Count on December 18, we found a Yellow-bellied 
Sapsucker in the St. Anthony's cemetery on the hill above town of Groton. It 
was an immature bird that was still fairly brownish and had a white throat 
(female). I'm wondering if you are near there and if this could be the same 
bird?

KEN


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Cornell Lab of Ornithology
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On Jan 30, 2011, at 8:39 AM, Marla Coppolino wrote:

 Yesterday and this morning there is a juvenile YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER at my 
 suet feeder.  I typically get all the regular woodpeckers at my feeders, but 
 this is the first time to have a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker here in January. 
  
 Marla Coppolino
 Groton, NY
 
 
  


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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

2011-01-30 Thread Marla Coppolino
Yes, the Yellow-bellied Sapsucker at my feeders was female, immature, and
with the brownish feathers.  I live within 5 miles of St. Anthony's cemetery
(actually less, as the Sapsucker flies), so it could very well be the same
bird that you saw.

Someone who lives near upper Treman Park contacted me off-list to say that
she has had a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker at her feeder all winter.
Marla



On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 6:44 PM, Kenneth Victor Rosenberg
k...@cornell.eduwrote:

 Marla,

 On the Cortland Christmas Bird Count on December 18, we found a
 Yellow-bellied Sapsucker in the St. Anthony's cemetery on the hill above
 town of Groton. It was an immature bird that was still fairly brownish and
 had a white throat (female). I'm wondering if you are near there and if this
 could be the same bird?

 KEN


 Ken Rosenberg
 Director of Conservation Science
 Cornell Lab of Ornithology
 607-254-2412
 607-342-4594 (cell)
 k...@cornell.edu

 On Jan 30, 2011, at 8:39 AM, Marla Coppolino wrote:

  Yesterday and this morning there is a juvenile YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER
 at my suet feeder.  I typically get all the regular woodpeckers at my
 feeders, but this is the first time to have a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker here
 in January.
 
  Marla Coppolino
  Groton, NY
 
 
 




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[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker in Ovid

2009-12-29 Thread Anne Marie Johnson
I just got pictures from my aunt whose neighbor has had a 
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker visiting her feeders in Ovid. I'm not sure 
the date of the last sighting, but the bird has been regular and was 
at this person's feeders last winter too. I'm not sure what count 
circle Ovid falls in, but if this bird is of interest for the CBC, I 
can get more details.


Anne Marie Johnson



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