RE: [cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole question

2020-06-15 Thread Donna Lee Scott
I have several B. Orioles still eating my grape jelly (along with catbirds, 
chipmunks, gray squirrels, and raccoons and maybe flying squirrels at night).
I know of at least 2 BO nests right in my woodsy, bushy yard and at least one 
nest in a nearby oak tree in a neighbor's yard.

I gave up on orange halves last week because orioles didn't seem to be eating 
those.

I have 3 dishes of jelly, 2 hanging (but one of those would be accessible to 
flying squirrels).

B Orioles also raid the hummingbird feeder!

I have not seen the Orchard Orioles for about 3-4 weeks.

Two evenings ago I saw a male B Oriole take a caterpillar to its nest hanging 
over the road near my mailbox. It went inside and appeared a few moments later 
with a fecal sac, which it flew away and dropped over 100 feet away. The nest 
is beautiful.

Donna L. Scott
Lansing Station Road/cayuga lake
Lansing, NY


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For the first time ever in my Cayuga Heights yard, I have had a pair of 
Baltimore Orioles still feeding at my jelly feeder. In previous years they are 
just here for a few days.
I am hoping since they have stayed (for at least 6 weeks ) they are nesting 
nearby
Any thoughts on this from birders more knowledgeable than me

Thanks,
Barbara Eden


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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole question

2020-06-15 Thread Barbara B. Eden
For the first time ever in my Cayuga Heights yard, I have had a pair of 
Baltimore Orioles still feeding at my jelly feeder. In previous years they are 
just here for a few days.
I am hoping since they have stayed (for at least 6 weeks ) they are nesting 
nearby
Any thoughts on this from birders more knowledgeable than me

Thanks,
Barbara Eden


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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole

2020-04-30 Thread Sue Eslinger
Our first Baltimore oriole came this morning. Happily eating grape jelly! East 
Hill off Snyder Hill. Sue Eslinger 

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> We had our first of the year Baltimore Oriole arrive near our feeders 
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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole

2020-04-30 Thread Bill Roberts
We had our first of the year Baltimore Oriole arrive near our feeders
yesterday. We have not yet seen it return.

Bill Roberts
Aurora

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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole

2020-04-30 Thread Michael H. Goldstein
FOY male Baltimore Oriole at my feeders in McLean.  Time to get the camera out!

Mike

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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore oriole

2018-05-03 Thread Johnson, Alyssa
What a gorgeous morning!

On my way to work this morning, I saw my FOY Baltimore oriole fly across the 
road in Tyre, NY. I've had my oranges hanging in the trees at the Audubon 
Center for 5 days, I hope today they find them!

Happy birding.

Alyssa Johnson
Environmental Educator
Montezuma Audubon Center
2295 State Route 89
P.O. Box 187
Savannah, New York 13146
(315) 365-3588
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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole.

2018-05-02 Thread Elaina M. McCartney
A male Baltimore Oriole landed on my hammock today, a bit north of Hog Hole. 
There’s usually a nest in my yard.

Elaina
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole and Common Yellowthroat

2018-05-02 Thread Yvonne Fogarty
Hi all, here on Bundy Road we have a eastern tower pair and  a grosbeak pair. 
It has been thrilling to look at the feeders and see the goldfinches, 
cardinals, red bellies, hairies, dowries, nuthatches, chickadees, House 
finches, blue jays and the occasional hawk that comes for a meal! 

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> We looked out of our dining room window early this morning to find a male 
> Common Yellowthroat hopping around in the grass where he remained for several 
> minutes.  Then, we arrived home at 11:45 from Sapsucker Woods to find our foy 
> male Baltimore Oriole at our orange feeder.  We weren't as lucky as many 
> others at Sapsucker Woods but did have some nice sightings of yellow-rumped 
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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole and Common Yellowthroat

2018-05-02 Thread marsha kardon
We looked out of our dining room window early this morning to find a male
Common Yellowthroat hopping around in the grass where he remained for
several minutes.  Then, we arrived home at 11:45 from Sapsucker Woods to
find our foy male Baltimore Oriole at our orange feeder.  We weren't as
lucky as many others at Sapsucker Woods but did have some nice sightings of
yellow-rumped (Myrtle) warblers, a yellow-bellied sapsucker. eastern wood
pewee, black and white warbler, towhee, and downy and hairy woodpeckers.
Marsha and Fred Kardon

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] BALTIMORE ORIOLE in Aurora - 1242017

2017-12-04 Thread Brad Walker
HI Bill, where will the photos be?

On Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 2:23 PM William Roberts 
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> An unexpected visitor to our bird feeders was a pleasant surprise. This is
> the very first time I have seen or photographed a Baltimore Oriole in
> Aurora, N.Y. in December.
> It was in stunning contrast to the leafless trees and the more drab
> usuals. Wow!
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> See photos: Bill Roberts ( icon is the head of a horse)
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[cayugabirds-l] BALTIMORE ORIOLE in Aurora - 1242017

2017-12-04 Thread William Roberts
An unexpected visitor to our bird feeders was a pleasant surprise. This is the 
very first time I have seen or photographed a Baltimore Oriole in Aurora, N.Y. 
in December.
It was in stunning contrast to the leafless trees and the more drab usuals. Wow!


See photos: Bill Roberts ( icon is the head of a horse)

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Baltimore oriole at Treman Marina!

2016-02-04 Thread Dave Nutter

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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore oriole at Treman Marina!

2016-02-02 Thread marsha kardon
At about 2pm we were watching a flock of at least 5 bluebirds in the trees
between the boat docks at Treman marina and the solar panels in the next
parking lot. Then a male Baltimore Oriole flew into the same trees and
allowed us excellent views of his beautiful plumage in the bright
sunlight.  After he flew deep into the evergreens along the driveway toward
Hangar Theater, we walked to Hogs Hole where we saw goldeneye, one gadwall,
common and hooded mergansers, black ducks and bufflehead.  In the distance
at Stewart Park, we could see a raft of redheads about the size of the raft
I'd seen at Hogs Hole several days ago.  We also saw Cedar Waxwings and
house finches in the Hawthorne trees by solar array.  Marsha and Fred
Kardon

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[cayugabirds-l] baltimore oriole

2015-04-30 Thread Liisa S. Mobley
I just found my FOY Baltimore Oriole in a large tree by the Johnson Art Museum 
at Cornell.  I heard its simple, yet rich sounding, song as I was sitting on 
Libe Slope.  I went to investigate, and found a bright orange splash at the top 
of a larch (or whatever the NYS version of a larch is) farther down the slope, 
near the museum.  The larch is host to other birds as well - goldfinches, house 
finch, and others.
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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole in yard!

2015-04-30 Thread Stephanie Greenwood

Here they all come! Whoopee!

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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore oriole

2015-04-30 Thread Brad Walker
On the Wilson trail at Sapsucker Woods

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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore oriole

2014-05-01 Thread M K Mannella
We have a BALTIMORE ORIOLE at our woodpecker feeders this evening. What 
outstanding color. I have never been able to observe one this closely before.  

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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole

2013-05-08 Thread Tom Vawter
Our annual Baltimore oriole is once again foraging and singing in the tops
of our backyard ashes.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole

2013-05-08 Thread John Greenly
I woke this morning to the sound of our Oriole back in the yard.  This is two 
days later than last year, and for the last ten years one has arrived between 
May 4 and 7.  

--John Greenly 
Ludlowville


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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole

2013-05-08 Thread Carol Keeler
Mine, too.  I saw him at the jelly feeder two days ago, but today he's 
vocalizing .

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole

2013-05-08 Thread Eben McLane
Must be the rain? A number of returning migrants (Balt. and Orchard O., Wood 
Thrush and Veery, and some warblers) arrived at my house last week, sang 
briefly then fell silent until this morning. Now they're all singing' in the 
rain.
Eben McLane

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Mine, too.  I saw him at the jelly feeder two days ago, but today he's 
vocalizing .

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[cayugabirds-l] Baltimore Oriole - Sapsucker Woods

2010-11-12 Thread France
There's a very nice looking late Baltimore Oriole hanging out with a
flock of Cedar Waxwings in the wetlands along the Wilson Trail near
the Owen's Observation Platform.

Also a very vocal Raven hanging around.


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