[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club Loon Watch

2018-11-08 Thread Wesley W. Blauvelt
Please join me and the Cayuga Bird Club at our annual “Loon Watch” this Saturday, November 10th at 6:20 AM. The event will be held at Taughannock Falls State Park near the entrance of Taughannock Falls Creek into Cayuga Lake. Winds are forecast to be blustery and from the WSW Saturday morning.

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2016-11-12 Thread Dave Nutter
I went to Taughannock this morning. There was a NW breeze, i.e. pretty much aiming along the lake. I watched from 6:40am til 7:50am and saw 120 loons flying south and 20 flying back north again. I was only looking against the sky, not at anything flying below tree level or close to the lake,

[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club Loon Watch

2016-11-08 Thread Wesley W. Blauvelt
Hi All - Just a reminder that I will be leading a Loon Watch at Taughannock Falls State Park this Sunday, November 13, 2016 beginning at 6:20 AM. We will assemble on the south side of Taughannock Creek at its confluence with Cayuga Lake. Depending on the number of participants, we may break

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2015-11-14 Thread Peter
Thanks for the update. Do you foresee any future such gatherings this season? Thanks Pete Saracino On 11/14/2015 7:58 PM, Wesley W. Blauvelt wrote: > With temperatures hovering a few degrees above freezing and winds gusting > from the NW at 20+ knots, conditions seemed perfect for a substantial

[cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club Loon Watch

2015-11-14 Thread Wesley W. Blauvelt
With temperatures hovering a few degrees above freezing and winds gusting from the NW at 20+ knots, conditions seemed perfect for a substantial loon flight this morning. The 20+ Cayuga Bird Club members and observers who arrived at Taughannock State Park around dawn were not disappointed.

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2015-11-14 Thread John Confer
.cornell.edu Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Cayuga Bird Club Loon Watch With temperatures hovering a few degrees above freezing and winds gusting from the NW at 20+ knots, conditions seemed perfect for a substantial loon flight this morning. The 20+ Cayuga Bird Club members and observers who arrived at