[cayugabirds-l] feeder birds

2021-04-06 Thread Colleen Richards
We have multiple feeders outside our kitchen windows, including a 1' x 2' 
windowsill extension platform. In the past hour, chickadees, junco, cardinals, 
song and fox sparrows, blue jay, mourning doves, white-breasted nuthatch, and a 
male red-winged blackbird have all sat just outside my window to eat. The 
goldfinches, house finches, starling, downy, and robin prefer the other feeders 
or mealworms on the ground. Colleen Richards 


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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Feeder birds

2018-11-13 Thread Regi Teasley
Why isn’t there much wild food?

Thanks,
Regi



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> On Nov 13, 2018, at 2:34 PM, Bard Prentiss  wrote:
> 
> Two Fridays ago Matt Young 
> stoped by for a visit. In the course of our chatting he mentioned that unlike 
> last year this’ll be a good year for feeder birds since there isn’t much wild 
> food. WOW was he right. In the last few days my feeders in Dryden village 
> have been visited by countless   Chickadees tufted tit mice. Downey and Harry 
> wood peckers small flocks of pine Siskins and. Gold finches. Several each of 
> white and red breasted nuthatches pairs of Carolina wren bousefinch and red 
> belly woodpeckers several morning doves and probably a lot more that slips my 
> mind. Some year. 
> Waiting for evening and blue grosbeaks. 
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[cayugabirds-l] Feeder birds

2018-11-13 Thread Bard Prentiss
Two Fridays ago Matt Young 
stoped by for a visit. In the course of our chatting he mentioned that unlike 
last year this’ll be a good year for feeder birds since there isn’t much wild 
food. WOW was he right. In the last few days my feeders in Dryden village have 
been visited by countless   Chickadees tufted tit mice. Downey and Harry wood 
peckers small flocks of pine Siskins and. Gold finches. Several each of white 
and red breasted nuthatches pairs of Carolina wren bousefinch and red belly 
woodpeckers several morning doves and probably a lot more that slips my mind. 
Some year. 
Waiting for evening and blue grosbeaks. 

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Bard 
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[cayugabirds-l] feeder birds

2018-03-22 Thread Asher Hockett
Continuing at our feeders are a small flock of Purple Finches, both sexes,
consuming black oil sunflower seeds, and a half dozen Pine Siskins on the
niger socks. This in addition to the goldfinches and juncos and doves in
profusion along with a few chickadees, nuthatches, and titmice.

Red-bellied, downy, hairy, and a lone female Pileated Woodpecker are eating
suet. The neighborhood ravens are getting talkative.

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[cayugabirds-l] feeder birds

2017-12-15 Thread Bard Prentiss

Hi all,
I have a mature white throated sparrow , perhaps 2 or  3  almost constantly at 
my feeder . Last year an immature one spent the winter with me. Also unusual 
for me I have several immature common grackles eating me out of house and home.

Bard


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27 East Main Street
Dryden, NY 13053
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Feeder birds

2017-03-15 Thread John Confer
On southern end of Hammond Hill, four Fox Sparrow seen at once at our feeder, 
but no White-throats nor Song. Several dozen junco, but fewer goldfinch than in 
recent past. Over 100 b'birds: mostly red-wings, several grackles, 1 cowbird, 
and a few starlings


Sitting at the window in this weather beats going out to watch starving birds.


John



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I have a song sparrow as well Dave.along with 2 white throats (of
different flavors) along with lots of blackbirds (red wings, grackles,
starlings) and a female cardinal eating suet!!

Stay warm all. Can Spring be far away?
Pete Sar


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> I, too, did some feeder-watching this afternoon. I was hoping for a Fox 
> Sparrow, a species which I saw in my yard a few years back during a late 
> heavy snowstorm. My hopes were raised briefly by what turned out to be a Song 
> Sparrow, which eventually fed on a suet/seed block, a behavior I hadn't seen 
> before. I guess that bird must innovate to stay fed.
>
> I also saw an Icterid which I expected to be a local Red-winged Blackbird, 
> since they have been in the area and even sung from my yard, where they nest. 
> Instead it turned out to be a Rusty Blackbird, a new species for my yard, 
> although there is a bit of woods and wetland adjacent. I think it was 
> visiting feeders at my neighbor's.
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Feeder birds

2017-03-15 Thread Peter
I have a song sparrow as well Dave.along with 2 white throats (of 
different flavors) along with lots of blackbirds (red wings, grackles, 
starlings) and a female cardinal eating suet!!


Stay warm all. Can Spring be far away?
Pete Sar


On 3/14/2017 10:30 PM, Dave Nutter wrote:

I, too, did some feeder-watching this afternoon. I was hoping for a Fox 
Sparrow, a species which I saw in my yard a few years back during a late heavy 
snowstorm. My hopes were raised briefly by what turned out to be a Song 
Sparrow, which eventually fed on a suet/seed block, a behavior I hadn't seen 
before. I guess that bird must innovate to stay fed.

I also saw an Icterid which I expected to be a local Red-winged Blackbird, 
since they have been in the area and even sung from my yard, where they nest. 
Instead it turned out to be a Rusty Blackbird, a new species for my yard, 
although there is a bit of woods and wetland adjacent. I think it was visiting 
feeders at my neighbor's.

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[cayugabirds-l] Feeder birds

2017-03-14 Thread Dave Nutter
I, too, did some feeder-watching this afternoon. I was hoping for a Fox 
Sparrow, a species which I saw in my yard a few years back during a late heavy 
snowstorm. My hopes were raised briefly by what turned out to be a Song 
Sparrow, which eventually fed on a suet/seed block, a behavior I hadn't seen 
before. I guess that bird must innovate to stay fed. 

I also saw an Icterid which I expected to be a local Red-winged Blackbird, 
since they have been in the area and even sung from my yard, where they nest. 
Instead it turned out to be a Rusty Blackbird, a new species for my yard, 
although there is a bit of woods and wetland adjacent. I think it was visiting 
feeders at my neighbor's. 

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[cayugabirds-l] feeder birds

2016-03-19 Thread AB Clark
Just outside of the Basin, Hile School Road:

Since Thursday 17 March, only two rather than a dozen American Tree Sparrows 
have visited my feeders. They are here this morning, and one just did 
“crest-up" at the other, which kept crest feathers flat—I assume two males.  

This morning 19 Mar, the White-crowned Sparrow adult, I assume the same one 
that has been here for weeks, again showed up to confirm his continued 
presence.  Also a definite female Red-winged Blackbird came to the feeder area 
where about a dozen males in various stages of maturity are feeding.  

Larger Tree Sparrow flocks (12 or so) were still around in hedgerows on 
Thursday, however; they just didn’t zero in on my feeders.

Tuesday last week (15 Mar) was the first day I confirmed females in a flock of 
Red-winged Blackbirds along Hile School Road. 

And the maple tree on the NW side of the house is blooming strongly today.  

Anne


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[cayugabirds-l] Feeder birds

2012-12-27 Thread Carol Keeler
One advantage to this weather is that it brings in the birds to the feeders.  
I've had more of my regulars than usual.  I now have 4 pairs of Cardinals which 
stay all day.  I counted 10 Tree Sparrows, 6 Juncos, and about 15 House 
Finches.  There are many Goldfinches, Tufted Titmice, Chickadees, Mourning 
Doves, and unfortunately House Sparrows.  I also spotted a lone Song Sparrow 
which is now wishing it migrated.   I occasionally see 3 Redpolls.  The huge 
group of Siskins that I had in late fall have not returned, nor have the 
Evening Grosbeaks which stopped by for a moment.   I have an occasional Blue 
Jay and WB Nuthatch too.  Then there are the woodpeckers , Downy, Hairy, and 
Red Bellied. There's also a Red Tail Hawk that hangs out, out back.  I haven't 
seen the Cooper's Hawk, but from the bird's behavior at times, I'm sure it's 
around.   It's been a very birdy couple of days.
Carol Keeler

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[cayugabirds-l] Feeder Birds Yellow-rumped Warbler

2012-01-05 Thread bilbaker
I should have posted this yesterdayWe had a Yellow-rumped Warbler at
one of our feeders late yesterday (1/4) AM. Unfortunately we are outside of
the Christmas count circle.It was seen once,  and flew when (I'm
assuming) it noticed my movement in the house. I have not seen it again today.

Today we have had a rather pugnacious Brown-headed Cowbird around that was
assertive enough to chase 2 Blue Jays from a picnic table I had put seed
on. Both times it leveled itself out, spread it's wings part way and
charged the Jay,  which flew off to a branch nearby. 

Bill
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[cayugabirds-l] feeder birds

2012-01-03 Thread joe Diana
 Hi Everyone,
 A cold and snowy day made for great feeder watching. Birds today included 4 
Downy Woodpeckers, 1 Hairy Woodpecker, 1 Red-bellied Woodpecker, 1 
White-breasted Nuthatch, 1 Titmouse,  5 Juncos,  2 Goldfinch, 5 Chickadees, 1 
White-throated Sparrow,  3 American Tree Sparrows, and  2 Cardinals.  I  also 
had a Coopers Hawk make a brief visit.
Diana
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[cayugabirds-l] Feeder birds: Baltimore Oriole, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, and Siskins

2011-05-04 Thread Candace Cornell
*This morning at 6:30 am., I saw our first backyard male Baltimore Oriole
five years. It was competing for suet with a male Rose-breasted Grosbeak, of
which I’ve had a small flock for several days. I’ve put out lots of string,
twine, and grape vine strips for the birds to nest with and hope the oriole
nests nearby. Between 15-20 Pine Siskins have also been here for several
weeks, intermingling with the flock 60-72+ American Goldfinch. (I usually
have a goldfinch for every available nyjer seed feeder perch.)*

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[cayugabirds-l] Feeder Birds

2011-01-15 Thread david olmstead
Today's list in Newfield includes:  Carolina Wren, Common Redpolls
(lots!!!), Brown Creeper.


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Re: [cayugabirds-l] feeder birds

2010-12-20 Thread Stephanie Greenwood
That's funny - I had 14 Mourning Doves under my feeders this morning, 
which is 10 more than usual. Are they having a local convention?

Stephanie Greenwood
West Hill

On 12/20/10 10:13 AM, Nancy W Dickinson wrote:
 Unusual birds at our feeders this weekend included a White-crowned 
 Sparrow, a Grackle, and a ridiculous number of Mourning Doves-- 28 at 
 last count.

 Nancy Dickinson
 Mecklenburg

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[cayugabirds-l] Feeder birds- Richford

2010-11-15 Thread David McCartt
Hi All,

This past weekend marked the beginning of my 10th year of participation in 
Project Feeder Watch http://www.birds.cornell.edu/pfw/index.html so I thought 
I'd share my list.

COOPER'S HAWK  1
Mourning Dove  1
Red-bellied Woodpecker  1 (new regular visitor since this past winter)
Downy Woodpecker  2
Hairy Woodpecker  3
Blue Jay  6
American Crow  2
Black-capped Chickadee  14
Tufted Titmouse  2
Red-breasted Nuthatch  2
White-breasted Nuthatch  2
European Starling  7
Dark-eyed Junco  5
Northern Cardinal  2
House Finch  8
American Goldfinch  7
EVENING GROSBEAK  5  (2 females, 3 males)

Unfortunately, it seems the Pine Siskins we had for at least 5 consecutive days 
moved out last Wednesday.  Evening Grosbeaks appeared again for a few hours 
yesterday and we had two females this morning.  Still haven't seen any American 
Tree Sparrows.

In case you're wondering, we have 3 tube feeders, 1 hopper feeder, and 2 niger 
seed socks setup.

Good birding,
David McCartt
Tubbs Hill Rd.
Richford

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[cayugabirds-l] feeder birds

2010-10-18 Thread joe Diana

 Hi,

 I had a visit from a Rose-breasted Grosbeak and a single Pine Siskin  
at the feeder in the past two days. I also phished in a group of House  
Finches.  Maybe not too exciting except to me, because they came!  
Diana Whiting


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Re: [cayugabirds-l] feeder birds

2010-10-18 Thread Stephanie Greenwood
 Please don't tell me that you don't have any European House 
Sparrows...I have a flock of 20 that are driving me and my other feeder 
birds nuts. What to do what to do? Never thought I'd wish I owned a gun

Stephanie

On 10/18/10 5:54 PM, joe  Diana wrote:

 Hi,

 I had a visit from a Rose-breasted Grosbeak and a single Pine Siskin 
at the feeder in the past two days. I also phished in a group of House 
Finches.  Maybe not too exciting except to me, because they came! 
Diana Whiting


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[cayugabirds-l] feeder birds

2010-02-21 Thread bilbaker
Aside from the usually expected winter species I had a BROWN-HEADED COWBIRD
show up at my feeders this morning.  The EVENING GROSBEAK is still hanging
around,  and gave Shannon goods looks at a life bird for her this morning.

Bill
Baker

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