[cayugabirds-l] More arrivals

2017-05-03 Thread Donna Lee Scott
Yesterday I saw & heard a male B ORIOLE in my apple tree. Tho i now have put out oranges on tree branches & dish of jelly, have not seen him. Yesterday evening I had 3 male ROSE BR. GROSBEAKS eating sunflower seeds at back yd feeders. Now today i think I have a 4th individual because this guy,

[cayugabirds-l] more arrivals

2016-05-06 Thread John and Sue Gregoire
Shortly after posting yesterday we had competing song from two Wood Thrush! Hummers due today -we'll see. Some are arriving on the 30 year mean date. some have been as much as 2.5 weeks early and a very few have been a few days late. All in all the mean won't move much if at all. -- John and

[cayugabirds-l] more arrivals; no migrants

2013-05-05 Thread Kenneth V. Rosenberg
These strange blue skies and steady warm but light breezes do not seem to be producing any visible migrants on the ground. As others have noted, territorial arrivals continue to trickle in, but many local birds are still missing. An early morning watch at Myer's Point today produced zero birds