I notice that no one has posted it yet today - several of us observed a BLACK-BILLED CUCKOO this morning south of the Sherwood Platform on the Wilson Trail. Dan Lane first called it out, then a couple more, including Kevin McGowan, got on it. The Wilson Trail was rather quiet this morning,
Just to clarify: I did finally find the Sapsucker bittern, but it was yesterday morning, when I posted about it to Cayugabirds. Today I looked briefly in the small pond and in the vegetation along the main pond with no luck, but it may well still be around. Not much else to report from this
I slept with windows open last night because of the days' heat. It was still pretty dark at 4am when I got up for work, but when I neared the window I heard a BLACK-BILLED CUCKOO calling vigorously from my backyard (first yard record!). I think maybe it was replying to my alarm clock, which has a
Thank you to so many who have contacted me off-list. I conclude it wasn't a black-billed cuckoo that I heard, as they haven't returned to our area yet. Many of you had suggestions of what I may have heard, including: Screech-owl Saw-whet owl Chipmunk Frogs Wilson's snipe Wild turkey Out of
Chipmunks love to be in trees!! Even pretty high up. Linda On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 12:36 PM, Marla Coppolino marlacoppol...@gmail.comwrote: Thank you to so many who have contacted me off-list. I conclude it wasn't a black-billed cuckoo that I heard, as they haven't returned to our area yet.
Hi All, I am wondering if anybody on the listserve is consistently hearing a singing (cu-cu-cu) Black-billed Cuckoo in our area. I would like to try to get a high-quality recording of this vocalization from this species to add to the Macaulay Library collection. If you happen to hear this