[cayugabirds-l] Rough legged hawk @ east hill

2021-03-07 Thread Suan Yong
This morning at 9am there was a rough legged hawk hovering and hunting near the 
corner of Ellis Hollow and Game Farm roads. It was accompanied by a second 
buteo, presumably a redtail. I stopped briefly to snap some photos en route to 
an appointment.

At 10:30 on the way back from the appointment only a redtail (or possibly two, 
one adult and one juv) was there.

This is the first rough leg I've seen in several years.

Suan
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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk

2021-01-25 Thread Donna Lee Scott
There’s a rainbow ring in clouds around the sun & I just got a couple good 
looks at my FOY ROUGH LEGGED HAWK at top of Lansing Station Rd by rt. 34B.
It flew south.

Good bird day at home down by lake, including male bluebird, carolina wren, 
female pileated woodpecker at suet & many of the usual feeder birds!

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Lansing
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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk

2021-01-21 Thread Ann Mitchell
Linda and I saw one on Mt. Pleasant Road near the Observatory. It would use the 
tree near there to perch looking for food. When it flew the underwings were 
very light.

Ann

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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk

2020-12-19 Thread Suzanne Gervais
Has anyone seen a rough legged hawk around the corner of rte 366 and Forest 
Home? I believe I just saw one but am uncertain if that is what it was. Pretty 
whitish underneath as it flies over with a belly patch and pretty dark back 
when perched. Definitively not a red tail. Looked smaller. It looked to me 
pretty much like the pictures of rough legged hawk on the Merlin app. I 
followed it for a while. It kept flying on and off, looking down, from the 
above mentioned corner to above the field on game farm and back to Forest Home. 
It also was cognizant of my watching it.


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[cayugabirds-l] Rough Legged Hawk

2019-12-11 Thread Marty Schlabach
There was a Rough Legged Hawk on Center Road, Ovid, near CR 129, about 3pm 
today.

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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged hawk W and E of Warren at Cherry la today 2 Feb 19

2019-02-02 Thread AB Clark
At approximately 1430, a rough-legged hawk was hunting the field that makes up 
the SW quadrat of Cherry La x Warren Rd. It sat watching from trees on N side 
of Cherry la, then (disturbed by my stopping car) it moved a bit W along 
Cherry, then East to sit on airport fencing along Warren’s E edge, S of Cherry 
La intersection.  

Sitting or in flight, there seemed to be lots of white patches.  Mostly though 
salt frosted windows, I managed to get some REALLY bad pictures that confirmed 
a bright light patch on brow and possibly around throat. Quite a distinctive 
head.

Anne
  
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[cayugabirds-l] Rough legged hawk ithaca airport

2019-01-16 Thread Chris R. Pelkie
About 3 pm big beautiful ROUGH-LEGGED HAWK soaring over field north of 
borgwarner and NW of runway. Sorry for late post... I was driving at the time.

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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk

2018-01-15 Thread Laurie Roe
Driving home from skiing I saw a Rough-legged Hawk hovering off and on over
fields on Connecticut Hill Road..lovely end to that outing. Laurie

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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk

2016-02-17 Thread Sandy Wold
Seen flying over Wegmans parking lot 3:30pm flying east.  I reported one a
few months ago in this area, slightly south of Wegmans and flying in the
same direction.

There was a second hawk sitting in a tree nearby the inlet, where I was
standing.  It sat with its back to me, and I could not make out what it
was.  It had a very dark back with a small gold patch on each shoulder, and
it was Red-tailed Hawk-size.

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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk flyover Wegmans

2016-02-17 Thread Sandy
About 3:30pm today. Close views then it spiraled up and away toward six mile 
creek. A second hawk was in a tree nearby. Couldn't make out what kind it was. 
It had two golden patches on a dark brown back side. Two flocks of crows flew 
by about 30min. later. I counted about 60. 

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[cayugabirds-l] Rough Legged Hawk in Brooktondale

2016-01-22 Thread Tom Hoebbel
We have a rough legged hawk circling our fields on Burns Rd in
Brooktondale.  It is the first I have seen here in about 3 years.


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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Rough legged hawk

2016-01-19 Thread Geo Kloppel
Everything on the east side of Potomac Road in the vicinity of Searsburg Road 
is in the Cayuga basin. The west side is more ambiguous, though there is 
clearly some basin territory over there too. See the Town of Hector map:

http://www.schuylercounty.us/DocumentCenter/View/622

-Geo

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> On Jan 19, 2016, at 12:22 PM, David Diaz  wrote:
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> Saw a light morph rough-legged hawk flying over fields along Potomac and 
> Searsburg Road (FLNF). Is this within the basin?
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Rough legged hawk

2016-01-19 Thread Dave Nutter
Looking at Google Maps terrain feature, which has some too lines as well as 
creeks, and comparing that to the aerial view to show field v forest, it 
appears that the divide is west of Potomac Rd about halfway between Potomac Rd 
and the west edge of the field along Searsburg Rd. The Interloken Trail appears 
to be close to or on the divide where it crosses Searsburg Rd. So, most of 
those fields are in the Cayuga Lake Basin along both sides of Potomac, but the 
western extreme along Searsburg is out. 
—Dave Nutter
> On Jan 19, 2016, at 12:45 PM, Geo Kloppel  wrote:
> 
> Everything on the east side of Potomac Road in the vicinity of Searsburg Road 
> is in the Cayuga basin. The west side is more ambiguous, though there is 
> clearly some basin territory over there too. See the Town of Hector map:
> 
> http://www.schuylercounty.us/DocumentCenter/View/622
> 
> -Geo
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>> On Jan 19, 2016, at 12:22 PM, David Diaz  wrote:
>> 
>> Saw a light morph rough-legged hawk flying over fields along Potomac and 
>> Searsburg Road (FLNF). Is this within the basin?
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[cayugabirds-l] Rough legged hawk

2016-01-19 Thread David Diaz
Saw a light morph rough-legged hawk flying over fields along Potomac and 
Searsburg Road (FLNF). Is this within the basin?

David Diaz
Tburg, NY
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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk

2016-01-09 Thread Diane Morton
Rough-legged hawk at Scofield Road 10:40 am

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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk

2015-12-14 Thread John and Sue Gregoire
Had our first of season RLHA here today. It was a beautiful dark morph. Later 
in the
day while birding some fields we enjoyed adult female and adult male (gray 
ghost)
harriers hunting. Not sure which are more majestic flyers, harriers or TVs.
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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk-Dryden area

2015-01-30 Thread Anne Clark
At 840 am, spectacularly beautiful light morph Rough-legged Hawk sailing 
through snowflakes going WSW across Ferguson Road, just where it leaves Irish 
Settlement road and continues E to Dryden. 

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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk

2014-12-11 Thread bob mcguire
While out plowing the driveway this morning, I had a dark morph Rough-Legged 
Hawk cruise the fields. It's the first one I've seen here in years (Snyder Hill 
Rd). Winter must be here!

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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk-Slaterville

2014-11-19 Thread John Confer
And more hawks

A rough-legged hawk flew by the western edge of Slaterville Springs 
crossing Rt 79.

John Confer

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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk

2014-03-18 Thread Meena Madhav Haribal
I just looked out of my window to see a very low flying Rough-legged hawk (dark 
phase). This one headed towards lab of O direction.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk Dark Phase

2014-03-04 Thread Jeff Gerbracht
Dark Rough-legs are one of my favorite birds and I've noticed there seem to
be more around this year.  I took a quick look at my eBird sightings for
these and in addition to the one on Burdick Hill, I've seen dark birds
multiple times at Freese Rd, Mt Pleasant, Midline Rd. and along Buffalo Rd
in Caroline.   Most recently, there were two on my drive to the lab this
morning, one along Freese and one on Mt Pleasant.
 Great winter to be out looking for hawks,
Jeff


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 I've been looking for ROUGH-LEGGED HAWKS on Burdick Hill Road ever since
 Mark Chao saw them there in mid-February and I occasionally see a light
 phase one flying over the field sitting in a tree on the south side of the
 road as he described. Today as I drove by at 2: 35 PM, I did a double take.
 The Rough-legged sitting in the tree today was definitely a dark-phase.
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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk Dark Phase

2014-03-03 Thread Candace Cornell
I've been looking for ROUGH-LEGGED HAWKS on Burdick Hill Road ever since
Mark Chao saw them there in mid-February and I occasionally see a light
phase one flying over the field sitting in a tree on the south side of the
road as he described. Today as I drove by at 2: 35 PM, I did a double take.
The Rough-legged sitting in the tree today was definitely a dark-phase.
Candace

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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk

2012-12-24 Thread Anne Marie Johnson
A Rough-legged Hawk just circled fairly high overhead. It was circling as 
if trying to gain altitude. After circling a few times it headed due south 
and disappeared.


I haven't seen the Common Redpoll here since Saturday. It must have joined 
up with one of the flocks around. And I think all the goldfinches being 
crowded out of other people's feeders by redpolls have come here. The 
goldfinch flock grew to 65 yesterday! And I had 22 Mourning Doves.


Merry Christmas!

Anne Marie Johnson
Caroline


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[cayugabirds-l] rough-legged hawk

2011-09-29 Thread B Mcaneny
Seen about 3pm on the east side of Cayuga View Rd about 100 yds from Rte 89 
near Trumansburg.  Flew up to a nearby tree branch as my car approached, so I 
got a good look (no binox) at its dark back and tail and the striking white 
slash across the base of the primaries.  When it flew further away, it launched 
downward from the tree branch, giving a good look at its underwings.  Here the 
clear white was more extensive and it was the most obvious feature.  I did not 
notice the belly or wrist patches before the bird tipped up again in haste to 
depart.  It was large, about the size of a red-tail.

Bill McAneny, TBurg
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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged Hawk in Caroline

2010-12-14 Thread Anne Marie Johnson
This morning a Rough-legged Hawk was hovering over the horse pastures on 
Central Chapel Road in Caroline, just south of the intersection with 
Boiceville Road. There were two raptors, but I could only get a good look 
at one of them.


Anne Marie Johnson
Caroline


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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged hawk

2010-02-20 Thread Susan Fast
On a windy walk late yesterday morning in Brooktondale, I came upon what l
was sure was an early turkey vulture-long wings (a bit narrow, though);
long, straight tail; very dark above and below; pronounced dihedral to
wings; and the characteristic rocking motion.  As it flew over me, the head
didn't seem right, however; then it drifted over a nearby field and began
hover-hunting which gave it away as a very dark morph ROUGH-LEGGED HAWK, the
first I've seen in the area this winter.

 

Steve Fast

Brooktondale


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[cayugabirds-l] Rough-legged hawk near Sandbank Road

2010-01-20 Thread Lindsay Goodloe
   Here’s another sighting of a ROUGH-LEGGED HAWK near the intersection of 
Sandbank and W. King Roads.  This one was a light-phase individual that flew 
almost directly over my car at 11:45 this morning as I was driving north on W. 
King toward Upper Buttermilk State Park about 1/4 mile north of the 
intersection of Sandbank and W. King.  It flew in a more or less westerly 
direction over the open field adjacent to this section of W. King.  I turned 
around around and drove back toward and down Sandbank Road but was unable to 
relocate the bird.

Lindsay Goodloe

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