[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods at noon

2013-10-16 Thread Anne Marie Johnson
Sorry for the late post... I walked on trails on both sides of the road at Sapsucker Woods from 12:15 to 1:00 today. There was a group of WHITE-THROATED SPARROWS near the north feeders, and there were lots of RUBY-CROWNED KINGLETS in several locations. On the east side of the road near the

[cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods at Noon

2012-08-29 Thread bob mcguire
Sapsucker Woods at noon, for me, was rather quiet. At the point where the Wilson Trail north divides I encountered a Red-eyed Vireo and a Blackpoll Warbler. The main pond had several Eastern Kingbirds and a fly-by Green Heron. The rest of the Wilson Trail was quiet. I ran into a small

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods at Noon

2012-08-29 Thread Jay McGowan
I also did not see many migrants in the late morning around Sapsucker Woods. However, on my way out of work this evening around 5:30 I encountered a couple nice flocks, the first an almost completely Oreothlypis-based one of 4+ TENNESSEE WARBLERS (a couple drab adults and a couple bright