[cayugabirds-l] Short eared owls

2020-11-13 Thread Peter Saracino
2 Owls on Johnson Rd. In Phelps Township tonight around 5:05 pm.
Pete Saracino

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[cayugabirds-l] Short eared owls

2019-01-14 Thread Karen Edelstein
Last night, Joe Wetmore and I watched 5 short-eared owls plying the fields
on both sides of Lake Road leading west from Long Point Winery, just south
of Aurora. We spotted the first one around 5 pm. So graceful, and the white
of their wings flashing brilliantly.

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[cayugabirds-l] Short Eared Owls

2018-03-20 Thread Donna Lee Scott
At Long Point winery above East side Cayuga Lake yesterday evening. Friend Bill 
& I saw one close by in field off Lg Pt Rd bouncing around in tall grass - 
taking short flights over grass then landing again, several times. It stood 
tall in grass looking around giving good binoc views of its face.

Then after sunset when owl flew away, down towards grape arbor, & out of sight, 
 I pulled car off Rt 90 just below winery & the other brew house & was 
delighted to see 2 S E Owls sitting in 2 different small deciduous trees, 
silhouetted in the orangey fading sunset!

That big field is where Sarah Blodgett saw one flying right over her Sunday 
evening.

Donna Scott
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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls in Seneca Falls

2018-01-15 Thread Chris Lajewski
I found four SHORT-EARED OWLS hunting the fields near the Seybolt/Airport Rd. 
intersection in Seneca Falls on Sat. Jan. 13 at 5 pm.
Chris LajewskiCenter DirectorMontezuma Audubon Center2295 State Route 89, 
Savannah, NY 13146315-365-3588http://NY.Audubon.org/montezuma 
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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared owls

2016-02-07 Thread Karen Edelstein
On our way back from Montezuma this afternoon, Joe Wetmore and I took a
quick detour down Lake Rd towards Long Point Winery to look for short-eared
owls. Caught a quick glimpse, I believe, of Laura Stenzler, but no owls. It
was getting late, so we headed back south on Rt 90. Almost immediately
after making the turn onto the main road, Joe spotted the short-eared owls
in the farm fields on the east side of 90. Not the greatest place to pull
over, but in the quickly waning light, I was able watch one flap across the
field just below the tree-line.

Other highlights included a lot of common goldeneyes seen from the Wells
boathouse, distant views of a large raft of snow geese mid-lake, and at
Montezuma, a harrier and a bald eagle at Tschache Pool, another harrier at
Mays Point Pool, as well as some entertaining muskrats swimming among the
many lodges at Mays.

A great little adventure. The only disappointment was that the Wildlife
Drive was not open. Perhaps I misunderstood that it would be open from
another post on the listerv. Quite the relaxing and beautiful afternoon.

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[cayugabirds-l] Short eared owls

2016-01-24 Thread M & K Mannella
Two short-eared owls were hunting on the west side of Townsendville Road near 
9554–9558 Townsendville Rd. I think this is considered to be Trumansburg on the 
map. This was about 5:30 this evening. 

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[cayugabirds-l] SHORT-EARED OWLS

2015-02-21 Thread Jill Vaughan
Inspired by Donna's report of Rick's owl sightings on Scofield Road, and
(perhaps) by the PBS Nature Show on Owls, a friend and I returned for the
third time this Winter in hopes of an owl display.  We arrived at 5:40,
when there was still plenty of sun, and our first SHORT-EARED OWL swooped
toward us from the field on the east of the road, prompting Sue to comment,
I was just face to face with an owl!  It was not long before two others
were also swooping across the field, and one settled into the Sumac bush
(east side, not far from the northern end of the road) giving us amazing
views (what an array of colors on the bird) for several minutes.We watched
them as they flew, swooped, (sometimes) landed on the ground, then perched
on different bushes in the area, including two near the buildings.  We were
there for a little over half an hour, and had at least two owls in view the
whole time.  Someone in another car said she had just seen another on a
telephone pole where Buck Road and Van Ostrand intersect.  Venus and the
Crescent Moon on the drive back were a bonus.

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[cayugabirds-l] SHORT-EARED OWLS

2015-01-15 Thread Jill Vaughan
A group of us watched four (unless that fourth one doubled back unnoticed
to join the other three) of the Scofield Road  SHORT-EARED OWLS just after
 sunset yesterday (Wednesday).  They spent most of their time over the
western side of the large field located to the west of the road. It was
great to have young, enthusiastic birders enjoying the show.

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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls

2015-01-11 Thread Birding
4 SEOW intersection scoffield and buck 5 pm

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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls

2015-01-08 Thread Ann Mitchell
From the Long Point Winery on Lake Road, Steve Fast and I saw three
Short-eared Owls, the first one seen at 4:45 (that was when we arrived
there) flying north of the road. We saw two on the south side. The owner of
the winery told me he has recently seen 5 or 6 there. It was t cold
to search for more.
Good birding,
Ann

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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls

2014-12-20 Thread Jay McGowan
At least three cooperative SHORT-EARED OWLS are currently around the
Buck/Scofield intersection in Lansing.

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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls and other raptors at Lake Rd. 12/12

2014-12-12 Thread John Confer
Bob and Joan Horn, Karen and John Confer


Indian Farm Rd: 1 Red-tailed Hawk, junco, tree Spa, and Horned Larks


Poplar Ridge Rd; accipiter and probable N. Harrier


Lake Rd/Long Point Winery: from ~~3:00-3:45 and primarily west or toward 
lake from winery, 1 male Am. Kestrel, 1 light phase Rough-legged Hawk attacking 
a Red-tailed Hawk, 1 imm. N. Harrier (seemed very large and probably female), 
(and wait for it) 2 Short-eared Owls around road from ~3:15 to 3:45.


For John, this was the sixth visit to the Long Point Winery area in the 
last two years and the first time seeing SEOWs.  Bob and Joan have seen four at 
a time and we compromised between my jinx and their good luck and got great 
views of 2.


Goo raptoring

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[cayugabirds-l] Short eared owls

2014-12-12 Thread Marty Schlabach
Mary Jean and I had two Short eared owls near the intersection of Rock River Rd 
and Wycoff Rd in Ovid, about 4:45pm today.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Short eared owls

2014-12-12 Thread Tom
I saw one in the wing at about 1530 today, over fields just south of Aurora off 
NYS Rte 90.  I and others have seen SEOs there many times in the past over the 
years.

Has anyone seen them recently near the Evergreen Cemetery W of NYS 34B on the 
Levana Road in
Scipio?

Tom V
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 Mary Jean and I had two Short eared owls near the intersection of Rock River 
 Rd and Wycoff Rd in Ovid, about 4:45pm today.
  
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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls

2014-12-07 Thread Ann Mitchell
The owner of the Long Point Winery said he has seen 4 Short-eared Owls there. 
They were first seen a couple days ago. Bob, Dave, and I saw 2 or 3 starting 
around 4:35. 
Good Birding, Ann

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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls at Van Dyne Spoor

2014-04-24 Thread Dave Nutter
About 5:30pm today (Thursday 24 April) Ann Mitchell  I were on Van Dyne Spoor 
Rd when I noticed a SHORT-EARED OWL flying north toward us over the middle of 
the flooded marsh. It then proceeded to hunt along either side of the ditch 
which runs along the north side of the road. We had prolonged excellent views 
in broad daylight as we stood outside the car. Several times the owl came past 
us as it hunted, and several times it pounced in the grass, but without 
success. After it moved beyond us we continued driving east, and passed it when 
it perched atop a small tree. A few minutes later as we went west again, we 
again passed a SHORT-EARED OWL. Then we were confused because we saw a 
SHORT-EARED OWL hunting ahead of us. Indeed there were TWO giving us great 
looks while they hunted the same strip of land. At one point one of them 
pounced and stayed down, apparently successful, but remained visible to us. 
This was one of the best looks at the species I've had and a surprise this late 
in the season. I considered whether they were here to breed, but this did not 
seem to be a pair becaus both appeared to be males, with white (not ochre) 
bellies. We did not scan similar habitat to look for additonal owls. They were 
still present when we left a few minutes after 6pm.

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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls - Ithaca Airport

2014-03-10 Thread John Confer





Two Short-eared Owls flying inside chain link fence at about 7:20 Sunday 
evening. First spotted by Bob, eagle eye, McGuire who was still sitting inside 
a car after all the rest of us had gotten out of three different cars and did 
not notice anything. And the moral is ... ?

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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls

2014-03-08 Thread Joseph Brin
My wife and I observed 2 SHORT-EARED OWLS at about 5:00 this afternoon from the 
Potato Building in the muck lands along Rt. 31. I scanned north with no success 
but immediately found two looking due south. I'm not certain but I feel a 
better place to see them would be from East Road but we did not try.

Joseph Brin
Baldwinsville, N.Y.
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[cayugabirds-l] short eared owls in ovid

2014-01-25 Thread Marty Schlabach
Mary Jean and I saw two short eared owls in Ovid, on Center Rd, near to and 
just east of County Road 129, about 5:20pm today.  Drove several other roads in 
the area as well, but didn't see any at other locations or any snowy owls.

Marty

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[cayugabirds-l] short-eared owls @ Morgan Road

2013-03-09 Thread cl...@juno.com
Finally made it up to Morgan Road today on the way home from Oswego. About 18 
folks were gathered to view the possible evening's flight. After several 
distant possibilities and half the group leaving for Carncross Road, we headed 
to our car where the 90-degree angle of the buildings funneled in the 
distinctive bark of hunting owls. The remnant of 6 birders quickly relocated 
and were treated to an up close fly-by and several minutes of watching two owls 
flit back and forth over the field. 
Many thanks to my husband for his last look and listen, which alerted us to the 
owls.
Colleen Richards 

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] short-eared owls @ Morgan Road

2013-03-09 Thread Brad Walker
Hi all,

After these first few owls flew by the buildings on Morgan Road (they didn't 
come out until about 5:45), Scott Haber, Susan Newman and I  decided to head 
down to the distant birds near Carncross Road, where we could see birds 
fighting with each other and perching from afar.

When we arrived at Carncross Road, we found a close bird flying by over the 
newly constructed bridge, headed back towards Morgan Road. (This may have been 
the bird that Colleen saw at about the same time). We also had a distant bird 
near the treeline to the Northeast and a very close and cooperative bird 
hunting back and forth over the berm just to the north of the road, for a total 
of 6 birds in the immediate area. Such beautiful birds!!


- Brad 

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On Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 9:44 PM, cl...@juno.com wrote:

 Finally made it up to Morgan Road today on the way home from Oswego. About 18 
 folks were gathered to view the possible evening's flight. After several 
 distant possibilities and half the group leaving for Carncross Road, we 
 headed to our car where the 90-degree angle of the buildings funneled in the 
 distinctive bark of hunting owls. The remnant of 6 birders quickly relocated 
 and were treated to an up close fly-by and several minutes of watching two 
 owls flit back and forth over the field. 
 Many thanks to my husband for his last look and listen, which alerted us to 
 the owls.
 Colleen Richards 
 
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] short-eared owls @ Morgan Road

2013-03-09 Thread Scott Haber
As part of the group that relocated to Carncross Rd. this evening where we
had excellent looks at three Short-eared Owls, I should note that the
distant possibilities that Colleen referred to were indeed distant
Short-eared Owls. They were quite far out and we tried to help many in the
large group get visuals on them, but they were constantly in view towards
the direction of Carncross, which is why we ended up heading that way.

Best,
Scott

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 Finally made it up to Morgan Road today on the way home from Oswego. About
 18 folks were gathered to view the possible evening's flight. After several
 distant possibilities and half the group leaving for Carncross Road, we
 headed to our car where the 90-degree angle of the buildings funneled in
 the distinctive bark of hunting owls. The remnant of 6 birders quickly
 relocated and were treated to an up close fly-by and several minutes of
 watching two owls flit back and forth over the field.
 Many thanks to my husband for his last look and listen, which alerted us
 to the owls.
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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls again

2013-02-24 Thread Jay McGowan
The Short-eared Owls at Morgan Road put on another nice show for people
tonight, appearing about 5:15 and hunting in some of the close fields, as
well as occasionally sitting up in the trees and poles on the dikes. At
least seven were visible tonight, as well as two Rough-legged Hawks. After
leaving a little before 6:00, Livia and I decided to check East Road, where
we were rewarded by a distant Short-eared Owl flying high over
Knox-Marsellus to the Mucklands, then three MORE Short-eared Owls hunting
along the grassy area between East Road and Knox-Marsellus, offering great
views from the overlook on East Road. They seem to be in a lot of places
this year!

Not too much else to report from a snowy day around the lake. Waterfowl are
concentrated at Harris Park and north of the railroad bridge at the north
end of Cayuga Lake. Nothing out of the ordinary but lots of birds.

Good birding,
-Jay

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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls

2013-02-21 Thread Ann Mitchell
Dave and I did go to Morgan Road today. We got there about 5:15 and were
immediately rewarded with 5 Short-eared Owls.  Dave counted a total of ten
owls and saw two successfully  with voles.  Apparently, there are many
rodents in the fields for them to feast on.  The Audubon Educator was there
surveying the owls.  He said they came out today at 4:45.
Good Birding,
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[cayugabirds-l] Short-Eared Owls

2013-01-11 Thread Ann Mitchell
Gary and I scoured the Ovid area for SHORT-EARED OWLS, but Usually if
you see Northern Harriers, you see Short-eared Owls. There were none of
either species. There was lots of corn in the fields. I think the owls like
hay better.  The search is on.
Good Birding,
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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls, Cayuga Co.

2012-02-03 Thread mwitmer
3:20-3:30 pm today, three Short-eared Owls were foraging over weedy field to 
west of rt.
90, about 0.25 
mi. n. of jct. Lake Ridge Rd. (Triangle). REally nice views.   
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[cayugabirds-l] short-eared owls in Ovid

2012-01-20 Thread Marty Schlabach
Mary Jean called me 3 times today, all in the neighborhood of 5pm.  First she 
and Emma, our 3 year old granddaughter, saw 3 short-eared owls on Wycoff Rd 
just west of Rock River Rd.  Then minutes later 2 owls on Wycoff Rd just east 
of Rock River Rd, followed by 1 near the intersection of Wycoff Rd and Hall Rd.

These are essentially the first sightings of the season in that area where 
we've been regularly seeing them in recent years.  We and several others have 
checked the area numerous times over the last couple of months without any 
sightings.  Could there be a correlation between the arrival of winter and the 
arrival of the short-ears?

Marty

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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls

2011-12-08 Thread Ann Mitchell
Hi All,
Yesterday, Gary Kohlenberg and I went to Rafferty Road to scout for SE
Owls.  Rafferty Road was pretty much plowed and was dirt. We drove around
the area, but still no good grassland for the bird. We did find 6 Pheasants
though.  We road down to the diner, but no luck, then back up to the field
across from Rafferty Road on Rte 90.  No luck.

Today we went to Scofield Road in Lansing, but didn't get there until 4:45
P.M. We had great looks at a playful Ermine. Finally, before darkness
overtook us, a SE Owl appeared.  There might be more than one owl, but it
just became too dark to see much.  Good luck if you go there.
Best, Ann

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls

2011-12-08 Thread Linda Orkin
Have a great club trip on Saturday. Knowing you, it will be and I know the SE 
Owls know it too and will obey. I wish I could come. 

Linda 

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 8, 2011, at 7:09 PM, Ann Mitchell annmitchel...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi All,
 Yesterday, Gary Kohlenberg and I went to Rafferty Road to scout for SE Owls.  
 Rafferty Road was pretty much plowed and was dirt. We drove around the area, 
 but still no good grassland for the bird. We did find 6 Pheasants though.  We 
 road down to the diner, but no luck, then back up to the field across from 
 Rafferty Road on Rte 90.  No luck.
 
 Today we went to Scofield Road in Lansing, but didn't get there until 4:45 
 P.M. We had great looks at a playful Ermine. Finally, before darkness 
 overtook us, a SE Owl appeared.  There might be more than one owl, but it 
 just became too dark to see much.  Good luck if you go there.
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[cayugabirds-l] short-eared owls in Ovid

2011-03-11 Thread Marty Schlabach
Mary Jean and I saw two short-eared owls along Wycoff Rd in Ovid this evening 
between 6:15 and 6:45pm.  We didn't see any near Center Rd. and Co Rd. 129.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Short eared Owls?

2011-01-23 Thread Ann Mitchell
Really nice!  Ann

On Sun, Jan 23, 2011 at 3:53 PM, Candace Cornell cec...@gmail.com wrote:

 My husband and I went to Rafferty and Dixon Roads near Aurora on the 17th
 and 21st at 16:30-17:15 and saw no owls or harriers. Both days were cold and
 snowy yet the visibility was adequate in the fading light.

 A *Short-eared Owl* flew by our car, however, on Asbury Road near
 Triphammer Road at 16:40 yesterday. It was flying about 6-7 ft. off the
 ground towards us and quite close to the road when we passed each other.
 Since I was the passenger and it was on my side of the road, I had an
 exceptional yet fleeting view of this handsome owl. Having only seen them in
 rural, agricultural areas, I was taken aback by seeing one in a residential
 locality.

 This Short-eared Owl encounter made my day.

  Candace


  On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 9:07 AM, Bard Prentiss prenti...@frontiernet.net
  wrote:

 Hi,
 Anyone seeing Short eared Owls? at Rafferty Road, Center Road etc.?
 Bird Hard,
  Bard

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RE: [cayugabirds-l] Short eared Owls?

2011-01-23 Thread Susan Fast
Bard,

 

Susie   I stopped at Rafferty Rd. (King Ferry area) late this afternoon and
saw 3 SHORT-EARED OWLS.  All were easily seen from the road, near the red
barn.  The first appeared at 1729, the other two, a minute later.  We
watched them for 10 minutes until the light faded.  One was on the south
side of the road, the other 2 on the north.  The latter 2 had a brief
encounter and we heard 1 screechy-hiss.  We saw nothing at Dixon Rd.;
probably too much snow.  Also on Rafferty was 1 AMER. KESTREL.

 

S.  S. Fast

Brooktondale

 

  _  

From: bounce-7679766-9286...@list.cornell.edu
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Sent: Saturday, January 22, 2011 9:07 AM
To: CAYUGABIRDS
Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Short eared Owls?

 

Hi,

Anyone seeing Short eared Owls? at Rafferty Road, Center Road etc.?
Bird Hard,

Bard

 

Bard Prentiss

P O Box 283

Dryden, NY 13053

607-844-4691

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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls - Ovid

2011-01-23 Thread M K Mannella
I've been seeing, very regularly, 3 short-eared owls on Wycoff Road in Ovid.
This evening, however, there were 4. These owls are quite vocal and it is a
real treat to see them and hear them.  Wycoff Road is between Hall Road and
Rock River.  Park on Wycoff, just east of Rock River, and look east. The
owls rise up from behind the Beardsley farm on Rock River cross back and
forth across Wycoff, often perching on a fence post. Those of you may
remember the farm from the owl trip two years ago--they come back every
year.

Michele
Ovid/Interlaken

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[cayugabirds-l] Short eared Owls?

2011-01-22 Thread Bard Prentiss
Hi,
Anyone seeing Short eared Owls? at Rafferty Road, Center Road etc.?
Bird Hard,
Bard

Bard Prentiss
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Dryden, NY 13053
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RE: [cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls

2010-12-10 Thread Jane Graves
Chuck Gibson reported 3 SEOW from the Wilgoose Grassland after Bob talked with 
him.

Jane


-Original Message-
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Sent: Thu 12/9/2010 7:21 PM
To: cayugabirdlist
Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls
 
After lunch I continued to the northern Montezuma complex in search of  
raptors and owls. Van Dyne Spoor Road has been plowed to where the  
woods end and the fields open up. From there I walked east, watching  
for shrikes and owls. At 2:50 the first Short-eared Owl glided in from  
the NE and perched on top of one of the electric poles. A scan out  
across the field produced a second SHEAOW on one of the saplings.

 From there I drove down East Road, stopping briefly at the Knox- 
Marcellus overlook. Two Short-eared Owls were foraging over the field/ 
marsh.

Next stop was on Rt 89 just south of Goose Haven. Jim Eckler, who I  
had run into on VD Spoor Rd, mentioned a recent sighting of several  
SHEAOW there. Chuck Gibson was manning a scope along the road and  
reported no owls yet (about 3:30).

My last stop was the new Seneca Meadows Wetland Preserve north of  
Seneca Falls. Two Red-tailed Hawks were visible from the parking lot,  
and an American Kestrel flew over as I walked south. From the southern  
platform I watched two Short-eared Owls fly back and forth over the  
meadows and eventually perch in a large, lone oak (4:00). After awhile  
one of the Red-tails flew in and dislodged the owls who then continued  
foraging while emitting an occasional soft bark call.

Bob McGuire



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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls

2010-12-09 Thread bob mcguire
After lunch I continued to the northern Montezuma complex in search of  
raptors and owls. Van Dyne Spoor Road has been plowed to where the  
woods end and the fields open up. From there I walked east, watching  
for shrikes and owls. At 2:50 the first Short-eared Owl glided in from  
the NE and perched on top of one of the electric poles. A scan out  
across the field produced a second SHEAOW on one of the saplings.


From there I drove down East Road, stopping briefly at the Knox- 
Marcellus overlook. Two Short-eared Owls were foraging over the field/ 
marsh.


Next stop was on Rt 89 just south of Goose Haven. Jim Eckler, who I  
had run into on VD Spoor Rd, mentioned a recent sighting of several  
SHEAOW there. Chuck Gibson was manning a scope along the road and  
reported no owls yet (about 3:30).


My last stop was the new Seneca Meadows Wetland Preserve north of  
Seneca Falls. Two Red-tailed Hawks were visible from the parking lot,  
and an American Kestrel flew over as I walked south. From the southern  
platform I watched two Short-eared Owls fly back and forth over the  
meadows and eventually perch in a large, lone oak (4:00). After awhile  
one of the Red-tails flew in and dislodged the owls who then continued  
foraging while emitting an occasional soft bark call.


Bob McGuire



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[cayugabirds-l] Short-eared Owls/harrier

2010-02-25 Thread Michele Mannella
We watched 3 short-eared owls and one norther harrier on Rock River 
Road last night around 5:30. One owl gave a sat for a long pose on a 
fence post - the light was perfect to see the color differences of 
the neck and face while he turned his head about, even with no 
binoculars!


Michele
Interlaken/Ovid
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[cayugabirds-l] short eared owls-- Ovid

2010-02-19 Thread Marty Schlabach
Drove along Rock River Rd in Ovid this evening about 6pm and saw two short 
eared owls over the fields just north of the Beardsley farm, which is on the 
northeast corner of the intersection of Rock River Rd. and Wycoff Rd.  Light 
was getting low and I first saw one flying fairly near the road, and while 
following it with the binos as it meandered further and further from the road, 
a second one came into view.

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2) http://birdingonthe.net/mailinglists/CAYU.html
3) http://www.surfbirds.com/birdingmail/Group/Cayugabirds

Please submit your observations to eBird:
http://ebird.org/content/ebird/

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