[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks and other observations

2019-04-21 Thread Andrew David Miller
This morning while running along Midline Rd there was a small flock of Evening 
Grosbeaks feeding in small fruit trees about 1/10th of a mile past Hunt Hill Rd 
as you head towards Irish Settlement on the left side of the road.  There were 
at least 10 females and 2 stunning males.

Other birds heard or seen in the area of Ringwood and Midline this morning were 
numerous Ruby crowned kinglets, eastern towhees, field sparrows, house wrens 
(new arrivals last night), two pileated woodpeckers, and the usual assortment 
of common birds.

At least three Pine siskens continue to visit our feeders along with our usual 
families of purple finches and goldfinches.  A single red breasted nuthatch 
also remains a constant visitor.  Fox, song, chipping, and white-throated 
sparrows are numerous in numbers at the feeder area.

Cheers-
Andrew Miller



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[cayugabirds-l] Evening GROSBEAKS - Ringwood Rd

2019-01-03 Thread Marie P. Read
27 Evening Grosbeaks at my feeders NOW!
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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks Ringwood Rd

2018-12-29 Thread Marie P. Read
25 Evening Grosbeaks at my feeders, in the ash tree, and drinking from the 
stream in my backyard starting 9am. Still here over an hour later.
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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks in Trumbull's Corners

2018-12-12 Thread Dave Gislason
I had 9 evening grosbeaks at my feeders this morning, the most I've had in 20 
years. If I get any at all, it's only one or two.
Dave

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2018-12-06 Thread Htva Waxwing
I just had 5 EVGB at my tray feeder here at my property just West of 
Mecklenberg on Rt 79. Four females and one male. They shared the tray with 
three MODOs, then flew off on their own accord. I’m going out now to put more 
black oil sunflower in the tray in case they return. 

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks in NE Ithaca, Wed 12/5

2018-12-05 Thread Mark Chao
On Wednesday morning, eight EVENING GROSBEAKS (1 adult male) visited our
yard in northeast Ithaca.   Besides black oil sunflower seeds in our hopper
feeder, they also ate maple seeds and maybe buds or seeds of a couple other
tree species.  Mostly, they just perched quietly in the sunshine.  This is
the first time we’ve ever seen Evening Grosbeaks in our yard in our 17+
years in Ithaca.



Also this morning (9:05 AM), Wesley Hochachka saw at least two female
Evening Grosbeaks in Sapsucker Woods in an ash tree east of the building by
the north-side feeder station, but they flew off somewhere within about a
minute.



eBird shows at least a couple dozen Evening Grosbeak records around
Tompkins County since November 2018, including more than a few this week so
far, including a county high count of 44 (13+ adult males) by Jay McGowan
along Irish Settlement Road a couple of days ago.



Mark Chao

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks!

2018-12-04 Thread Carol Keeler
Finally I had a flock of male and female Evening Grosbeaks here in Auburn!
Unfortunately, a squirrel came and a Coopers Hawk, at the same time and scared 
them off.  I have no idea how long they had been here.  Luckily my camera was 
nearby and I did get a few pics.   I hope they return.  Cooper is still sitting 
in the crabapple tree and watching the feeders.

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2018-12-04 Thread Rachel Lodder
So happy that I got some here at my feeders this morning (in Newfield, near 
Connecticut Hill)! Quite a few of them, I'd guess about 20, and the crabapple 
tree where the feeders are seemed full of them. Unfortunately, they flew off 
rather quickly. Hoping they return.
American Tree Sparrows here too.

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks - Brooktondale

2018-11-01 Thread Melissa Groo
Two Evening Grosbeaks just now visiting my platform feeder on Shindagin
Hollow Rd in Brooktondale! And holding their own against the
not-very-welcoming blue jays and red-belled woodpecker.

Melissa

On Thu, Nov 1, 2018 at 2:35 PM Regi Teasley  wrote:

> The little group of Evening Grosbeaks continues to show up at my feeder on
> West Hill.
> I feel very lucky.
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> On Nov 1, 2018, at 10:30 AM, Marie P. Read  wrote:
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> Two Evening Grosbeaks (male and  female) were on my feeders briefly, and
> are currently (10:30) feeding in the ash tree out front along with several
> Purple Finches.
> (Folks who came yesterday - I checked the tree many times and did NOT see
> them yesterday)
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] EVENING GROSBEAKS - Ringwood Rd

2018-11-01 Thread Regi Teasley
The little group of Evening Grosbeaks continues to show up at my feeder on West 
Hill.
I feel very lucky. 

Regi

Pray for the dead and fight like hell for the living.   Mother Jones

> On Nov 1, 2018, at 10:30 AM, Marie P. Read  wrote:
> 
> Two Evening Grosbeaks (male and  female) were on my feeders briefly, and are 
> currently (10:30) feeding in the ash tree out front along with several Purple 
> Finches.
> (Folks who came yesterday - I checked the tree many times and did NOT see 
> them yesterday)
> 
> Marie
> 
> 
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> 452 Ringwood Road
> Freeville NY  13068 USA
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] EVENING GROSBEAKS - Ringwood Rd

2018-11-01 Thread Dave Nutter
The pair of EVENING GROSBEAKS was present between 11:30am & noon, in the Ash 
Tree on the corner a couple times, but spending more time around the green 
feeder on a pole in the back yard, visible through a mostly bare tree from 
Mineah near the culvert. The feeder is designed for small birds, and it shuts 
off access to the seeds if too much weight is on the perch rail, such as a big, 
scary, voracious Common Grackle or Blue Jay. An Evening Grosbeak does not weigh 
too much. However, they are gregarious. When the male was alone he could feed, 
but when the female fluttered down and he instantly fed her what he already had 
in his bill, he turned back to find there was no more food available. The 
Grosbeaks perch in various places nearby, or on top, and they keep trying the 
feeding perch, which works individually until a Black-capped Chickadee arrives 
to briefly grab a seed. Then the hatch closes, and does not reopen until the 
Grosbeak leaves. So the Evening Grosbeaks are finding seeds in the grass below. 

- - Dave Nutter

> On Nov 1, 2018, at 10:30 AM, Marie P. Read  wrote:
> 
> Two Evening Grosbeaks (male and  female) were on my feeders briefly, and are 
> currently (10:30) feeding in the ash tree out front along with several Purple 
> Finches.
> (Folks who came yesterday - I checked the tree many times and did NOT see 
> them yesterday)
> 
> Marie
> 
> 
> Marie Read Wildlife Photography
> 452 Ringwood Road
> Freeville NY  13068 USA
> 
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RE:[cayugabirds-l] EVENING GROSBEAKS - Ringwood Rd - still here

2018-11-01 Thread Marie P. Read
Still around as of 12:45...mostly on or under the sunflower seed feeder now.

Marie

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Subject: [cayugabirds-l] EVENING GROSBEAKS - Ringwood Rd

Two Evening Grosbeaks (male and  female) were on my feeders briefly, and are 
currently (10:30) feeding in the ash tree out front along with several Purple 
Finches.
(Folks who came yesterday - I checked the tree many times and did NOT see them 
yesterday)

Marie


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[cayugabirds-l] EVENING GROSBEAKS - Ringwood Rd

2018-11-01 Thread Marie P. Read
Two Evening Grosbeaks (male and  female) were on my feeders briefly, and are 
currently (10:30) feeding in the ash tree out front along with several Purple 
Finches.
(Folks who came yesterday - I checked the tree many times and did NOT see them 
yesterday)

Marie


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RE:[cayugabirds-l] EVENING GROSBEAKS NOW! Ringwood Road - They're BAAACK!

2018-10-30 Thread Marie P. Read
5 Evening Grosbeaks feeding in same tree as yesterday. 4 females, 1 male.

Birders welcome...but the birds may not stay long...

M

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There are 5 Evening Grosbeaks feeding on ash seeds on the tree outside my house 
on Ringwood Road NOW!

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RE:[cayugabirds-l] EVENING GROSBEAKS NOW! Ringwood Road - GONE

2018-10-29 Thread Marie P. Read
They flew off to the west, landed on the tree ridge in Ringwood Reserve and 
then took off again toward Mt Pleasant.
The ash tree has loads of seed so maybe they will return...

Marie

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There are 5 Evening Grosbeaks feeding on ash seeds on the tree outside my house 
on Ringwood Road NOW!

Marie


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[cayugabirds-l] EVENING GROSBEAKS NOW! Ringwood Road

2018-10-29 Thread Marie P. Read
There are 5 Evening Grosbeaks feeding on ash seeds on the tree outside my house 
on Ringwood Road NOW!

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks in Newfield, too

2018-10-27 Thread Rick Bonney
We had four Evening Grosbeaks yesterday (Friday) and three this morning 
(Saturday) at our feeders on the edge of Newfield and Van Etten (technically, 
just outside the basin)


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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2018-10-26 Thread Regi Teasley
I have a small flock of Evening Grosbeaks at my feeder .

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks in Brooktondale

2016-11-03 Thread Melissa Groo
Four evening grosbeaks made an appearance at my feeder this morning at
8:30. In Brooktondale, on Shindagin Hollow Road next to the forest. Joy!

Ps. I have a show opening at Mockingbird Paperie on the commons tomorrow
during first Friday gallery night. From 5 to 8, with wine, cheese, and
talented flutist Timothy Larkin playing. If you can't make it, the show is
up through the end of December. And the store carries my cards throughout
the year.

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks: be on lookout

2014-10-26 Thread Matthew A. Young
HI ALL,


Looks like Evening Grosbeaks are starting to show up in CNY. Be on lookout. Yay!


cheers,

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening grosbeaks!

2013-04-21 Thread Laura Stenzler
We have 2 male Evening  Grosbeaks at our feeders this morning! Woo Hoo!  Hunt 
Hull Rd, Dryden 

Laura

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks, Hammond hill

2013-04-13 Thread Jay McGowan
John Confer asked me to post that he and Karen have at least eight EVENING
GROSBEAKS coming to their feeders on the east side of Hammond Hill, just
north of Goetchius. Keep an eye out!

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2013-03-02 Thread Ann Mitchell
There were 16 Evening Grosbeaks at noon today at the Hovel Chalet in Summerhill.

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2013-01-13 Thread Geo Kloppel
Yesterday I added a sunflower hopper out near the road. It took a day for birds 
to begin visiting it. But I've had no sight or sound of Evening Grosbeaks 
today, so for the moment, no joy...

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2013-01-11 Thread Geo Kloppel
Evening Grosbeaks continue this morning. They're not coming to my feeders, but 
hanging out in my neighbor's yard. She has a bigger sunflower operation, but 
it's not visible from the road. I will try to put up a feeder today, within 
sight of the road for the benefit of car birders. Will keep you posted.

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2013-01-10 Thread Geo Kloppel
Out walking the dogs in our West Danby woods earlier this morning, I heard 
Evening Grosbeaks overhead, and now about six of them are coming to the 
sunflower feeder. What a treat!

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Re:[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2013-01-10 Thread Geo Kloppel
My Evening Grosbeaks had a quick snack, then disappeared...

-Geo Kloppel

On Jan 10, 2013, at 9:08 AM, Geo Kloppel geoklop...@gmail.com wrote:

 Out walking the dogs in our West Danby woods earlier this morning, I heard 
 Evening Grosbeaks overhead, and now about six of them are coming to the 
 sunflower feeder. What a treat!
 
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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2012-11-11 Thread Ken
We have had a pair of Evening Grosbeaks visiting our feeders irregularly 
throughout the weekend. Nice to have them in the yard again, hopefully they 
will be joined by more irruptive varieties as the season progresses.

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks in Ellis Hollow

2012-10-23 Thread David Ruppert
We had a small flock of Evening Grosbeaks at our feeder this morning in Ellis 
Hollow.  This is the first time that I have seen them in our yard.

 David Ruppert

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2012-10-21 Thread David
Hi all,

What a treat. We have 9 Evening Grosbeaks at the feeders. One male and 8 
females. 

Good birding,
David McCartt
Tubbs Hill Rd. 
Richford



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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks and more (pics)

2011-02-22 Thread Raghuram Ramanujan

Following Matt Young's reports of Evening Grosbeaks from Shackham Rd. on 
Saturday (thanks Matt!), I made the drive up to Morgan Hill State Forest last 
morning. And sure enough, the birds were exactly where he described. During the 
~2 hours I was there, the feeders hosted ~20 EVENING GROSBEAKS and ~100 COMMON 
REDPOLLS. The light falling snow made up for the flat light.

http://rramanujan.smugmug.com/Birds/Cardinals-Grosbeaks/7409232_mkyFg#1194652602_PNNeX


On the way back, I took a detour via Summerhill. The Hovel Chalet held only the 
common winter feeder birds. Also, the huge redpoll flock that has been reported 
from Fire Ln E on Lake Como Road in the recent past was nowhere to be found 
(though I didn't stick around very long). On Lane Rd in Locke, right next to 
the dairy farm, I found a field that hosted many hundreds of Starlings and ~25 
HORNED LARKS.

http://rramanujan.smugmug.com/Birds/Larks-Swallows/8245552_LKRN8#1193458803_7zipB


And this morning, I decided to use the bright sunny (albeit quite frigid) 
conditions to make the drive up to Aurora/Union Springs to see if I could 
photograph the large waterfowl rafts that were reported over the weekend. On 
Lake Rd in Aurora, I did find one large raft. This picture captures roughly 10% 
of the total raft, and I'd estimate there are ~300 in this picture, which puts 
the raft size at ~3000 REDHEADS. There was also a *much* larger raft in the 
middle of the lake (easily 10k+ birds), visible from various points along the 
shoreline in and around Union Springs, but too far out to photograph. 

http://rramanujan.smugmug.com/Birds/Waterfowl/7409392_5Wsjf#1195817823_hMAM9


All in all, a quite productive 24 hours!

Raghu
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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks in CNY

2011-01-08 Thread grosb...@clarityconnect.com
Hello all,


I had to follow up on a project today, so I searched all the Southern
Highland hotspots for Evening 
Grosbeaks. 

Shackham Rd at the Cortland/Onondaga County line: 30+ EVENING GROSBEAKS and
Common redpolls 
and a few Pine Siskins

Jones Rd  --Cazenovia, Madison County: 40+ EVENING GROSBEAKS and Common
Redpolls.

Paradise Hill Rd -- DeRuyter, Madison County: ~70 EVENING GROSBEAKS and 30
Common Redpolls and 
afew Pine Siskins

Lake Rd -- McDonough, Chenango County: 40+ EVENING GROSBEAKS and Common
Redpolls.

Of course there's a flock of ~25 EVENING GROSBEAKS hanging out on Fillmore
Rd Cayuga County. If 
they aren't at this house they are often just down the hill at the Eaton Rd
feeders --this is also just in 
the basin. 

The only place I struck out was at the feeders in Northwest Corners,
Chenango County. Small flocks of 
5-30 Common Redpolls were present at every feeder station I stopped at
today. 

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks and Redpolls -- Summerhill

2011-01-07 Thread grosb...@clarityconnect.com
Hello all,

THe Hovel Chalet at the corner of Salt Rd and Fillmore Rd Summerhill
reports 20+ EVENING GROSBEAKS 
and 30+ COMMON REDPOLLS.

Cheers,
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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks- Richford

2010-11-08 Thread David McCartt

Hi All,

We just had two female EVENING GROSBEAKS visit our feeders.  We also  
had up to nine PINE SISKINS over the weekend and as I type this a  
GOLDEN-CROWNED KINGLET is moving around the feeder tree just 10' feet  
away!


Good Birding,
David McCartt
Richford

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks- Richford

2010-11-08 Thread Drew Fulton
I had two females at my feeders on Etna road in Ithaca this morning as 
well.  We had 8+ Pine Siskins about a week ago but haven't seen them 
since.  We also have had 4 Fox Sparrows that are feeding on the ground 
under the feeders for the last 3 or 4 days.  I can barely keep the 
feeders full!


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On 11/8/10 7:34 AM, David McCartt wrote:

Hi All,

We just had two female EVENING GROSBEAKS visit our feeders.  We also 
had up to nine PINE SISKINS over the weekend and as I type this a 
GOLDEN-CROWNED KINGLET is moving around the feeder tree just 10' feet 
away!


Good Birding,
David McCartt
Richford

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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2010-11-07 Thread wroberts
We had the good fortune of discovering a pair of Evening Grosbeaks at our 
feeders on Sunday morning;
this is the first visit of Evening Grosbeaks to our feeders in 20 years. What 
a thrill. I'll wait patiently for the 
next eruption. Bill Roberts

Aurora



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[cayugabirds-l] Evening Grosbeaks

2010-10-25 Thread Kevin Cummings
Hi all,

I was surprised and very excited to find a flock of at least 13 EVENING
GROSBEAKS (5 M, 8 F) in our yard on Beam Hill Rd on Sat AM.  They seemed to
split their time between eating at our feeders and feeding in deciduous
trees (mostly beech, I believe).  We have been in this house since Jan of
2002, and this was our first yard sighting.  About half as many were evident
on Sun AM, but I didn't see any today.  Other recent highlights include
several PURPLE FINCHES for the last week or so, as well as a RUFFED GROUSE
on Fri.

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3) http://www.surfbirds.com/birdingmail/Group/Cayugabirds

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

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