Got this from a friend who lives on Bluff Point, Yates Co., NY
Subject: Robin Mystery
So hear's a mystery. Yesterday morning I went out the entry door and found one
robin egg sitting in the corner on the stones of the patio. By
I've seen chipmunks and outdoor cats collect bird eggs from nests and move
them. Not sure if that is what is happening here, but it might be.
Jody W. Enck, PhD
Conservation Social Scientist, and
Founder of the Sister Bird Club Network
On Thu, May 7, 2020 at 7:18 AM Charles Rouse
Forecasting Bird Migration with Weather Radar and Models
Nigel Dyson-Hudson near the Lindsay-Parsons Biodiversity Preserve, West Danby,
Just thought some people might be interested in this webinar on birds and
On Behalf Of WNY PRISM
Sent: Thursday, May 7, 2020 10:49 AM
Subject: WNY PRISM Webinar Series
At the end of my wanderings for errands this morning, I checked out Stewart
Park where to my delight four Purple Martins were on and flying around the
martin house set up by the Cayuga Bird Club. Love their bold songs!
Marie Read Wildlife Photography
452 Ringwood Road
Freeville NY 13068
Hi folks- one correction to my recent post about the cerulean warbler and
waterthrush on Armitage Rd. I saw the cerulean on the WAYNE county [north]
side of the road.
Sorry for any confusion.
Cayugabirds-L List Info:
Cerulean warbler today on Armitage Rd. Seneca County Side (north side) of
road - west side of one lane bridge - very near current location of the
prothonatory nest box.
Also there is a northern waterthrush on both sides of Armitage Rd. (I heard
one and heard and saw the other) around the same
I haven’t rechecked today but the swallow species distribution has shifted as
of yesterday, Wed May 6: more Barn Swallows but also 2-3 Cliff Swallows,
looking a different shape, no tail streamers and with distinct light rumps
clearly seen. At least one Rough-winged Swallow was still there,
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Saturday's weather is looking
downright awful. We are looking at a record breaking cold air mass with
strong northwest winds and temperatures mainly in the 30s most of the day.
In addition, there will be off and on snow/rain showers which will reduce
I had two Prothonotary warblers moving North from 867 Taughannock Blvd just
30-40 minutes ago. They're moving north along the edge of the lake in
between 89 and the lake. If anyone's interested I'd recommend walking
slowly up the edge of the road and keeping an eye out for yellow. They
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