Hi Nari, I live off of Ellis Hollow Road (on Hartwood) and I have a pair of pileateds (and occasionally their offspring) that eat at our suet feeders several times a day, starting in May. They tend to disappear in late August and then we don't see them for the entire winter. I've always
I was absolutely elated this morning to hear a bluebird singing lustily from the top perch of my feeder station. That's the first bluebird I've ever seen in my yard in the four years I've been living in Ellis Hollow. And as I watched, it flew off to investigate out one of my bluebird houses.
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Yesterday afternoon while I was gardening I heard a strange, intermittent squawking. I knew it was a bird I had never heard in my yard, but couldn’t identify it. I walked around under my trees with my binoculars, until I saw what appeared to be a heron perched in my maple tree, which abuts a
I birdied Monkey Run tonight, May 13, from about 6-7:15 p.m. It was a lovely evening, and the trails were full of birds. The highlights were a veery pair and a flock of warblers, including yellow, yellow-rumped, and a very cooperative black-throated blue (male). Great crested flycatcher,
I’m contemplating a trip to Howland Island tomorrow, but have never been before and am wondering if anyone has any tips. Are there specific routes that are better for birders? Do you recommend a driving loop or walking? Thanks for any insights you can offer. Best, Sandra Babcock Ithaca --
With the helpful guidance of many of you who responded to my query, I was able to bird Howland Island on Thursday, after a stop to see the prothonotary warbler at Armitage Road (a lifer! Yay!). I did not see the same numbers of warblers that had been reported a few days earlier (no Cape Mays,
Hi all, I’m hoping someone can tell me where to locate the prothonotary nest box. I am on Armitage road just past the iron bridge. Thanks in advance for your help! Best, Sandra Sandra Babcock Sent from my I-phone -- Cayugabirds-L List Info:
Every time I run on East Hill Way, I've been really delighted to hear a northern mockingbird going through its amazing repertoire of songs. I've heard him singing since April, so he must be nesting. He seems to hang out on East Hill Way just as it meets Maple Ave, near the horse pasture.