Wow, I love this listserve and learn so much from it! This Robin behavior observed explains why I feel like a local Robin has been dive-bombing me every morning I walk out into my back yard (downtown Ithaca). She must have babies nearby. She had a nest nearby last year which was attacked by
I saw an announcement earlier this week but cannot find it. I'd greatly appreciate it if someone could repost or send to me? Thank you! * * * * * * * * * *Don't ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come ALIVE, for what the world needs is people who have come ALIVE. - Dr. Howard
Anyone have a pair of used binoculars for sale? I would like to find a lightweight pair with easy focus and quality. I'd also love to have brand suggestions for buying one online. Thank you! * * * * * * * * * *Don't ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come ALIVE, for what the world
Here is what a bird biologist friend from Argentina and I saw today at Montezuma. I put an * next to ones we were not 100% sure about. Visitor Center/View from Observation Tower KILLDEER, GULLS (not sure what kind), 5 BALD EAGLES, NORTHERN HARRIER, TURKEY VULTURE, RED-TAIL HAWK Larue's Lagoon
Hey all, When you post a sighting, it would be greatly appreciated if you could specify the area in which you saw your bird as many of us may not know where you live. I don't need your personal address, just perhaps an intersection or landmark is enough. Thank you for your postings! Sandy * *
I am working on some art projects and would appreciate any you don't want or need any more. I can pick up at potluck tonight or any bird meeting or GreenStar. I live downtown. Thank you! Sandy * * * * * * * * * *Don't ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come ALIVE, for what the world
My fingers were so cold I forgot to type the location earlier this afternoon when I was at Game Farm Road and the Compost today from 3:30-4:30. It seemed like raptor-ville; so I thought I would post. Someone suggested I was looking at Short-eared Owls, which I had never seen before. (Thanks,
Today after the storm clouds parted around 3pm, the sun came out and Cayuga Lake at Stewart Park was glorious, and may still be! Can anyone verify the following birds at Stewart Park? They were in the far eastern corner and then some of them moved westward. 1 Red-throated Loon in winter plumage?