Re: [cayugabirds-l] Chippie

2017-04-06 Thread khmo
Here as well at first light. We had a pair claim the multi-seed tube while the remaining Tree Sparrow looked on. John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 On 2017-04-06 15:28, Bill Mcaneny wrote: >

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Hummingbird!!!

2017-07-28 Thread khmo
Our experience has been the same as Kevin's. Love all these grosbeaks and Purple Finch. --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 On 2017-07-27 23:17, Kevin J. McGowan wrote: > I've had

[cayugabirds-l] Gallimule tough love (I hope)

2017-07-06 Thread khmo
At the Van Dyne Spoor wetlands yesterday we observed what seemed vey unusual gallinule behavior. An adult was swimming along up a small channel in the surface weeds while three young were sort of lazing around nearby. A second gallinule was a distance off. Suddenly, the adult accelerated and

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Gallimule tough love (I hope)

2017-07-06 Thread khmo
Hi Anne and thanks for the info. Seems to be such an abundant food year that such would not apply. Marie's comments may be closer to what we observed. Ever get back data on the dead crow we sent to necropsy? We saw but one necropsy report and none of the labs. John --- John and Sue Gregoire

[cayugabirds-l] MNWR highlights today

2017-07-05 Thread khmo
While doing odonate surveys today we had a lovely run of seldom seens. At Tschache we had 2 each of Virginia rail, Dora and Least Bittern. Counted a minimum of 20 Black Tern individuals including three newly fledged birds. Later at the Sandhill Crane unit we had an American Bittern fly across Van

Re: [cayugabirds-l] FW: New post published Meeting on Connecticut Hill Wildlife Management Plan

2017-08-16 Thread khmo
Strongly second John's comments for both the Connecticut Hill plan and for the FLNF. So often a great hue and cry is raised before we understand the process and benefits planned. John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett,

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Migration floodgates to open Tuesday Night-Wednesday night???

2017-05-14 Thread khmo
Certainly did last night here. We added Green Heron, Indigo Bunting, Wood Thrush, Black and White Warbler and Black-billed cuckoo. Looking at our 31 year norms, most of these were 9 days late. On the 11th we had Black-throated Green, Least Flycatcher, Blue-winged Warbler and Red-eyed Video all

[cayugabirds-l] Cold weather behavior by insectivores

2017-05-10 Thread khmo
To add to Laura and Judith's observation we have been watching Barn Swallows desperately beating the brushy banks of ponds attempting to rise insects and getting no more than a very few cluster flies. Tree Swallows doing much of the same but finding a few Black Flies higher up (and around

[cayugabirds-l] Pewee, Alder and Scarlet Tanager

2017-05-17 Thread khmo
Thought this AM would be heavier, after viewing the radar loop, but in addition to the more common species we had our first Eastern Wood Pewee and Alder Flycatcher at around 7 followed by a very loud Scarlet Tanager. New warblers were nil. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Ominous

2017-05-28 Thread khmo
Ellen et al, I'd be happy to hear of lots of hummers in the area but that hasn't been the case this spring. It would seem they are very late as the average arrival is 9 May and this is the first time in 31 years here that we have only see one or two and seldom hanging around. Have refilled the

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Goldfinch Lifespan

2017-05-30 Thread khmo
The eldest are documented at around 9 years. There's no way to compute an average. For this and other longevity questions, this is the most accurate source: https://www.pwrc.usgs.gov/BBL/longevity/Longevity_main.cfm John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Tree swallow

2017-06-17 Thread khmo
We have 17 boxes active, one with bluebirds, two with House Wren, a one with chickadees and the remainder with Tree Swallows. Probably another good year after a 100% occupancy/success rate last year. We believe this is due to effective placement and predator guards that function well. john ---

Re: No birds - Re: [cayugabirds-l] Tree swallow

2017-06-17 Thread khmo
Chris et al, I appreciate your comments and fully agree. We are blessed that after 31 years the restoration work to the sanctuary here has really come to fruition. The creation of multiple water features and habitat niches has proven very successful as has design/placement of nest boxes. The

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Further info Yellow House Finch

2017-05-06 Thread khmo
I'm always amazed at the differences between here and the Ithaca area. Over the years we have encountered very few yellow HOFI, probably less than a handful. Purple Finch yellowish plumes on the other hand were not at all unusual, and as Linda points out, in the drier years. Other differences

Re: [cayugabirds-l] checking, what insect is all about our faces now?

2017-05-02 Thread khmo
Please answer publically as we have also been confused. We believe these local, pesky critters are gnats but black flies are now our in numbers in the ADK. Would love to know how to tell the difference. Our very scientific method is that the gnats bite me but black flies don't while Sue is a

[cayugabirds-l] MNWR Wednesday

2017-05-04 Thread khmo
Started our day of investigating the nooks and cranies of the refuge by observing Dave Nicosia doing his best Jim Cantore imitation while simultaneously wind sheltering, hanging on to his tripod and counting peeps at the visitors center. That's peep dedication! We'll add a few items to his

[cayugabirds-l] Snows and Brant

2017-10-16 Thread khmo
Mid afternoon here and we had two high Vs of Snow Geese going south and one low altitude line of Brant heading East to West (Cayuga to Seneca?). Have seen southbound loons follow that profile at times. Hoping the front induced owls to move tonight. Out 15th year of saw-whets and it has been the

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Bat Detector

2017-09-27 Thread khmo
Bob, when coupled with mist netting, the Anabat is the standard to be compatible with other data. As a stand along without netting it is also the standard. Many others have come along as follows but I know nothing about the new ones. John AnaBat - A Zero-crossing detector only, designed to

[cayugabirds-l] Wonderful drone use

2017-11-28 Thread khmo
We were birding Queen Catharine Marsh a few days ago (very boring) and suddenly heard a noise like a swarm of bees. Looking around and finally up we saw the noisy quadracopter drone that someone was flying up the canal. While I think the footage can be useful, there's an invasion of peace and

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Small number of feeder birds

2017-12-18 Thread khmo
When this was discussed earlier this fall, many of us believed the very rich wild food crops were responsible. We failed to also account for the unusual weather. Together, I believe both factors kept birds north until the turn of weather over the last two weeks. Concomitantly with that shift

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Where are all my feeder birds

2017-10-25 Thread khmo
While I concur with the natural foods theory we are forgetting that at this time of year many of "our" passerines have dispersed or moved southward to some degree. Many of our fall and winter feeder birds are those that have bred in Canada and come south for the winter. While that's just beginning

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Clear cutting under powerlines

2018-06-08 Thread khmo
Sounds familiar. We had this battle with NYSEG several years ago when they were planning to do Rock Cabin Road next to Queen Catharine Marsh. Many meetings and emails later and we managed to stop them from using the aquatic approved version of glyphosate entirely and forged an agreement for them

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Where are the birds?

2018-06-18 Thread khmo
Hi! Over 30years of banding, migration and population study here and we experienced and ever increasing paucity of birds. About 15 years ago I wrote a report citing these losses. While many can be linked to loss of habitat mainly due to factory farming, that didn't account for the lack of song.

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Where are the birds?

2018-06-19 Thread khmo
The current "record" based on banded birds returned to the wild is 8 years 2 months. That said, Nancy may well have been enjoying the progeny of that first pair as their site fidelity is high. John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Where are the birds?

2018-06-20 Thread khmo
Not at all in banding reports which show lower numbers on average in some places, more in others and a healthy bunch of birds. Uniform agreement that weather caused a strange migration with both flyovers and late, if much at all, movers after a blocking front(s). All of this is localized and some

[cayugabirds-l] FOY Rose-breasted Grosbeak, House Wren and Yellow Warbler

2018-05-02 Thread khmo
The wren was here yesterday and this AM we had the first Yellow Warbler arrive and sing a few times. The Grosbeak showed up at the feeders this AM and surprisingly was a female. Up here on the hill we are usually several days later than warmer Ithaca so these were extra special. -- John and Sue

[cayugabirds-l] Snow Buntings and west shore of Cayuga

2018-01-19 Thread khmo
Within two miles of home here in the SW corner of the basin we had three large flocks of buntings, one in excess of 200 birds. Photo on our FB page. Horned Lark flocks nearby were also large. Had a Rough-legged other falcons. At Seybolt and Martin Rds we had a hen Harrier sitting in the field for

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Waterfowl East Shore Park Ithaca and North Mill Pond Union Springs

2018-01-19 Thread khmo
Dave, Do you have an approximate time on your Peregrine?, Location? We were on the other side of the lake when flight after flight of panicky geese cam flying up lake and over land. We were in the vicinity of Dean's Cove when that happened. John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists

[cayugabirds-l] Killdeer

2018-02-21 Thread khmo
In addition to multiple flights of Snows (white and blue) and Canadas last night and today, we had one Killdeer sounding off as he flew overhead. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 --

[cayugabirds-l] foy Chipping Sparrow

2018-04-04 Thread khmo
Mr. American Tree Sparrow, I have the watch. Very well Mr. Chipping Sparrow, I stand relieved! Photo -see my FB page. John -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 -- Cayugabirds-L

[cayugabirds-l] Ruby-crowned Kinglet

2018-04-14 Thread khmo
FOY at our elevation today. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 -- Cayugabirds-L List Info: http://www.NortheastBirding.com/CayugabirdsWELCOME

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Broad-winged hawk

2018-04-22 Thread khmo
We also had Broad-winged overflight this afternoon. --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 On 2018-04-22 19:30, Laura Stenzler wrote: > A broad-winged hawk just flew low over our house

Re: [cayugabirds-l] What a Morning!

2018-04-23 Thread khmo
Overhead here again this morning. Anax Junius (Common Green Darner) and a migrant came in this afternoon along with a Brown Thrasher and Field Sparrow. --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000,

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Missing falconry Red-tailed Hawk

2018-03-20 Thread khmo
Make That Anna Maria. It is a young RT in molt (missing some retrices and others ) which escaped its enclosure. May have returned to point of capture near the Pheasant Farm. Young apprentice falconer is daughter of a friend and obviously very upset. She would be appreciative of any leads. Jesses

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Snow Geese Monday

2018-03-19 Thread khmo
Two other large rafts further south. Interesting that very little was on Seneca as we birded the west side and park at the North end. All the usual hot spots were devoid of waterfowl. --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett,

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Rosebreasted Grosbeak!?!

2018-02-26 Thread khmo
The RB Grosbeak arrival here on a 31 year norm is 2 MAY Colleen, your bird is an over-achiever! John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 On 2018-02-25 22:25, Linda Orkin wrote:

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Woodcock Peenting

2018-02-26 Thread khmo
Wow! The 31 year norm here, just about 2 miles and a bit higher than you, is 3/18 and the earliest was 3/8. Congrats Ken. John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 On 2018-02-25

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Wood-Pewee Images

2018-10-21 Thread khmo
According to Pyle and Sibley and the Bird Banding Lab, one can not safely call a Western on visual. At least two measurements are required. Plumage and bill characteristics can provide some additional help but feather wear, age and known geographic variations make such a call iffy at best without

[cayugabirds-l] Red Crossbill

2018-11-06 Thread khmo
A single male hatch year Red Crossbill appeared at the feeders as we were having lunch today. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 -- Cayugabirds-L List Info:

Re: [cayugabirds-l] No hummers or house sparrows

2018-09-03 Thread khmo
That's odd Fritzie as we are currently experiencing both local young of the year and dispersing birds, young and adult migrants. A casual estimate here is a dozen or more right now. We do have lots of pollinator friendly blooms right now as well. John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field

[cayugabirds-l] Brant Study

2019-01-20 Thread khmo
Last year, DEC kicked-off a five-year Atlantic brant migration and breeding ecology study [1]with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the Canadian Wildlife Service. Crews began marking brant with geolocators attached to red and white plastic-colored leg bands, which have a

[cayugabirds-l] Schuyler CBC

2018-12-12 Thread khmo
Just had word that the Schuyler Cty CBC will be Sat Dec. 29th. Dave or Bob, would you please pass to Reuben. He called asking a few weeks ago and I don't have his contact info but believe he monitors this listserv when able. Sign up contact remains Jack Brubaker at 607-535-2356. John -- John

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Suet question

2018-12-16 Thread khmo
Not at all sure but think the beef kidney suet we buy locally is a bit better than the stuff that goes into suet cake manufacture. As that comes by the tanker load from slaughter houses and probably contains other than kidney fat. --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven

[cayugabirds-l] EVGR

2018-11-27 Thread khmo
A single young male Evening grosbeak at the feeder this AM. The first here in decades. We banded them routinely in the late 80s. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 -- Cayugabirds-L

[cayugabirds-l] FOS American Tree Sparrow

2018-11-21 Thread khmo
Had our first two visit the feeders today. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 -- Cayugabirds-L List Info: http://www.NortheastBirding.com/CayugabirdsWELCOME

[cayugabirds-l] Red-winged Blackbird

2019-01-28 Thread khmo
Had a single adult male at the feeders yesterday. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 "Create and Conserve Habitat" -- Cayugabirds-L List Info:

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Horned grebe correction

2019-03-30 Thread khmo
We had two just OOB to the NW this morning and both in transitional plumage. --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 "Create and Conserve Habitat" On 2019-03-30 18:35, Donna Lee Scott

[cayugabirds-l] Hermit Thrush

2019-04-07 Thread khmo
FOY here this morning. That's a full two weeks early on our 33 year norm. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 "Create and Conserve Habitat" -- Cayugabirds-L List Info:

[cayugabirds-l] Re: [cayugabirds-l] They're back—Ospreys on Cayuga Lake!

2019-03-17 Thread khmo
Indeed troubling Candace although just those few data points, arrival date appears to be accelerating. As a longer term look, when we were working Osprey and eagles in the Chesapeake, the arrival date for Osprey on the Patuxent River (our few successful nests in the 70s) was St Paddy's Day. That's

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Rose breasted grosbeak, etc.

2019-03-14 Thread khmo
Larry, That is early! The average date here based on a 33 year norm is 5/02 and the earliest was 4/25. Congrats. --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 "Create and Conserve Habitat" On

[cayugabirds-l] Common Grackle (COGR)

2019-02-19 Thread khmo
Our first of year Common Grackle strutted out under the feeders a few hours ago. A single bird and the 34th yard species this year. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 "Create and

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Question

2019-02-01 Thread khmo
Sorry Carol, that response was to another's question which somehow became crossed by our email. I agree with Mark's response. John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 "Create and

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Question

2019-02-01 Thread khmo
I mis-spoke as this is an advanced Second year bird showing adult plumes but a youngster's eye. My guess he was born in 2017. Now that he is a third year the eye should go red come spring. John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd

[cayugabirds-l] Snow Buntings

2019-02-02 Thread khmo
While out for a hike this morning we had a huge flock of Snow Buntings overfly us on Fitzgerald Rd from North to South. They covered about 50 yards wide by a good minute plus in coming over in a densely packed formation. Five hundred at least, perhaps closer to a thousand. A lovely sight and they

[cayugabirds-l] Ruby-crowned Kinglet

2019-04-14 Thread khmo
We had our FOY Saturday morning here, a very perky male. Radar through Sunday AM looks like we were descended upon! Hope the rain hold off for a bit as there should be many new birds. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY

Re: [cayugabirds-l] [nysbirds-l] Dryden, NY - Hammond Hill State Forest Birding: Few Birds

2019-06-25 Thread khmo
Dave, Chris I believe one has to look further than two years and at efforts that use the same methodology and criteria over long time periods for an accurate estimate. The American Bird Conservancy and the Bird Banding Laboratory are perhaps the best sources as are some of the long term banding

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Dryden, NY - Hammond Hill State Forest Birding: Few Birds

2019-06-23 Thread khmo
Chris, We have noted a continuous decrease in numbers banded, seen and heard over the last 33 years. What species do come in and sing do so for a shorter and shorter period. We believe it is a factor of ever lower number of migrants with the concomitant decrease in territorial marking and defense.

[cayugabirds-l] WIFL

2019-05-19 Thread khmo
As predicted by Dave Nicosia we had a nice. vocal Willow Flycatcher today. Either that Willow or an Alder was here yesterday. As both nest here we called that one a Trail's as it didn't call. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd

[cayugabirds-l] AMBI

2019-05-16 Thread khmo
This morning as we approached the wildlife pond in our NW field we put up a large bird. First immediate thought was another Green Heron as they nest and hunt here. It spread its wings and was much too large and then landed on the dike and immediately went into the Nothing to See Here -just a reed

[cayugabirds-l] FOY Licoln's Sparrow

2019-04-30 Thread khmo
We had a Lincoln's Sparrow here this morning. Twas the first since we ceased passerine banding in the fall of 2012. -- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 "Create and Conserve Habitat" --

[cayugabirds-l] New arrivals early AM 5/07/2019

2019-05-07 Thread khmo
Nexrad was right on this AM when we checked around the sanctuary and added Blackburnian. Black-throated Green and Bay Breasted Warblers as well as Red-eyed Vireo and an Eastern Wood Pewee. The quince are now in full bloom much to the delight of the Orioles that have ben here for several days

[cayugabirds-l] Blue-winged warbler

2019-05-04 Thread khmo
Our feeders are so loaded with Pine Siskins, Purple Finch, Rose-breasted Grosbeaks, Red-breasted Nuthatch,White Throats, Chippies and others that it almost feels like the ADK. Yesterday morning we had a singing Blue-winged Warbler among the new arrivals. The BWWAs have been breeders here for many

Re: [cayugabirds-l] [nysbirds-l] Dryden, NY - Hammond Hill State Forest Birding: Few Birds

2019-06-26 Thread khmo
Comments in caps. Appreciate your input. John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 "Create and Conserve Habitat" On 2019-06-26 12:02, David Nicosia wrote: > John/Chris, > > I

Re: [cayugabirds-l] [nysbirds-l] Dryden, NY - Hammond Hill State Forest Birding: Few Birds

2019-06-26 Thread khmo
Good thought although DDT was still very prevalent in countries where "our' birds winter...and still is in some. We have also added so many new chemicals that are known to cause problems or highly suspected. There are so many variables in this problem. The joy is in seeing the tremendous upsurge

[cayugabirds-l] Yellow-throated Warblers

2019-04-25 Thread khmo
Further to earlier comments, the species does seem to be surging northward. Birder friends in NYC have reported them from Central Park and in every one of the borroughs! Interestingly the migrant Anax Junius (Common Green Darner) was just reported from NYC yesterday, a good two weeks after our

Re: [cayugabirds-l] Kestrels, Mt. Pleasant

2019-08-16 Thread khmo
American Kestrel migration is in progress. There is anecdotal information that they coincide with dragonfly migration, especially the Common Green Darner and Black Saddlebags ( Anax junius and Tramea lacerate; other species migrate as well). With kestrels, not all migrate but they do disperse. The

[cayugabirds-l] Radar discussion re Alicia's question snd Dave's response

2019-09-15 Thread khmo
Saw the post earlier and then we went out to encounter numerous Monarchs, Painted Ladies and other butterflies. We wonder if some of those returns might have been of butterfly movement. The general area up here is covered with the above species. The Painteds came along in large numbers today

Re: [cayugabirds-l] anyone love trying to identify bird nests from photos?

2019-07-20 Thread khmo
Laurie, please advise them that the collection of bird parts including nests and feathers is prohibited by law unless you have state and federal permits. John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000,

Re: [cayugabirds-l] anyone love trying to identify bird nests from photos?

2019-07-21 Thread khmo
Hi Glenn, Wow! Hard to believe the sheriff would not act but I see that level of enforcement in Schuyler as well. The tried and true response is to call the State Police. In your case, your local DEC ECO would have been the one to call as they enforce wildlife laws, shooting within 500 ft of an

Re: [cayugabirds-l] bird nests

2019-07-21 Thread khmo
Magnus, Responses in text. Thanks for asking, John --- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 "Create and Conserve Habitat" On 2019-07-20 21:39, Magnus Fiskesjo wrote: > Follow-up query:

Fwd: Re: [cayugabirds-l] [nysbirds-l] Fwd: News Alert: North America has lost 29% of its birds since 1970, study finds. Experts blame habitat loss, pesticides, light pollution and cats.

2019-09-20 Thread khmo
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