[cayugabirds-l] FOY birds in Newfield

2020-05-01 Thread Laura J. Heisey
This morning I have my FOY Rose-breasted Grosbeak, House Wren and Blue-headed 
Vireo in the yard and woods-edges.

Hummingbird feeder and oranges are out but not visited yet.

Laura
Newfield

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[cayugabirds-l] FOY birds

2020-04-08 Thread Laura Stenzler
Hi all,
 Today on our property on Hunt Hill Rd.  we had our first of year (FOY) 
chipping and fox sparrows as well as northern flicker. Plus, there has been a 
pair of hooded mergansers on our pond all day. We think the female has chosen 
the owl/duck box that is hanging over our driveway as her nest site. We hope so!
   Laura

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[cayugabirds-l] FOY birds

2019-04-30 Thread Leigh Stivers
Had my FOY Wood Thrush this morning (at least 2 individuals) and FOY Oven
Bird!
Nice birdy morning!

Leigh

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[cayugabirds-l] FOY birds (for me, at least)

2015-05-03 Thread Liisa S. Mobley
FOY Osprey yard bird - one just flew nearby by my yard (giles st in Ithaca) 
going towards Six Mile Creek.  Saw others at Salt Point and Myer's earlier, and 
a couple around the Ithaca area in recent days, but this is the first time this 
year I've seen the one (more than one?) that frequents my neighborhood.  
Gray Catbird made a noisy return to my backyard today, enjoying the birdbath.  
Yellow-rumped warbler at Salt Point in lansing.  Indigo Bunting female on wire, 
also at Salt Point - drab brown bird, with pale throat and bunting bill - 
didn't recognize it at first, but fit the descriptions of drabbest bird (but 
beautiful in its own way!)

OOB - well, way, way out of basin, but a couple of weeks ago I was at the Grand 
Canyon, and saw a California Condor as Steve and I hiked up the Bright Angel 
Trail :-). Very close in, tagged on both wings, but I couldn't read the tags.  
Soared nearby for a couple of minutes.  Of course, my camera was in my pack, 
but I savored the sight with my binoculars.  Snapped a couple of pictures with 
the phone before it disappeared into the distance.  Definitely a lifer.
-liisa

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[cayugabirds-l] FOY Birds

2015-05-03 Thread bob mcguire
While recording Brown Thrasher in the FLNF this morning (pre-dawn), heard my 
first VEERY singing.

CHIMNEY SWIFTS (50) were in the air at the corner of N Tioga  Court Streets, 
Ithaca. There was also a MERLIN calling intermittently to the NE of that 
corner. I suspect there may be a nest in a tall spruce there.

A WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW is currently foraging under our feeder.

Bob McGuire
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