[cayugabirds-l] Golden-crowned Kinglet

2018-04-01 Thread Sheila Ann Dean
Having moved to a new house in the woods, a distance from the road, I hung
feeders up a few weeks ago. Birds have been gradually discovering them. I
saw this Kinglet today and my notes tell me I saw one at my old house, a
few miles up the road, on this very same day (April 1) in 2007.

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[cayugabirds-l] Golden-crowned Kinglet

2014-11-13 Thread Paul Schmitt
I was out trying to photograph wild turkeys in a friends woods just south
of Corning. Among the small birds was a golden-crowned kinglet.  It was so
close, 3 feet, that I could not focus on it. I watched it probe the small
branches on the hemlock I was next to.   I heard a few seep voices above,
so I suspect there was at least on other.  Isn't this very late to be
seeing these?

No luck on the turkeys, so this softened my disappointment on the turkeys.

Paul Schmitt

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Golden-crowned Kinglet

2014-11-13 Thread Asher Hockett
I often get them on the Xmas bird count.

On Thu, Nov 13, 2014 at 2:35 PM, Paul Schmitt pschmi...@gmail.com wrote:

 I was out trying to photograph wild turkeys in a friends woods just south
 of Corning. Among the small birds was a golden-crowned kinglet.  It was so
 close, 3 feet, that I could not focus on it. I watched it probe the small
 branches on the hemlock I was next to.   I heard a few seep voices above,
 so I suspect there was at least on other.  Isn't this very late to be
 seeing these?

 No luck on the turkeys, so this softened my disappointment on the turkeys.

 Paul Schmitt
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[cayugabirds-l] Golden-crowned kinglet

2011-03-30 Thread Karen Steffy
Yesterday morning, I had a very good look at what I was pretty sure was a 
Golden-Crowned Kinglet.  It seemed early, though, so I started second-guessing 
myself.  This morning, I was putting it up to one of those mystery birds that 
never get identified.

With a little bit of research help from my dad, Bob Anderson (Hi dad!), I did 
find that for the past few years, there have been Kinglets reported on January 
1.  This Kinglet was very cooperative, flitting around a shrub on Hurd Rd., at 
eye height for a good thirty seconds or so.  I was able to see the yellow on 
the top of the head before it flew off.  I guess I'd better stop 
second-guessing myself!


Karen



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