[cayugabirds-l] West side Ravens

2019-10-28 Thread Nancy Cusumano
I don't know h ow often you all see Ravens. We have a family up here, see them pretty much daily so I forget how uncommon they are for most. The local pair fledged 4 young this year. We see them singly or in pairs regularly and today one landed in the field across the street, where he was almost

[cayugabirds-l] West side of the lake field trip

2019-09-30 Thread Ken Haas
HI everyone! Please join me, Ken Haas, on Sunday, October 6th, for a half-day field trip on the west side of the lake. We'll meet at the Ithaca Children’s Garden at 8:00 am (near the big turtle) to car pool and will return around 12:30 pm. While there, we’ll walk up the Black Diamond trail for

[cayugabirds-l] West side Harriers

2018-03-25 Thread Nancy Cusumano
For a week or so, Steve and I have been seeing a Norther Harrier almost every afternoon when we walk the dogs, no matter which direction we walk, and I saw one one afternoon looking for snow geese towards Rt 96. We are on Dubois Rd and walk the Dubois/Albrechston/Krums Corners area. We had

[cayugabirds-l] West side of lake trip - YES

2018-03-03 Thread Ken Haas
HI all, I was out scouting the roads and we’re good to go for a half-day trip on the west side of Cayuga Lake on Sunday, March 4. We'll look for wintering waterfowl on the lake as well as winter field birds nearby. We'll meet by the big turtle in the Ithaca Children's Garden at 8:00 am for

[cayugabirds-l] West side Cayuga Lake waterfowl

2018-01-20 Thread Joshua Snodgrass
Today I joined Marc Devokaitis and Paul Rodewald for a section of Cayuga Lake's DEC Waterfowl Survey. We started at Taughannock SP North Point and went up to Vineyard Rd Ext (just south of Dean's Cove) up the west side of Cayuga Lake stopping at several small roads as well as CR 141 , Sheldrake Pt

[cayugabirds-l] West Side

2015-02-26 Thread Susan Fast
I checked the west side of Cayuga Lake today.  Taughannock was mostly ice-bound, as was Sheldrake south of the point.  Open water north of the point, but scoping found only lots of RED-BREASTED MERGANSERS.  Poplar Beach was good--open water and scoping from one point only, I counted 22

Re: [cayugabirds-l] West side of the lake (Saturday)

2014-03-02 Thread Dave Nutter
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[cayugabirds-l] West side of the lake

2014-03-01 Thread Ann Mitchell
Dave Nutter and I went up the lake starting around 12:15. Our stops were the Ithaca Marina (or boat club), Taughannock Park (north side) and Sheldrake. We saw all ducks, except for Northern Shoveler and any teal. No rarities. Dave found White-winged Scoters at Taughannock and Sheldrake. A

[cayugabirds-l] west side Cayuga Lake Sunday

2012-02-05 Thread Kenneth Victor Rosenberg
I had a great afternoon trip up the west side of Cayuga Lake today with Rick Bonney and Judy Burrill. We started at Hogs Hole at 12:45, and as others reported were not able to locate the Western Grebe. We did see the 2 RED-THROATED LOONS together -- an adult and a juvenile, solving a two bird

Re: [cayugabirds-l] West side of Cayuga Lake, plus Montezuma area

2010-04-17 Thread Matthew Medler
I knew I'd forget something: a singing House Wren heard several times in the Sheldrake area. Matthew Medler wrote: I spent the day today (17 April 2010) birding with Tim Lenz, Alberto López, and Chris Wiley. We started at Stewart Park, then headed up the west side of Cayuga Lake, and hit a