[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 about 290 miles south.
John

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On 2019-03-16 19:36, Candace Cornell wrote:

> Ospreys are returning much earlier this year! There have been two confirmed 
> sitings around Myers Park and at the Myers Hill nest in Lansing yesterday and 
> today. It's an uplifting sign that spring is coming early, but it is 
> troubling as to the earliness. Up until 2016, the ospreys at Cargill in 
> Lansing returned annually on March 31st and the Salt Point pair returned 
> yearly on April 5. Each year since, their arrival dates have moved up. Last 
> year it was March 25 and April 1, respectively. The pair on the Myers Hill 
> nest came on April 3 last year. This is 18 days earlier than their arrival 
> last year! I'm guessing it is a consequence of climate change, but such a 
> leap very is troubling.  
> 
> Please email me when you see ospreys active on their nests and please report 
> any new nests you discover in the Finger Lakes region for the annual osprey 
> inventory. _Thank you very _much. I can't do the work without your 
> assistance. The !30+/- known nests visible from public roads are listed in 
> the Cayuga Lake Osprey Trail [1].  
> 
> Out of basin on Seneca Lake, there are seven nesting pairs of osprey at the 
> Greenidge Power Plant in Dresden, which are attracted by the abundant fish 
> congregating at the plant's warm outflow. If anyone knows the location of 
> osprey nests near Skaneateles or Owasco Lakes, please contact me ASAP! One or 
> two ospreys are regularly seen there, but I have yet been able to locate 
> their nests. Again, many thanks for any help you can provide. 
> 
> Have a great and very bird spring! 
> Candace 
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] They're back!

2017-12-18 Thread Asher Hockett
Well it's good to hear someone has House Finches! I don't think I've seen
more than 1 or 2 all year!

On Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 6:44 PM, Regi Teasley  wrote:

> Well, we have lots of Goldfinches and House Finches.
> Plus the usual suspects: Titmice, Nuthatches, Chickadees and woodpeckers
> (R-B, D, H) and M-doves, DE juncos.
>  The local Carolina wren continues to eat suet from the feeder.
> We had a Bluebird drinking at the birdbath on one of those very cold days.
> Also, we've had visits from a Cooper's Hawk and a Redtail.
>
> West Hill in the city
>
> Regi
>
> *One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.  *
> *Wm. Shakespeare*
>
>
> On Dec 18, 2017, at 12:32 PM, Laura J. Heisey  wrote:
>
> I’m seeing quite a lot of activity at my feeders in Newfield, but fewer
> American Goldfinches for some reason. Over 20 Mourning Doves, lots of House
> Finches, DE Juncos, Northern Cardinals, Blue Jays, Chickadees and Tufted
> Titmouse, several Downy, Hairy, and Red-bellied woodpeckers, 2 Pileated
> woodpeckers, one American Tree Sparrow and 2 White-throated Sparrows (my
> favorite). I also hear an Eastern Screech Owl once a week or so.
>
>
>
> Laura
>
> Newfield
>
>
>
> *From:* bounce-122138947-68441...@list.cornell.edu [
> mailto:bounce-122138947-68441...@list.cornell.edu
> ] *On Behalf Of *Donna Lee
> Scott
> *Sent:* Monday, December 18, 2017 9:15 AM
> *To:* CAYUGABIRDS-L 
> *Subject:* [cayugabirds-l] They're back!
>
>
>
> Recent snowy spell his brought back many of my usual feeder birds.
>
> 10 morning doves, 20 Gold finches, 3 titmouse, pair each of woodpeckers:
> downy, hairy, red bellied; 2 - 3 White breasted nut hatch, a Starling, 7 DE
> junco, 1 House finch, 12 House sparrow, ~4 Blue Jay, intermittent small
> flocks Cedar waxwing, 2 Carolina Wren, 6 Northern cardinal.
>
>
>
> On Cayuga Lake yesterday lots CA Geese, 8 Red breasted merganser, 2
> bufflehead.
>
>
> Donna Scott
>
> Lansing
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] They're back!

2017-12-18 Thread Regi Teasley
Well, we have lots of Goldfinches and House Finches. 
Plus the usual suspects: Titmice, Nuthatches, Chickadees and woodpeckers (R-B, 
D, H) and M-doves, DE juncos. 
 The local Carolina wren continues to eat suet from the feeder.
We had a Bluebird drinking at the birdbath on one of those very cold days.
Also, we've had visits from a Cooper's Hawk and a Redtail.

West Hill in the city

Regi

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Wm. Shakespeare


> On Dec 18, 2017, at 12:32 PM, Laura J. Heisey  wrote:
> 
> I’m seeing quite a lot of activity at my feeders in Newfield, but fewer 
> American Goldfinches for some reason. Over 20 Mourning Doves, lots of House 
> Finches, DE Juncos, Northern Cardinals, Blue Jays, Chickadees and Tufted 
> Titmouse, several Downy, Hairy, and Red-bellied woodpeckers, 2 Pileated 
> woodpeckers, one American Tree Sparrow and 2 White-throated Sparrows (my 
> favorite). I also hear an Eastern Screech Owl once a week or so.
>  
> Laura
> Newfield
>  
> From: bounce-122138947-68441...@list.cornell.edu 
> [mailto:bounce-122138947-68441...@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Donna Lee 
> Scott
> Sent: Monday, December 18, 2017 9:15 AM
> To: CAYUGABIRDS-L 
> Subject: [cayugabirds-l] They're back!
>  
> Recent snowy spell his brought back many of my usual feeder birds. 
> 10 morning doves, 20 Gold finches, 3 titmouse, pair each of woodpeckers: 
> downy, hairy, red bellied; 2 - 3 White breasted nut hatch, a Starling, 7 DE 
> junco, 1 House finch, 12 House sparrow, ~4 Blue Jay, intermittent small 
> flocks Cedar waxwing, 2 Carolina Wren, 6 Northern cardinal. 
>  
> On Cayuga Lake yesterday lots CA Geese, 8 Red breasted merganser, 2 
> bufflehead. 
> 
> Donna Scott
> Lansing
> Sent from my iPhone
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RE:[cayugabirds-l] They're back!

2017-12-18 Thread Laura J. Heisey
I’m seeing quite a lot of activity at my feeders in Newfield, but fewer 
American Goldfinches for some reason. Over 20 Mourning Doves, lots of House 
Finches, DE Juncos, Northern Cardinals, Blue Jays, Chickadees and Tufted 
Titmouse, several Downy, Hairy, and Red-bellied woodpeckers, 2 Pileated 
woodpeckers, one American Tree Sparrow and 2 White-throated Sparrows (my 
favorite). I also hear an Eastern Screech Owl once a week or so.

Laura
Newfield

From: bounce-122138947-68441...@list.cornell.edu 
[mailto:bounce-122138947-68441...@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Donna Lee Scott
Sent: Monday, December 18, 2017 9:15 AM
To: CAYUGABIRDS-L 
Subject: [cayugabirds-l] They're back!

Recent snowy spell his brought back many of my usual feeder birds.
10 morning doves, 20 Gold finches, 3 titmouse, pair each of woodpeckers: downy, 
hairy, red bellied; 2 - 3 White breasted nut hatch, a Starling, 7 DE junco, 1 
House finch, 12 House sparrow, ~4 Blue Jay, intermittent small flocks Cedar 
waxwing, 2 Carolina Wren, 6 Northern cardinal.

On Cayuga Lake yesterday lots CA Geese, 8 Red breasted merganser, 2 bufflehead.

Donna Scott
Lansing
Sent from my iPhone
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