Re:[cayugabirds-l] Brant, Cass Park

2018-10-19 Thread Jay McGowan
Another on the red lighthouse jetty, along with two Dunlin.

On Fri, Oct 19, 2018, 4:46 PM Jay McGowan  wrote:

> Six adult BRANT are foraging on the softball fields at Cass Park with a
> couple hundred Canada Geese this evening.
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> Jay
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Brant

2016-10-17 Thread Diane Morton
Now 80-100 Brant on the lake just north of red lighthouse

On Monday, October 17, 2016, Ann Mitchell  wrote:

>  Adam Wiebe reported a single Brant on the red light house jetty. It is
> still present foraging among the cormorants.
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Brant - Sodus Point

2014-10-12 Thread Joseph M Wing
There is also a Purple Sandpiper on the rocks.


 On Oct 12, 2014, at 11:04 AM, Joseph M Wing thejwi...@msn.com wrote:
 
 There is 1 Brant on the bayside of the break wall.
 Joe Wing
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Brant Turkey Vultures

2009-10-14 Thread Dave Nutter
Although I believe Annette's is the first report to Cayugabirds-L of Brant in 
the Cayuga Lake Basin this fall, it turns out several observers have been 
quietly reporting them to eBird: 

100 on 3 Oct at Martens Tract by Shawn Billerman  Mike Harvey 
125 on 4 Oct at Stewart Park by Mike Harvey
40 on 10 Oct from Collegetown by Glenn Seeholzer
42 on 11 Oct at Stewart Park by Jessie Barry  Chris Wood

Today was a big day for Turkey Vulture migration.  I think it was around 
2:30-3pm as I drove from Ithaca College to the airport I saw about 100, about 
1/5 strung out over south hill to go up the Cayuga Inlet valley, 3/5 in a big 
kettle over NYS 13 just east of Warren Road, the a few minutes later the other 
1/5 working their way south over the airport, Sapsucker Woods and the Northeast 
neighborhood, plus others during the day.

--Dave Nutter

On Wednesday, October 14, 2009, at 10:23AM, Annette Finney 
afin...@hospicare.org wrote:


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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Brant Turkey Vultures

2009-10-14 Thread Meena Haribal
At 07:41 PM 10/14/2009, Dave Nutter wrote:



Today was a big day for Turkey Vulture migration.  I think it was around 
2:30-3pm as I drove from Ithaca College to the airport I saw about 100, 
about 1/5 strung out over south hill to go up the Cayuga Inlet valley, 3/5 
in a big kettle over NYS 13 just east of Warren Road, the a few minutes 
later the other 1/5 working their way south over the airport, Sapsucker 
Woods and the Northeast neighborhood, plus others during the day.


May be I watched the same group of Vultures from the campus. I was walking 
from BTI to Day Hall and right near Dairy Bar I saw this huge congregation 
at 15 to 10 minutes before 3.00 pm.  It reminded me of Veracruz hawk watch 
as they were gaining height. I also saw several Red-tailed Hawks, they were 
way above vultures and they were going simply non stop and were slightly 
bigger than dots. I must have seen at least 10 of them.
Then another group of TV's was seen from Uris Library around 3.10 PM that 
were mainly flying over downtown Ithaca and I would think about 25 of them.

I also saw a COOPER's HAWK from my office window heading south east.





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Current Loc: 42o 25' 44.48 N, 76o 28' 16.90 W Elev 816 ft or 248.7 m
Formerly: 19o 0' 41,65 N, 72o 51' 13.02 E Elev 33 ft or 10m

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Brant

2009-10-14 Thread PeF
Hi all,

a bit of boundaries but relates to this subject.

Saw around 1000 Brant Geese on several flocks (biggest I saw was some c.300
birds) flying over Coney Island from 1:30-4:00pm, and thought to myself
later there will be postings on Cayuga Birds... :)

Cheers,
Pedro

2009/10/14 Annette Finney afin...@hospicare.org

  Just had a flock of 50 or 60 BRANT flying and *vocalizing* over Hospicare
 here on South Hill, headed northeast.  What a thrill!

 Also lines of Turkey Vultures streaming northward.

 In the shrubs, lots of Bluebirds, Robins, and Yellow-rumped Warblers, with
 numerous Red-winged Blackbirds chack-ing in the cattails.

 *Annette*

 Annette Finney
 Director of Support Services
 Hospicare  Palliative Care Services
  of Tompkins County, Inc.
 172 E. King Road
 Ithaca, NY 14850
 607-272-0212
 afin...@hospicare.org
 www.hospicare.org

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