Re: [cayugabirds-l] Geese

2022-03-06 Thread Jay McGowan
Yesterday on Lower Lake Road, Livia and I found an apparent GREATER
WHITE-FRONTED x CANADA GOOSE hybrid. I've only seen this cross a few times,
so it was nice to see one at somewhat closer range and note the smaller
proportions and more extensive white face than the more commonly
encountered domestic Graylag x Canada crosses.

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> Besides seeing a large raft of Snow Geese on the water on the West side of
> the lake, opposite LeVanna (ny rt. 90) this morning, I also saw a nice
> group of just white ones in several vees fly right over me in Poplar Ridge
> on Rt. 34-B, later in the morning! Gorgeous in the sun.
>
> Donna L. Scott
> 535 Lansing Station Road
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> The flight of geese yesterday was amazing.  I walked the Yorkies east on
> Mt. Pleasant Road, around 11:30 on.  At the top of the hill east past my
> house you could see lines of geese both east and west, heading N.  With my
> binocs, I could make out lines of geese west of the Observatory and to the
> east-way out over the hills.  A couple flocks that flew directly overhead,
> had some Snow Geese mixed in.  I only saw a couple groups of just Snow
> Geese.  I was up there for maybe 35-40 minutes and they were still going
> over when I got home.
>
> Gladys
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RE: [cayugabirds-l] Geese

2022-03-06 Thread Donna Lee Scott
Besides seeing a large raft of Snow Geese on the water on the West side of the 
lake, opposite LeVanna (ny rt. 90) this morning, I also saw a nice group of 
just white ones in several vees fly right over me in Poplar Ridge on Rt. 34-B, 
later in the morning! Gorgeous in the sun.

Donna L. Scott
535 Lansing Station Road
Lansing, NY 14882
607-379-1694
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Subject: Re: [cayugabirds-l] Geese

The flight of geese yesterday was amazing.  I walked the Yorkies east on Mt. 
Pleasant Road, around 11:30 on.  At the top of the hill east past my house you 
could see lines of geese both east and west, heading N.  With my binocs, I 
could make out lines of geese west of the Observatory and to the east-way out 
over the hills.  A couple flocks that flew directly overhead, had some Snow 
Geese mixed in.  I only saw a couple groups of just Snow Geese.  I was up there 
for maybe 35-40 minutes and they were still going over when I got home.

Gladys

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Geese

2022-03-06 Thread Gladys J Birdsall
The flight of geese yesterday was amazing.  I walked the Yorkies east on 
Mt. Pleasant Road, around 11:30 on.  At the top of the hill east past my 
house you could see lines of geese both east and west, heading N.  With 
my binocs, I could make out lines of geese west of the Observatory and 
to the east-way out over the hills.  A couple flocks that flew directly 
overhead, had some Snow Geese mixed in.  I only saw a couple groups of 
just Snow Geese.  I was up there for maybe 35-40 minutes and they were 
still going over when I got home.


Gladys

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Lots on Canada and some snow geese flying over Hunt Hill Rd  since 11am. Dryden.

Laura

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Geese

2022-03-05 Thread David Nicosia
Major flight of both snow and Canada geese from Broome co heading
northeast. Also had 3 tundra swans mixed in with snows!

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Geese on other lakes?

2021-03-13 Thread David McCartt
I’ve seen large rafts of Snows on Owasco Lake.

David McCartt

> On Mar 13, 2021, at 6:58 AM, Kyle Gage  wrote:
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> I live on Canandaigua Lake & we can get flocks of several thousand & in fact 
> a sizable flock was around most of this winter. Seneca Lake can also have 
> decent numbers but neither lake has the incredible numbers Cayuga Lake gets. 
> I’m not sure of numbers on the other Finger Lakes but eBird records would 
> give an idea. 
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Geese on other lakes?

2021-03-13 Thread Kyle Gage
I live on Canandaigua Lake & we can get flocks of several thousand & in fact a 
sizable flock was around most of this winter. Seneca Lake can also have decent 
numbers but neither lake has the incredible numbers Cayuga Lake gets. I’m not 
sure of numbers on the other Finger Lakes but eBird records would give an idea. 

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RE:[cayugabirds-l] Geese

2021-03-10 Thread Deb Grantham
I've been hearing lots of Canada geese at night here, over Sheffield Road. As 
late as 11 pm.

This morning, I saw a large V of Canada geese, then one of Canada geese with 4 
white and I assume snow geese leading it, then a large sloppy V (I notice the 
snow geese have sloppier Vs than Canada geese) overhead.

FOY 3 male red-winged blackbirds yesterday here on Sheffield Road. 

Flocks of blackbirds every day for several weeks. I think many are starlings.

Two days ago, a cardinal pair mating and then another arriving so that the 2 
males were chasing each other around.

A pair of bluebirds today, but they've been here all winter.

Deb


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Lots of geese over Hunt Hill Rd.  right now mostly Canada geese so far. Also 
blackbird flocks. 
Dryden, east of Ithaca. 
Laura

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Geese on Cayuga

2021-03-09 Thread Diane Stone
Stewart Park was full of the sounds of Canada geese returning.

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> As neighbor Sarah Blodgett just texted, “there’s a massive goose thing
> going on”   here!
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> 1000s -mostly Canadas i think -hard to see in sun- on water over on west
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Geese on Cayuga

2021-03-09 Thread Susan Gateley
first woodcock of the season for me- single bird foraging in our little
woodlot in North Wolcott!

On Tue, Mar 9, 2021 at 4:01 PM Donna Lee Scott  wrote:

> As neighbor Sarah Blodgett just texted, “there’s a massive goose thing
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RE:[cayugabirds-l] Geese

2017-02-24 Thread Laura J. Heisey
I heard some flying over Newfield around 6:00 this morning.

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LOTS of geese flying north over Ellis Hollow this morning!!

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Geese!

2015-03-18 Thread Dave Nutter
Despite stiff NW winds yesterday afternoon (Tu 17 Mar), about 3:30pm I saw 
several flocks of SNOW GEESE totalling about 270 birds powering north over 
downtown Ithaca. Later I noticed a mixed flock of CANADA GEESE  SNOW GEESE 
northbound over my house.

Sandy Wold mentioned on Sunday afternoon on Yale Farm Rd, again in stiff NW 
winds the initial flocks of 180 westbound SNOW GEESE. During our stay several 
more flocks followed, totalling over 800.

--Dave Nutter


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 As I biked home from a meeting in downtown Ithaca at 8pm I heard northbound 
 Canada Geese fairly low. Between 10  11 pm Laurie  I went for a walk on the 
 path in Cass Park. (It was a bit disorienting to be walking on bare pavement 
 rather than cross-country skiing.) As I hoped, several times I heard 
 northbound Canada Geese and Snow Geese overhead despite a few drops of rain. 
 With some difficulty I was able to discern a few Snow Geese from my yard, 
 which is a very noisy location among busy (wet) roads, bridges, a nearby 
 small but full-running stream  waterfall, plus much of it is elevated enough 
 to pick up sirens anywhere downtown.
 --Dave Nutter

 On Mar 16, 2015, at 04:54 PM, Laura Stenzler l...@cornell.edu wrote:

 Since around 3 pm the goose flocks have been constant. Canada's and Snow 
 Geese, often in mixed flocks. Still coming now. :)
 Laura
 Hunt Hill Rd, Dryden

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Geese!

2015-03-18 Thread Geo Kloppel
Still more flocks of geese are entering the Cayuga Basin at West Danby this 
morning. We have clear skies overhead, but a heavy band of lake effect snow is 
passing on our eastern horizon, and its fringes are lit by the rising sun. The 
distant flocks are highlighted against these bright clouds; their northward 
advance is noticeably slowed by the strong headwind. 

-Geo Kloppel


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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Geese!

2015-03-17 Thread Dave Nutter
As I biked home from a meeting in downtown Ithaca at 8pm I heard northbound 
Canada Geese fairly low. Between 10  11 pm Laurie  I went for a walk on the 
path in Cass Park. (It was a bit disorienting to be walking on bare pavement 
rather than cross-country skiing.) As I hoped, several times I heard northbound 
Canada Geese and Snow Geese overhead despite a few drops of rain. With some 
difficulty I was able to discern a few Snow Geese from my yard, which is a very 
noisy location among busy (wet) roads, bridges, a nearby small but full-running 
stream  waterfall, plus much of it is elevated enough to pick up sirens 
anywhere downtown.

--Dave Nutter


On Mar 16, 2015, at 04:54 PM, Laura Stenzler l...@cornell.edu wrote:

 Since around 3 pm the goose flocks have been constant. Canada's and Snow 
 Geese, often in mixed flocks. Still coming now. :)
 Laura
 Hunt Hill Rd, Dryden

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] geese on the move

2014-12-13 Thread Ellen D. Haith
There were similar crowds heading south over Trumansburg around 10 in the 
morning as well.

Bill Mcaneny bmcane...@fltg.net wrote:
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Lots of Canadas and Snows headed south in mid afternoon today. Big vees.  
Fairly high up. Crossing rte 89 in vic. of Boy Scout camp, north of 
Taughannock S.P.

Yesterday, about 2pm, a Cooper’s hawk flew west over rte 13 and across 
Wegman’s pking lot.

Bill McAneny, TBurg

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RE: [cayugabirds-l] geese on the move

2014-12-13 Thread Bill Mcaneny
I was out about 9am and saw and heard many hundreds of Snow Geese flying
south, so if Ellie saw them in TBurg about 10am, there must have been
thousands across a broad front.  Shirley and I were on Sheffield Rd about
2pm and saw hundreds of Canadas and somewhat fewer Snows in the cornfields
around Iradell Rd.  So maybe not all the geese were headed south of the snow
belt.

Bill McAneny, TBurg

 

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From: Ellen D. Haith [mailto:elliehait...@gmail.com] 
Sent: Saturday, December 13, 2014 8:28 AM
To: Bill Mcaneny; cayugabird...@list.cornell.edu
Subject: Re: [cayugabirds-l] geese on the move

 

There were similar crowds heading south over Trumansburg around 10 in the
morning as well.

Bill Mcaneny bmcane...@fltg.net wrote:

Lots of Canadas and Snows headed south in mid afternoon today. Big vees.
Fairly high up. Crossing rte 89 in vic. of Boy Scout camp, north of
Taughannock S.P.

Yesterday, about 2pm, a Cooper's hawk flew west over rte 13 and across
Wegman's pking lot.

Bill McAneny, TBurg

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Re: [cayugabirds-l] geese on the move

2014-12-12 Thread Nancy Cusumano
A good sized flock of snow and canada geese at the corner of Perry City and
Dubois Rd at 4pm. Both pahses of snow geese there and close to the road.
A Harrier flew over my car on Perry City rd just west of Rt 96.



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On Fri, Dec 12, 2014 at 6:31 PM, Bill Mcaneny bmcane...@fltg.net wrote:

Lots of Canadas and Snows headed south in mid afternoon today. Big
 vees.  Fairly high up. Crossing rte 89 in vic. of Boy Scout camp, north of
 Taughannock S.P.

 Yesterday, about 2pm, a Cooper’s hawk flew west over rte 13 and across
 Wegman’s pking lot.

 Bill McAneny, TBurg
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