Several Song Sparrows and two Redwings singing at Sapsucker woods
Ithaca, NY this morning also. And so it begins and makes itself noticed.
On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 12:21 PM, wrote:
> In addition to multiple flights of Snows (white and blue) and Canadas last
One recent good description of poses, etc. is the Stokes Nature Guides, Guide
to Bird Behavior, vol. 2.The original Saunders source is Saunders, Aretas
Andrews, The Summer Birds of Central New York Marshes Roosevelt Wild Life
Bulletin. vol. 3 , pp. 335-475. 1926Also A. C. Bent's Life
[mailto:bounce-118987670-3493...@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Susan Fast
Sent: Friday, March 27, 2015 5:45 AM
To: Marie P. Read; superduperw...@aim.com; CAYUGABIRDS-L
Subject: Re: [cayugabirds-l] Killdeer Courtship at Myers
I've seen Killdeer doing this and similar behaviors a number of times early in
the breeding season. Sometimes in pairs, sometimes several birds together. My
impression is that it has both territorial and courtship components.
Pairs do something similar during a nest scrape display...the male
Flyover Killdeer here in Tburg south of Taughannock just now.
On 3/10/15, Birding dans...@twcny.rr.com wrote:
Flyover Killdeer at aurora boathouse. Calling. Guessing it was scared off
the spit by flyover Bald Eagle.
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Killdeer must have been on the move. I saw 11 Killdeer in half a mile
along flooded fields on Flatiron Rd., Caroline just before it turned
bitter cold with snow. I wonder how many survived.
On 3/12/2014 6:53 PM, cl...@juno.com wrote:
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If he starts licking his lips, close your blinds!
On 20120308, at 14:24 , Meena Haribal wrote:
A killdeer just flew over my office window! Also a Turkey Vulture has been
hanging here often, he almost looks like as if he was looking into the office!