Date: 8/25/17 12:22 pm From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...> Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Cuylerville, Yellowthroats
There was a family of Common Yellowthroats moving about in the brush along Joens Bridge Rd. - the gravel extention that runs east from Barratt Rd. and west of the river; also Song Sparrows and Goldfinches. I was there mid morning, but this is a particularly nice place to be earlier mornings or in evenings - a very quiet stretch road with beans along one side but good diversity of wildflowers, bushes, brush piles, grasses etc. on the other. This has long been one of my favorite spots going into the fall season. The nearby fields can be good for the fall plovers, etc., depending on harvesting schedules, though I didn't see any this morning.