Date: 2/22/18 10:23 am From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...> Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] IBay Gulls today
Only had 20 min to check out south end of Irondequoit Bay. Nothing much at
very end of bay but if gulls are your thing a trip down Oak Orchard Rd on
SW.corner of the bay would be worth. Hopefully if my appointments dont
last long I can return on my way home!
Lynn Bergmeyer, Greece NY 585-576-0422
On Feb 22, 2018 11:22 AM, "Bird observations from western New York" <
Vortex Binocular lens cover found at Braddock Bay North Marina. Text me at
the number below
Lynn Bergmeyer, Greece NY 585-576-0422 <(585)%20576-0422>
On Feb 21, 2018 10:39 PM, "Bird observations from western New York" <
Ducks, ducks, ducks at Kumpf Marsh this noon, as seen widely. Many Northern
Pintail, American Wigeon and a smattering of Mallards and Gadwall. Also,
two male Green-winged Teal at Kumpf.
I heard there were ten Tundra Swans at Cayuga early today, but they had
left when I arrived. The resident eagles were present, setting up shop
right in the nest. Still pretty well iced over there. Right across the
street from Cayuga, 6 Hooded Mergansers were in the 2010 Black-bellied
Whistling Duck spot.
Ringneck Marsh may host the refuge’s third Bald Eagle Nest site this
spring! A pair of adults were there yesterday and previously as well. I saw
a sizable flock of 51 Cedar Waxwings (no Bohemians) at Mallard Overlook
while watching the eagle activity.
At home, Orleans County, our resident Screech Owl has started increasing
its hooting in the late afternoons. Yeah, spring!