Date: 7/13/20 1:42 pm
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: Re: [GeneseeBirds-L] GeneseeBirds-L Digest, Vol 204, Issue 12
Chukar
Thank you very much for the reply. It seems this bird has been hanging
around our barn for a few days. There were people in the barn and it seemed
unphased by their being there. I know of no hunting dog training activities
near me. It would seem this is a solitary bird. Sad.

On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 2:35 PM <geneseebirds-l-request...> wrote:

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> I have a tiny cottage on Lake Ontario between Hamlin Beach and Oak Orchard
> (near the intersection of Peter Smith Road and the lake). I very
> occasionally see an adult Eagle fishing, and yesterday for the first time,
> a juvenile. It seems like if the nest were nearby I would see them often.
> ...but it can't be too far away for fishing, either. Does anyone know of a
> nest out this way? Just nosy.....
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> An adult NORTHERN GANNET was reported at the west end of the lake this
> morning in Hamilton, Ontario. The bird was reportedly headed east so it
> could show up in our region today or in the next few days.
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> Willie
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> I wanted to share this with a bird lovers group and yours was the closest
> to where I live. I'm in rural Genesee Co. about 10 mi. NE of Batavia. I
> have a busy bird feeder on my porch railing and watch with amusement and
> enjoyment all the various visitors. But this morning something different
> happened. Sitting on the porch floor was a large bird with a black line
> running across it's red/orange beak, looping below to its neck like a
> dangling necklace. It was a soft brown with stripes on its wings. I had
> never seen this type of bird before and I've lived in WNY for over 50
> years. After much investigating, I discovered it was a Chukar, more
> commonly known in the Pacific NW. I was unable to get a picture of it
> before it scooted off.
> Has this bird become more common in NY? Has anyone else seen a Chukar?
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> Probably an escape. Chukars are commonly used for training and trialing
> hunting dogs at licensed hunting preserves. There are not any breeding
> populations in the wild in NY.
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> Thank you for accepting my subscription.
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> I wanted to share this with a bird lovers group and yours was the closest
> to where I live. I'm in rural Genesee Co. about 10 mi. NE of Batavia. I
> have a busy bird feeder on my porch railing and watch with amusement and
> enjoyment all the various visitors. But this morning something different
> happened. Sitting on the porch floor was a large bird with a black line
> running across it's red/orange beak, looping below to its neck like a
> dangling necklace. It was a soft brown with stripes on its wings. I had
> never seen this type of bird before and I've lived in WNY for over 50
> years. After much investigating, I discovered it was a Chukar, more
> commonly known in the Pacific NW. I was unable to get a picture of it
> before it scooted off.
> Has this bird become more common in NY? Has anyone else seen a Chukar?
>
> --
> Bette Wing
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Bette

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