Date: 11/2/20 9:03 am
From: Dave Nutter <nutter.dave...>
Subject: Re: [cayugabirds-l] Loon migration
Actually I was outside in order to see more of the sky, and it was a bit cold, but somewhat sheltered, so not nearly as harsh as at Taughannock. On the other hand, I did not get to see loons on the lake, and I did not have a definite line past which they could travel to be counted as going south. Some seemed to be circling for more altitude, and they have a huge turning radius, while a few seemed to be going back north, but the highest (some not visible naked-eye) were the most consistently resolutely southbound.

- - Dave Nutter

> On Nov 2, 2020, at 11:36 AM, Candace E. Cornell <cec222...> wrote:
> Lucky you! You didn't have to stand out in the cold to see them!
> Candace
>> On Mon, Nov 2, 2020 at 11:21 AM Dave Nutter <nutter.dave...> wrote:
>> This morning I’ve seen over a hundred migrating Common Loons from my home near the NYS-89 bridge over the Flood Control Channel. The largest group was over 30 birds about 9am. I stopped watching around 10am but noticed three migrating loons at 11:09.
>> - - Dave Nutter
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