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Date: 8/5/20 12:34 pm
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Whimbrels, Clay Colored
7-15-20, Shirley Ave., Buffalo -
1 Merlin

7-17-20, Tillman -
1 Grasshopper Sparrow
Nice Neowise comet w/tail & great firefly show.

7-19-20 -
Seaway Slip -
3 Killdeer
1 SB Dowitcher
4 Sanderling
2+ Spotty
1 Least
Small Boat -
1 Semi Sand
Erie Basin Marina -1 Bony

7-20-20, Ridge Lea pond -
2 Kill
2 Solitary
2 Spotty
3 Least
1 Semi

7-27-20, Erie Basin Marina -
1 Turnstone
4+ Spotty
1 Semi
1 Osprey - w/fish.

7-28-20 -
Klossen -
1 Solitary
Cayuga -
10+ Killdeer
3+ Spotty
16+ Least
1+ Semi - territorial. Wouldn't allow any Least anywhere near.
Griswold & 77 -
2 Solitary - 1 very territorial.
Lewiston Overlook -
1 BC Night Heron
1 Osprey - driving off Eagle.
Meadville -
2-3 GH Owl - begging juvs.
1-2 Screech
Neowise again - no tail now.

7-29-20 -
EBM -
1 Turnstone
Seaway Slip -
1 Bony
FedEx pond -
1 Least

7-31-20, Shirley  -
2 Merlin - Very likely nested nearby. This would be the 2nd Buffalo nest that I know of (of course there were more). The previously reported nesting in another neighborhood apparently really did happen judging by daily calling... since April & what others reported. Also juv(s). Cooper's in this neighborhood heard begging (all day) for weeks.  

8-3-20 -
Shirley -1 Screech Owl - heard only. This is only the 3rd time I've had 'em here in this densely populated area.
Woodbridge Ave., Buffalo -
1 Screech - gray. Only 2nd or 3rd time here on this suburban-like street. Maybe a good year for 'em.

7-4-20, Ft. Niagara -
3 Whimbrel - Ann's find a few days ago.
Krull Park -
1 Clay Colored

Peter
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Date: 8/5/20 6:57 am
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Date: 8/5/20 6:54 am
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Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Montezuma Audubon Center Events
We have several programs coming up during the next few weeks! Check out the links below to register.



Montezuma Birdwatching Tour
August 5, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM



The Montezuma Wetlands Complex is teeming with breeding songbirds, birds of prey and marsh birds this time of year. Follow behind the Audubon van in your own vehicle to Montezuma's marshes, forests and grasslands to explore several birding hotspots and the abundant wildlife as they go about their evening activities. Participants will receive a conference call phone number to hear the Audubon educator narrate the tour and ask questions between stops. Guests are welcome to get out of their vehicles at each stop so facial coverings will be required and we will follow physical distancing guidelines. Bring your binoculars and camera to capture images of the beautiful habitats and wildlife. This tour will depart from the Montezuma Audubon Center located at 2295 State Route 89, Savannah, NY. Space is limited and pre-paid reservations are required. Fee: $5/child, $10/adult, $30/family. Call 315.365.3588 or email <montezuma...><mailto:<montezuma...>?subject=July%2010%20Montezuma%20Bird%20Watching%20Tour> with questions.

*Please plan to arrive at the Montezuma Audubon Center 15 minutes prior to the event starting, to be checked in.

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Montezuma Moth Nights: A Two-Part Series

1) A Zoom presentation to be enjoyed at home
(a link will be emailed upon registration):
August 7th, 2020
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

2) "Moth Night" at the Montezuma Audubon Center
(2295 State Route 89, Savannah, NY 13146)
August 14, 2020
8:30 PM - 10:30 PM



We welcome Dr. Meena Madhav Haribal back for the third summer to help us learn about these beautiful, nocturnal insects. Dr. Haribal is a semi-retired chemical ecologist from Cornell University who studies the behaviors and interactions between different insects based on their chemistry. On Friday, August 7th, Dr. Haribal will lead Part 1, an informative presentation (via Zoom) about the unique characteristics of moths that you can find in your own backyard. Upon registration, you will receive instructions about how to access this presentation. Part 2 of this program will be held the following week on Friday, August 14th at the Montezuma Audubon Center with Dr. Haribal and Audubon staff as we set up sheets and lights outdoors to attract Montezuma's moths! This is a family-friendly event and all ages are welcome. Please plan to wear a face covering when in attendance. Bug spray, a flashlight and camera are recommended. Fee: $10/child, $15/adult, $40/family. Space is limited and pre-paid reservations are required. Call 315.365.3588 or email <montezuma...> with questions.

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Birding and Boating on the Clyde River
August 22, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM



What better way to enjoy a summer afternoon than a relaxing canoe/kayak paddle to explore the birds, other wildlife and their habitats near the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge. We will paddle along the Clyde River to explore a variety of songbirds, shorebirds, and birds of prey including the Bald Eagle and Osprey. Facial coverings will be required when entering and exiting the water and we will follow physical distancing guidelines. Bring your own canoe/kayak or rent a boat from us. We will launch from the Rivers Crossing Campground and Marina (508 NY-89, Savannah, NY 13146). Space is limited and pre-paid reservations are required. Fee: $10/child without rental, $15/adult without rental, $25/solo kayak rental, $40/canoe rental (maximum 2 adults plus 1 child). Call 315.365.3588 or email <montezuma...><mailto:<montezuma...>?subject=July%2010%20Montezuma%20Bird%20Watching%20Tour> with questions.
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Program Cancellation/Reimbursement Policy:

* If the MAC cancels an event, we will initiate a full reimbursement.
* If you need to cancel registration for an event, you must call or email the MAC at (315)-365-3588 or <montezuma...><mailto:<montezuma...>.
* If you cancel more than a week before the event, we will initiate a reimbursement minus a 10% administrative fee, or credit you for a future event.
* No reimbursements are issued for cancellations received less than a week before the date of the event.





--

Alyssa Johnson

Environmental Educator

315.365.3588



Montezuma Audubon Center

PO Box 187

2295 State Route 89

Savannah, NY 13146

Montezuma.audubon.org





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Date: 8/3/20 12:01 am
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Subject: Re: [GeneseeBirds-L] [External]GeneseeBirds-L Digest, Vol 205, Issue 3
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Date: 8/2/20 5:13 pm
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Geneseo airfield: Meadowlarks, Merlins
I saw two Merlins this evening on the poles & wire along the airfield road — one of them eating what was probably a Starling (there was a flock of 70 or so further along the road). I took a good walk around what is left of grassland, a couple hundred acres maybe; the grass on the main part of the field was killed off a few weeks ago, leaving grassland only past the air museum and out toward the river and wind sock. Last Thursday and again this evening I was looking to see if I might flush up an Upland Sandpiper, but no luck so far. They used to be quite regular this time of year, but have become rarer and rarer. Twenty years ago they nested down there. I did see a number of Meadowlarks this evening, as I did last Thursday — I counted 16 then. other than that several Barn Swallows and two or three Savannah Sparrows.

Jim Kimball
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Subject: Re: [GeneseeBirds-L] [External]GeneseeBirds-L Digest, Vol 205, Issue 1
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Date: 7/31/20 4:08 am
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] NYSARC and eBird
Sorry for the duplicate post but some people were having trouble with the
link to the article. I hope this is better:



Hi folks,



I just wanted everyone to know that NYSARC (NYS Avian Records Committee) is
working with eBird, reviewing very rare bird sightings that have been
submitted to eBird. Learn what this means to you as an eBirder, and why good
documentation is so important:


<https://nybirds.org/NYSARC/index.htm?fbclid=IwAR14MqLmPM2HFlpvoVQvfjBzqL4Bn
0k-2ORvmfxNuY_p5QHVa8480_mI48c> https://nybirds.org/NYSARC/index.htm



The Black-bellied Whistling-Duck is a species on the NYSARC review list.
This one was at Wilson-Tuscarora SP, Niagara County, photo taken 4 Jun 2015.
Since it was one of my nicer photos, I thought I would share it here:
https://ebird.org/checklist/S24166290



Good birding!

Willie

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Willie D'Anna

Wilson, NY

dannapotterATroadrunnerDOTcom




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Date: 7/31/20 12:03 am
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: Re: [GeneseeBirds-L] [External]GeneseeBirds-L Digest, Vol 204, Issue 26
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Date: 7/30/20 11:49 am
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Lakewood Merlins
Merlins have nested again in Lakewood, for the tenth consecutive summer that I have lived in the village.
I have observed them from my home every day since April 4th.
The nest, 90 feet up in a neighbor’s pine tree, survived a thunderstorm on July 11. The next day, three young Merlins – one with natal down – were perched within a foot of the nest.
During this pandemic summer, “my” Merlins entertained me through the cycle of courtship, nesting, chasing Turkey Vultures and Osprey, bringing in prey, noisily food-begging, and finally flying freely around the area.

Tom Simmons
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Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] NYSARC and eBird
Hi folks,



I just wanted everyone to know that NYSARC (NYS Avian Records Committee) is
working with eBird, reviewing very rare bird sightings that have been
submitted to eBird. Learn what this means to you as an eBirder, and why good
documentation is so important:
<https://nybirds.org/NYSARC/index.htm?fbclid=IwAR14MqLmPM2HFlpvoVQvfjBzqL4Bn
0k-2ORvmfxNuY_p5QHVa8480_mI48c> https://nybirds.org/NYSARC/index.htm. The
Black-bellied Whistling-Duck is a species on the NYSARC review list. This
one was at Wilson-Tuscarora SP, Niagara County, photo taken 4 Jun 2015.
Since it was one of my nicer photos, I thought I would share it here:
https://ebird.org/checklist/S24166290



Good birding!

Willie

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Wilson, NY

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Date: 7/30/20 12:02 am
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Subject: Re: [GeneseeBirds-L] [External]GeneseeBirds-L Digest, Vol 204, Issue 25
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Date: 7/29/20 8:51 pm
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Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Ridge Lea Retention Pond

Hi,                    Because of the rains  there was a high content of water (meaning no peeps were present) tonight, however there were a couple of solitary sandpipers. Also I had a total of eleven mallards.                                John T.Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone._______________________________________________
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Date: 7/28/20 8:31 am
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Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Montezuma Birdwatching Tour 7/29
Wednesday, July 29, 10:00 AM -12:30 PM
Montezuma Bird Watching Tour

The Montezuma Wetlands Complex is teeming with breeding songbirds, birds of prey and marsh birds this time of year. Follow behind the Audubon van in your own vehicle to Montezuma's marshes, forests and grasslands to explore several birding hotspots and the abundant wildlife as they go about their mid-day activities. Participants will receive a conference call phone number to hear the Audubon educator narrate the tour and ask questions between stops. Guests are welcome to get out of their vehicles at each stop so facial coverings will be required and we will follow physical distancing guidelines. Bring your binoculars and camera to capture images of the beautiful habitats and wildlife.This tour will depart from the Montezuma Audubon Center located at 2295 State Route 89, Savannah, NY. Space is limited and pre-paid reservations are required. Fee: $5/child, $10/adult, $30/family. Call 315.365.3588 or email <montezuma...> questions.

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Date: 7/28/20 7:20 am
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Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Fwd: Canandaigua Avocet
Not sure if this went through the first time...


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> Hi all. There’s currently (0940) an adult Avocet on the breakwater rocks at Canandaigua City Pier.

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Date: 7/26/20 11:25 pm
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Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] (No subject)
Sorry if the groupme post was confusing. The a.w.pelican I posted was what ebird calls Goose pond overlook in oak orchard WMA. This is on Albion rd. Near the intersection with e. Shelby rd. For such a large white bird, it's amazing how well it blended in. If you are familiar with the area, I had to set the scope on top of one of the barrier rocks to get a decent view. It was in a narrow strip of water left of the osprey platform._______________________________________________
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Date: 7/26/20 5:16 pm
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Cowbirds dropping eggs in nest box Knox Farm State Park
    Today at about 5PM in Knox Farm State  Park ,
I saw a cowbird fly suspiciously from a nest box. 
Since I was not dressed for wading in the brush
surrounding  the box, I decided to alert any
potential Good Samaritan  where the next box with
the egg(s) is or may be

    Park in either the newly paved  lot or the
large gravel lot in the main entrance of Knox Farm
SP,
From here go west on the main (unpaved) trail 
parallel to  the fence line on the left, and the
huge grassland on the right.  After a 1/4 a mile
or so the trail goes into a  mature woodlot,  up a
small rise where it  splits 2 ways near a box
containing books. Bear left and take the lowest
trail which  goes  west along the south edge of
the woodlot. After about 1/10 mile the main trail
leaves the woodlot and turns left (south).   Go
south for about 50 feet.  The birdhouse is on the
edge of the large swampy area on the left(east)
side of the trail , and where  the Cowbird took off.
    I  assume but cannot promise if any egg was
actually dropped, as the  top lid of  the nest box
was stuck and the front hole of the box faced away
from the trail.  If any of  you are interested in
removing the egg(s), wear clothing suitable for
some brush.   Good luck if your are interested,
and please keep me posted.
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Date: 7/24/20 8:42 pm
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Great crested and king bird


Today, later this afternoon, had a great crested flycatcher and king bird in Forest Lawn, Buffalo. The great crested was lingering around the South edge of Warbler Ridge and the king bird was observed catching insects over Mirror Lake. Also observed a female mallard trying to injest what looked like a shad that it apparently caught in the creek nearby.
Happy South bound!
John T.

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Date: 7/23/20 9:48 am
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Stilt Sandpiper at Braddock Bay
There is a Stilt Sandpiper currently feeding on the bay side of the
barrier island.
Mike Gullo

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Subject: Re: [GeneseeBirds-L] [External]GeneseeBirds-L Digest, Vol 204, Issue 19
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Date: 7/21/20 1:07 pm
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Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Merlin

Just heard one while I was sitting in my backyard in Rochester's 19th Ward.

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Date: 7/20/20 3:07 am
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Solitary sandpiper
There was a solitary sandpiper at Gosnell big woods field on Fri morning. On the path just 30 yds from car park.
Andrea
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Subject: Re: [GeneseeBirds-L] GeneseeBirds-L Digest, Vol 204, Issue 17
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Date: 7/19/20 10:05 pm
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Solitary Sandpiper

Had a lone solitary sandpiper yesterday at Woodlawn beach in the back lawn by the creek which was flooded from the rain. Also counted 16 vultures on the beach with a closely equal ratio of ring-billed gulls to herrings.                                John T.Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone._______________________________________________
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Date: 7/19/20 1:13 pm
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] eBird -- Braddock Bay Park--Hawk Watch -- Jul 19, 2020
Joann and I watched from the lookout before the showers. We picked up a great juvenile raptor dispersal flight.Here’s today’s tally. The link after is a checklist from a very similar July flight last year:
Braddock Bay Park--Hawk Watch
Jul 19, 2020
11:35 AM
Stationary
175 Minutes
All birds reported? No
Comments: Counting dispersal flight.
Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 2.0.13 Build 2.0.122

34 Turkey Vulture
65 Bald Eagle -- Counting dispersal flight
25 Red-tailed Hawk
1 Merlin
1 Peregrine Falcon

Number of Taxa: 5

Last year: https://ebird.org/checklist/S58107662
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Date: 7/15/20 12:32 pm
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] 10 Prairies...
7-13&14 -20, Buffalo -
2-3 Merlin - still flying in & calling w/prey. Hard to see exactly what's happening in the thick green but a resident who's yard had last yrs. nest says he's seen 3 at once. Apparently nesting was successful but still trying to see a definite fledgling... They've been there for 3 months - since first seen mating on 4-19-20. Last yr. apparently only 1-2 birds were raised.  
7-14-20 -Yorkshire -10 Prairie Warbler - 9 singing, 1 fm.
2 Yellow Rump
2 Raven
1 YB Cuckoo
1 Purple Finch
Ashford -
2 Chestnut
1 Redstart
2 Blue Wing
2 Hooded
1 Oven

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Subject: Re: [GeneseeBirds-L] GeneseeBirds-L Digest, Vol 204, Issue 14
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Date: 7/13/20 2:18 pm
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: Re: [GeneseeBirds-L] GeneseeBirds-L Digest, Vol 204, Issue 13
Re: Chukar

Chukar can be bought for upland bird dog training. I myself use them for
training my 1st year pups.
Most likely someone nearby is training a bird dog.

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There is an eagles' nest between Hilton and Hamlin near the parkway, not
sure how far they would go to fish.

Bonnie Hewett
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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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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.

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> first time, a juvenile. It seems like if the nest were nearby I would see
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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.
>
>
>
> Good birding!
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> 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
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> Probably an escape. Chukars are commonly used for training and
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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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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.

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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,
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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.
>
>
>
> Good birding!
>
> 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?
>
> --
> Bette Wing
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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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> I wanted to share this with a bird lovers group and yours was the closest
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> 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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There is an eagles' nest between Hilton and Hamlin near the parkway, not
sure how far they would go to fish.

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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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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.

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.
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Thank you for accepting my subscription.

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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Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Adult Northern Gannet - Lake Ontario
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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Date: 7/13/20 3:18 am
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Eagles
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
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Date: 7/12/20 11:03 am
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] past 4 weeks minor sightings
6-12-20, Shirley Ave., Buffalo -
1 Merlin - giving the "eek" call.

6-23-20, Buffalo -
Merlin pair - m. plucking prey then given to fm. who ate it. Still no definite nest...

6-29-20, Shirley -
1 Merlin
1 House Wren on 27th - uncommon for this boxed in neighborhood.

6-30-20, Woodbridge Ave., Buffalo -
1 Nighthawk - ~1:30am. Sounded like a fledgling.

7-4-20, Woodbridge -
1 Hummer

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Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] U of R swallows
Biking this morning along the Genesee River by the University of Rochester, I observed swallows feeding fledglings. All indications point to rough-winged, but I didn't have binocs with me. Has anyone else observed the species there?
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Date: 7/11/20 1:41 pm
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Subject: Re: [GeneseeBirds-L] Common Nighthawk
I always look forward to hearing nighthawks when I go back to my home state of Iowa.

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I periodically here them at night in my neighborhood in North Buffalo- Great Arrow/ Delaware Ave area but a thing of the past as far as Kenmore is concerned. Very rarely anymore do I see them in migration in late August-early Sept over the city and burbs.


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I periodically here them at night  in my neighborhood in North Buffalo- Great Arrow/ Delaware Ave area but a thing of the past as far as Kenmore is concerned. Very rarely  anymore do I see them in migration in late August-early Sept over the city and burbs.                                   John T.Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone._______________________________________________
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Date: 7/11/20 7:46 am
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: Re: [GeneseeBirds-L] Common Nighthawk - Buffalo
I have heard the theory about crows taking advantage of nighthawks nesting on roofs in the cities and I think there could well be something to that. I checked Birds of the World at the Cornell Lab but other than domestic cats, there are few other predators on nighthawks that have been documented. However, they also indicated that ravens, crows, gulls, kestrels, owls, coyotes, foxes, and snakes were likely predators as well. And, that ground-nesters like Nighthawks, are especially vulnerable to skunks, opossums, and raccoons.



However, I have never heard the theory mentioned by Gerry and attributed to Bob Brock, of plastic bags making it easier for crows to forage through our garbage. This behavior, however, has been documented and it makes sense that it could have helped to swell the numbers of crows in urban locations. While it is certainly true that crows spread into urban areas from rural areas, which they never really left, and that this was likely due to a good food supply as well as fewer predators, I am not so sure that crows are now leaving cities in favor of rural sites. According to birders, there are still many crows in the cities. Overall, numbers seem lower than say, 25 years ago, but this could well be due to West Nile Virus, of which the American Crow is particularly susceptible.



Coincident with an increase in crows in urban areas, flat roof construction on buildings changed also. Instead of gravel roofs, which the nighthawks preferred for their nests, rubber roofs are now used. The gravel prevented the eggs from rolling and the rubber may allow the roofs to get hotter than gravel roofs, both of which could be detrimental to nesting success. In addition the solid color of rubber roofs may reduce camouflage of the eggs, allowing for easier detection by predators. Placing gravel pads on the corners of flat rubber roofs may help nighthawks.



Thank-you for your thought-provoking post, Gerry!



Good birding!

Willie

Literature cited: Brigham, R. M., J. Ng, R. G. Poulin, and S. D. Grindal (2020). Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor), version 1.0. In Birds of the World (A. F. Poole, Editor). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY, USA. <https://doi.org/10.2173/bow.comnig.01> https://doi.org/10.2173/bow.comnig.01

Verbeek, N. A. and C. Caffrey (2020). American Crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos), version 1.0. In Birds of the World (A. F. Poole and F. B. Gill, Editors). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY, USA. <https://doi.org/10.2173/bow.amecro.01> https://doi.org/10.2173/bow.amecro.01







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You have to be an elder citizen today to recall the days when nighthawks flew over our cities, especially noticeable at nighttime baseball games. To me it was just as interesting watching them catch bugs around the lights as watching Musial, Dusak, Roe, Crabtree, Shoendienst and others play for the RedWings.



Some years ago Bob Brock shared with me his understanding why we lost our city nighthawks. It was due, he claimed, to our change in garbage collection. At the time he offered this idea, we had begun leaving garbage for collection in plastic sacks and these had attracted crows to the city for easy scavenging. Before that crows had been rural birds rarely occurring in urban areas except in a few nighttime roosts. The problem for the nighthawks was that the newly arrived crows also raided the nighthawks' open rooftop nests for eggs and young. They completely extirpated the species from our cities.



I agree completely with Bob's analysis. But now times have again changed and we no longer have open garbage sacks. They are contained in solid carriers. Those can be raided by raccoons but not by crows and, as a result, the crows are retreating to their old habitats. It would be wonderful if nighthawks would return to those open roofs with their major predator in retreat.



Gerry​

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While leaving Wegmans (Amherst St - Blackrock) this evening just after 10:00 pm, I had a Common Nighthawk calling. There may have been an additional bird or two, but I could not see the birds due to the floodlights in the lot. A nice and unexpected treat!



Joe Fell



Buffalo, NY

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Date: 7/11/20 6:49 am
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
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You have to be an elder citizen today to recall the days when nighthawks flew over our cities, especially noticeable at nighttime baseball games. To me it was just as interesting watching them catch bugs around the lights as watching Musial, Dusak, Roe, Crabtree, Shoendienst and others play for the RedWings.


Some years ago Bob Brock shared with me his understanding why we lost our city nighthawks. It was due, he claimed, to our change in garbage collection. At the time he offered this idea, we had begun leaving garbage for collection in plastic sacks and these had attracted crows to the city for easy scavenging. Before that crows had been rural birds rarely occurring in urban areas except in a few nighttime roosts. The problem for the nighthawks was that the newly arrived crows also raided the nighthawks' open rooftop nests for eggs and young. They completely extirpated the species from our cities.


I agree completely with Bob's analysis. But now times have again changed and we no longer have open garbage sacks. They are contained in solid carriers. Those can be raided by raccoons but not by crows and, as a result, the crows are retreating to their old habitats. It would be wonderful if nighthawks would return to those open roofs with their major predator in retreat.


Gerry?

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While leaving Wegmans (Amherst St - Blackrock) this evening just after 10:00 pm, I had a Common Nighthawk calling. There may have been an additional bird or two, but I could not see the birds due to the floodlights in the lot. A nice and unexpected treat!

Joe Fell

Buffalo, NY
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Date: 7/10/20 8:25 pm
From: Bird observations from western New York <geneseebirds-l...>
Subject: [GeneseeBirds-L] Common Nighthawk - Buffalo
While leaving Wegmans (Amherst St - Blackrock) this evening just after
10:00 pm, I had a Common Nighthawk calling. There may have been an
additional bird or two, but I could not see the birds due to the
floodlights in the lot. A nice and unexpected treat!

Joe Fell

Buffalo, NY
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