Monthly Archives: November 2018

A Great Morning!

Following a really quiet nine days, today things were jumping!  Most of the activity was in the Town of Liberty on Tazman Road.  I headed up county this morning as snow was falling lightly and it made for a beautiful … Continue reading

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What can I say?

I haven’t posted in some time. The reason has been that after my last post extolling the great birding of the last number of weeks, the birds vaporized! The deep freeze of Thanksgiving morning (zero) and continued deep freeze for … Continue reading

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Good Birding, but few changes.

The theme of birding this fall seems to be long staying birds.  Many of the birds have been special as they are birds we often see few of, and which take off as fast as they are found.  This weeks … Continue reading

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Winter Finch Update!

I just checked the reports around the state today.  The winter finches are moving our way with some of the highest counts in some time being seen today.  Evening Grosbeaks 37, 53, 68, 72!  Bohemian Waxwings 98! (one location) Common … Continue reading

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Another good day in Sullivan Grasslands

This morning I headed back to the grasslands in Delaware Township to see if the interesting winter birds were still around.  I first found a flock of SNOW BUNTINGS on Gabel Road.  This flock numbered in the mid twenties, and … Continue reading

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Surprisingly good day!

I had planned for several days to head to the grassland area of the county this morning.  I knew that “winter field birds” were just arriving and that the foot of snow we were going to receive on Friday was … Continue reading

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Another good day.

We had 13 inches of snow overnight and most of my morning was dedicated to snow removal.  That said, I had some good birds at my feeders.  The pair of EVENING GROSBEAK visited my feeders three times this morning between … Continue reading

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