Monthly Archives: January 2011
The morning greeted us with four inches of snow. As the day progressed snowfall added four more inches. Because of the snow cover the bird feeders were very busy. The usual contingent of Dark-eyed Juncos were the first to arrive. … Continue reading
Montezuma Audubon Center After lunch decided to take a drive north to see what birds might be out and about the Montezuma Audubon Center (MAC). Other than a few crows there were no visible birds on the ride over. After … Continue reading
Reelin’ & Rockin’ Lyrics: Chuck Berry Some-times I will, then again I think I won’t. Some-times I will, then again I think I won’t. Some- times I do, then again I think I don’t. Well, I looked at my watch … Continue reading
Unbelievable balmy day for January. Drove over to Union Springs to see what birds might be there. Pulling in beside the Mill Pond immediately observed a bevy of Mallards and Canada Geese along the east and west shorelines of the … Continue reading
This cold but snowless afternoon I decided to refer once again to Rich and Sue Freeman’s Take a Hike! Family Walks in New York’s Finger Lakes Region Guide Book (Footprint Press) and revisit the Auburn-Fleming Trail. Previous walks October and … Continue reading
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