Sunday, April 05, 2009

April 5, 2009: Birding the Montezuma NWR area (NY)

Today we spent some time birding around Montezuma NWR, and the Savannah Mucklands, in the Finger Lakes region.

Sandhill Cranes (East Rd - Savannah)
Tree Swallow (East Rd- Savannah)

Flyover Bald Eagle (East Rd - Savannah, NY)

Wild Turkey (East Rd - Savannah, NY)
Red-Tailed Hawk (East Rd-Savannah)

Towpath Road - Port Byron Photos:
Northern Pintail
American Black Ducks

Bald Eagle (Savannah Mucklands)
Savannah Sparrow at the Savannah Mucklands!
Savannah Audubon Nature Center:
Trumpeter Swan
A variety of flying ducks
Montezuma NWR: Above and Below: Osprey nests

Canada Goose
Northern Shoveler
Blue-Winged Teal
Above and below: A very cooperative Great Blue Heron

Song Sparrow
Green-Winged Teal
American Wigeon
Ring-Necked Duck
Trumpeter Swans (N. Montezuma)
Ring-Necked Pheasant
Tree Swallow

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