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Thread subject: LI Landscape Scenes
Name Date Message
terryo 01/17/10 03:34 pm Yesterday, I took a few pictures of the 9 osprey nests I inspected along with some pictures of chickadees eating out of my hand and some beach scenes. Quite cold at 7:30am when I did my first nest search but it's good exercise and hopefully the birds will appreciate our efforts come March. See pictures below: Don't forget to double click to enlarge the pictures.



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Celeste 01/18/10 05:48 am Really nice Terryo...Haven't been out that way in a while...you reminded me how pretty it is even when it's cold! Some of those poles are really leaning. Thanks! :)
Nancy L 01/18/10 11:28 am Thanks for the pictures, Terry. Was that on the north shore of the South Fork? Was that the Little Peconic Bay with the North fork across the water? Was that Robbins Island?.....Or am I completely off. Did those chickadees go on your hand at Morton Wildlife Preserve or just 'anywhere?'
terryo 01/18/10 12:07 pm Correct Nancy most of the nests I checked on were off Noyack Road betwwen S'hampton and Sag Harbor. Some were off of Little Peconic Bay, sone nests off of Noyack Creek and Noyack Bay and one off of Sag Harbor Bay.
Yes I fed the chickadees as I was checking on the Morton NWR nest. I have to have a little play time along the way (lol). There were several photographers already staked out along the trail doing their photo thing. I found a private spot along the trail to the beach and a couple of the chickadees were waiting to be fed so I obliged them.
Nancy L 01/19/10 10:37 am The chicadees are so light-weight on ones fingers. It's also fun to watch them select or reject a seed.
Pam 01/19/10 06:35 pm Just looked at your slideshow Terry...thank you. Very interesting as always. I have never seen a chickadee for real (I have a little pottery one someone bought me in NY state). So you still have snow and ice. We finally got rid of ours thank goodness.

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