The Bald Eagle at the top of the page was taken March 13, 1997 at Montezuma NWR. I managed to get pictures of two rare (in Rochester) migrants that visited this spring, summer tanager and worm-eating warbler. The tanager visited a feeder in Irondequoit for several days. Unfortunately, the day was quite overcast, and the motion of tanager made the tanager photos a bit blurry (slides taken a few minutes later came out much better!). Worm-eating warblers are a bit more common here, with one or two being seen in most years. This year, one showed up on top of Cobb's Hill. on Sunday, May 11.
|Worm-eating Warbler||Summer Tanager|
These include a Bobolink and Chipping Sparrow from the Nations Road area in June 1997, a singing Prothonotary Warbler from Montezuma NWR. (one of a pair that nested there), and a Chestnut-sided Warbler from spring migration.
|Nations Road, June 1997||Nations Road, June 1997|
|Prothonotary Warbler||Chestnut-sided Warbler|
|Montezuma NWR, June 1997||Cobb's Hill, May 1997|
All images copyright © 1997 by John H. Boyd III
More Bird Photos
I have two more sets of bird photos from NY. Set #2, includes snow geese, mute swans, great blue heron, green-winged teal, black-throated blue and palm warblers, and black-capped chickadees. Set #3 focuses on gulls, with a Saw-whet as a bonus.