- Killdeer at Schuylerville school!
Re: Killdeer at Schuylerville school!
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The behavioral post regarding Buffleheads was in error...the species I meant to describe was Common Goldeneyes. I did see Buffleheads, but they were not performing courtship displays.
At the end of the school day today, a pair of Merlins were heard calling.
Spring is definitely making an appearance today. Found 1 very vocal Killdeer on the Turf Field today at 8:55 AM as I was outside teaching my students about Mendelian Genetics and Inheritance of Alleles. All of my students were happy to hear the bird as I pointed out that its presence was a sign of Spring!
At Hudson Crossing, the trail entrance next to the big gravel parking lot is hosting a very loud Carolina Wren right next to the outhouse.
The river at Hudson Crossing is the stage for several Bufflehead performing their awesome courtship displays, with their heads flipping back toward their tails and their feet kicking up a splash of water over their backs all while making their "peent" calls.
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