Cayuga County New York Bird watching

                                                                  Bird   watching has attracted much attention in recent years as an environmentally   friendly way of producing more visitor spending. Bird-watchers normally spend   the early morning hours bird watching and then have the rest of the day to   shop, dine, and visit attractions, creating a great deal of visitor spending   revenue. With this in mind, the Cayuga County Office of Tourism has developed   a new brochure to help visitors find the birding ‘hot spots’ around the   County. The brochure will be launched with the showing of “The Big   Year” at Auburn Public Theater at the 8 p.m. screenings on October 18   and 19. The first 25 people each night will receive FREE ‘For the Birds’ caps   compliments of the Tourism Office and all attendees will be given coupons   provided by Cedar Craft Wild Bird Center. “The Big Year” is the   story of three fanatical bird-watchers (Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, Jack   Black) and how they spend an entire year competing to spot the highest number   of species. Tickets are $5 in advance, $6 at the door. Join us for a night of   bird -brain fun!