A Good Day, things about the same.

The two Surf Scoters continue on Yankee Lake.  The two Bonaparte’s Gulls continue on Swan Lake. The Pectoral Sandpiper count on Resnick Road is up by one to four birds among the many Killdeer and Vesper Sparrows can be found around the county in good habitat.  I couldn’t find any Red-necked Grebe today, but they may still be around.  The birds that made the biggest influx into the county overnight were Common Mergansers, Bufflehead and Ring-billed Gulls.  I had some at almost all locations. There were six Common Goldeneye on Lake Superior.  That about wraps it up!

One last thing, If you get the chance, check out Nick Hawvermales photo of the Orange-crowned Warbler at the Deli Fields! Just go to the Sullivan County bar chart in ebird and click on map and then the red spot for Orange-crowned at the Bashakill.  Great photos Nick!

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