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Birding Report Presqu’ile Bird Report for 5-11 April 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: BLACK SCOTER, RUDDY DUCK, CAROLINA WREN Birds continue to show up but the big numbers have yet to arrive.  They, and us, are still waiting for a big southerly push of warm air.  Waterfowl numbers are now dropping and most diving ducks are usually well-out in Presqu’ile Bay making viewing difficult in all but calm conditions.  Most expected landbirds are arriving on schedule but numbers are still low. An immature TRUMPETER SWAN was seen from the causeway on 6 Apr.  An early female BLACK SCOTER was seen at the lighthouse on
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Birding Report Presqu’ile Bird Report for 29 Mar – 4 Apr 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: BLACK SCOTER, RUDDY DUCK, RED-SHOULDERED HAWK, LONG-EARED OWL, BROWN THRASHER The cool weather and northerly winds have kept migration somewhat at bay but new birds continue to trickle in in spite of opposing winds.  The ice is now gone from the bays and marsh and waterfowl have scattered, mostly heading for the north side of Presqu’ile Bay where they can be best viewed from Gosport in the south end of Brighton. Most of the expected waterfowl are present, with several species being seen in large numbers.  Two TUNDRA
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