Pte. Mouillee SGA, July 20th, 2008
bmurphy22 at hotmail.com
Sun Jul 20 22:38:45 EDT 2008
Today Adam Byrne and I surveyed Pte. Mouillee and had a few nice birds. Most exciting was the presence of 4 very young Black-necked Stilts feeding with their parents in the Southwest corner of Long Pond. The young birds were often very difficult to see. Other nice bird were an adult Long-billed Dowitcher in Long Pond and the continued presence of the Snowy Egret which was located on a small mud island in the northern part of the Lead Unit. A Least Bittern was seen in the Walpatich Unit. Most of the shorebirds were present in Long Pond.
Shorebirds today included:
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