Neotropic Cormorant- YES, Muskegon Sightings 5-8
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Thu May 8 17:44:05 EDT 2008
The Neotropic Cormorant was seen today by myself and Lyle Hamilton around 9:30am today. It was feeding actively in the same spot as previously reported. We watched it for a while, and left it still feeding.
We then birded Muskegon Wastewater where we had some interesting sightings. A Willet was present right at the beginning (sorry, I don't know the cell names!). Also Least and Semipalmated Sandpipers, Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs, Semipalmated Plover, Dunlin and Killdeer were the shorebirds seen. We found the Eared Grebe in the cell right behind the Willet cell. We also had a Surf Scoter and Purple Martin. Along the fields past the model plane buildings, we had multiple Brewer's Blackbirds. Some good birds for the wastewater!
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