I drove out to the Newell Street John Deere pond around 4:30 this afternoon and wasn't able to relocate the female type Black Scoter after a solid thirty minutes of scanning the pond with my camera. 50 or so Ring-necked Ducks were seen on the pond as well as a lone male Canvasback.
On Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 12:15:15 PM UTC-6, Tommy Stone wrote: > > This morning at work, I observed a female type Black Scoter on the John > Deere pond (n.e. site ) My dad, Tom Stone sr. reported it was still there > about an hour ago. The pond is on private property off of Newell st. in > Waterloo on north side of road. The pond has been great for waterfowl > probably because there is very little human disturbance. > > Good birding, > Tommy Stone, Waterloo >