Date: 3/3/17 11:22 am
From: <hotto2010...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Re: Mew Gull - NO
I stopped by Sears this morning around 7:45. There were probably 20 birds
in the upper deck parking area near the entrance to Dick;s. Did not see the
Mew Gull.

On Friday, March 3, 2017 at 1:59:21 PM UTC-5, Steve Mirick wrote:
> I stopped by the Rockingham Park area in Salem today at noon to try to
> relocate the Mew discovered by Kyle on Wednesday. No luck. This is the
> 2nd time I've searched and come up empty.
> As Kyle suggested, the gulls are sporadic. The Sears Auto Center was
> pretty much a bust a mid-day. Zero today at noon. Most of the gulls
> were in the area of the Market Basket parking lots along Route 28 and
> they appear to be on the roof top at the Target Store near the
> intersection with Cluff Road. I was hoping to find it here, but no
> luck. For those of you who have been birding the area for a while, it
> was the nearby Toys R Us store roof top that hosted a NORTHERN WHEATEAR
> back in September 2006!
> If you visit, I suggest earlier in the day before the traffic gets
> crazy. Lunch hour is NOT a good time to visit! :-( Also, it might
> help to bring along some bread to try to bring in the gulls. :-)
> You are guaranteed to find Fish Crows in the here. Clearly this is
> "ground zero" for Fish Crows in New Hampshire. Had a flock of 35+ crows
> swarming overhead at one point this afternoon. I think that most or all
> of them were Fish Crows. There ARE a few American Crows around, but the
> Fish Crows are most gregarious in this area.
> Steve Mirick
> Bradford, MA

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