Date: 8/4/17 3:51 am
From: Dave Tucker <dhtucker...>
Subject: [Maine-birds] Fort Foster evening seawatch
Have taken to sitting on a convenient bench with spotting scope and bins
from roughly 6 to 8 pm a couple days a week at Fort Foster in Kittery Pt to
scan for southbound activity from the southernmost bit of Maine that you
don't need a boat to get to. Last night's highlights included a flock of
twenty five Bonaparte's Gulls, bright in the evening light, a snowy egret,
many barn swallows, small flocks of peeps, and a lot of common terns. Not
to mention the eiders, gulls, and cormorants that litter the waterways.
Waiting for whimbrels now.



Dave Tucker, Kittery Pt

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