The Eider was there early Thursday, around 8:00, 75 feet to left of pier. Later that day, someday said they had an unidentified “duck” just out of scope range for ID. They thought it could have been the Eider.
Kings Mtn. NC
From: Jack Rogers
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 2:25 PM
To: Carolinabirds Listserve
Subject: Dickcissel-Myrtle Beach SP, Horry co., SC
Matt Janson and I just saw the continuing Dickcissel at the Myrtle Beach SP. I'd wager it a first winter female. It was hanging out around the feeders at the nature center and would sometimes scratch around the ground at the picnic tables between the center and the campground.
We did not see the Common Eider today, and when I was here Thursday I did not have it either.
Mt Pleasant, SC