Date: 11/30/18 2:30 pm
From: Phil Brown <pdpbrown...>
Subject: [MBBIRDS] Natural Bridges
I went down to the NB overlook this morning to see if the storm had brought
in anything interesting. It was mostly the usuals, though numbers of winter
gulls are increasing (GLAUCOUS-WINGED, MEW, ICELAND, HERRING). There were a
couple of LONG-BILLED CURLEWS on the beach which was a nice find, they were
accompanied by WHIMBRELS and MARBLED GODWITS. An AMERICAN PIPIT was
foraging on the rock closest to the lot for some great views. The rangers
were keeping people off the beach because of the high surf, that definitely
helped.

Phil Brown

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