Date: 11/4/19 7:07 am From: Jerry McWilliams <0000001b5c226889-dmarc-request...> Subject: Erie County waterbird count for November 4, 2019
Location: Sunset Point, Presque Isle State ParkDate: November 4, 2019Time: 0645 to 0915Weather: Cloudy, SW wind to 5 mph, waves less than a foot, 43 FComments:A fair number of Common Loons were moving mainly to the east, with a light movement of ducks, though there was some species diversity. One flock of scaup consisting of about 100 birds was mainly Greater Scaup. The most seen so far this season. Highlight was a Red-necked Grebe flying west. Jennifer Ferrick and Bernie O'Connor assisted with the count.
Canada Goose 3Tundra Swan 2Gadwall 1American Black Duck 2Mallard 10Northern Pintail 5Redhead 4Greater Scaup 75Lesser Scaup 51Unidentified scaup 68Surf Scoter 4White-winged Scoter 4Black Scoter 2Surf/Black scoter 6Bufflehead 32Common Goldeneye 5Hooded Merganser 4Red-breasted Merganser 22Red-throated Loon 5Common Loon 151unidentified loon 13Pied-billed Grebe 1Horned Grebe 1RED-NECKED GREBE 1Dunlin 9Common Tern 1
Other birds moving across the lake:
Bald Eagle 1Merlin 1
Jerry McWilliamsErie, Erie County, <Pa.jerrymcw...>