Date: 5/25/24 1:33 pm
From: Bob Reiling via <rreiling2...>
Subject: [southbaybirds] Continuing Black Oystercatcher
The BLACK OYSTERCATCHER was well seen this morning in Shoreline Lake, initially while feeding in the water on the northern most point of the island, it then disappeared as it went along the eastern portion of the island to the top of the island. Later it was hard to see as it fed along along the water on the the dark western portion of the island and eventually was again well seen feeding on the far northern most point of the island.
Take care,
Bob Reiling

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