[Ontbirds] Dotterel No, Hudwit, sort of!

Andrew Keaveney uofgtwitcher at msn.com
Sun Oct 4 11:55:29 EDT 2015


Hey Birders. So about 15 birders have been out since dawn looking for yesterday's Eurasian Dotterel. A few people have briefly seen the Hudsonian Godwit, though it has proven elusive to many of us.

Other shorebirds:

Dunlin, Black-bellied and American Golden-Plovers, Pectoral, White-rumped. Perhaps others. Flocks of up to 200 shorebirds have been seen flying past. 

Eastern Meadowlark, Lapland Longspur, Green-winged Teal and Pied-billed Grebe also present.

The search continues after I finish the all you can eat brunch in Sauble Beach.

Directions: Oliphant harbour is north of Sauble Beach on the lower west side of the Bruce Peninsula.

Cheers,

Andrew Keaveney (and Alex Stone)
647-383-8894
Sent from my iPhone



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