Glaucous Gull continues at Budd Lake, Mar. 3, 2013

Mike Hiotis just called. He refound the Glaucous Gull at Budd Lake originally found yesterday. At least 3 of the Lesser Black-backed Gulls are in the same vicinity. The Glaucous Gull is currently along the west shore – not the easiest viewing location at the lake. Here is a map of the lake.

[Editor’s Note: correction to the location given above. Mike Hiotis comments that the location he saw the Glaucous Gull was actually the municipal beach area we call the south end, and not the west shore he described it as.]

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2 Responses to Glaucous Gull continues at Budd Lake, Mar. 3, 2013

  1. Mike Hiotis says:

    Jonathan I misled you when explaining the Glaucous Gull location.It is where Jeff originally found it at the southern part of the lake by the swimming beach.Turn off Rte 46 west into the parking lot.At times it was picking at a duck carcass on the ice next to the beach.

  2. Pingback: Glaucous Gull at Budd Lake report, Mar. 3, 2013 | mocosoco Birds

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