Checklist S54929028

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Owner Jonah Levy

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  • 0.15 mi

Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.9.9

Observations

  1. Number observed: 4
  2. Number observed: 2

    Details: Pair fw with mall.

  3. Number observed: 7
  4. Number observed: 15

    Details: Fw. Estimate.

  5. Number observed: 8

    Details: 4 pairs

  6. Number observed: 19

    Details: All fw.

  7. Number observed: 486

    Details: New high count on the year. Steadily moving w in groups of 3-5 for all five hours.

  8. Number observed: 4

    Details: 3m 1f FW.

  9. Number observed: 23

    Details: Mostly fw.

  10. Number observed: 16
  11. Number observed: 513

    Details: New high count on year, flying west in pairs and groups of 5-10 for all 5 hours

  12. merganser sp.

    Number observed: 7
  13. duck sp.

    Number observed: 1
  14. Number observed: 19

    Details: All presumed eventually fw. Several stopped to loaf and fish.

  15. Number observed: 1

    Details: FOY. fw.

  16. grebe sp.

    Number observed: 4
  17. Number observed: 16

    Details: 1 2cy

  18. Number observed: 12
  19. gull sp.

    Number observed: 50
  20. Number observed: 247

    Details: New high count on year. Exact count over 5 hours; only two birds stopped to loaf, one of which (still in half winter plumage) continued on west shortly. All others due west with zero return flights. Was scanning thru the scope the whole time so would have seen eastward fliers. Spectacular to see so many! Mostly lone or small groups, max group size 8. Perhaps early for a count this high, but ice out has been late, so this was probably a release of backed up rbme, ltdu, and colo from down near Cheboygan.

  21. loon sp.

    Number observed: 23

    Details: Most fw. Too far or intermediate in appearance bw colo and rtlo.

  22. Number observed: 9

    Details: Over up.

  23. Number observed: 1
  24. Number observed: 1
  25. Number observed: 2
  26. Number observed: 1
  27. passerine sp.

    Number observed: 3

    Details: Bcch or gcki in the trees, hard to hear from wind and having hood up. Possibly other spp. I don’t remember, so passerine sp. should suffice.