Waterbird Count, April 26

Strong winds in the morning subsided into a nice and calm afternoon. Numbers continue to be about the same. Most notable sighting was a pair of Horned Grebes doing a partial courtship dance.

Canada Goose – 1
Gadwall – 2
Mallard – 3
Redhead – 177
Greater Scaup – 1
White-winged Scoter – 18
Long-tailed Duck – 161
Bufflehead – 2
Common Goldeneye – 9
Common Merganser – 20
Red-breasted Merganser – 90
Unidentified duck sp. – 10
Common Loon – 21
Unidentified loon sp. – 2
Horned Grebe – 8
Red-necked Grebe – 2
Double-Crested Cormorant – 19
Great Blue Heron – 2
Bonaparte’s Gull – 7

Others:
Turkey Vulture – 8
Osprey – 1
Northern Harrier – 2
Sharp-shinned Hawk – 2
Bald Eagle – 12
Broad-winged Hawk – 1
Red-tailed Hawk – 1
Sandhill Crane – 5
Merlin – 1

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