Seawatch, 10 November 2015

Tuesday was full of surprises and nice, albeit rainy, 'welcome home' for Migration Count Coordinator, Tom Reed. A female King Eider showed off throughout the day, feeding and resting just off the jetty, while a Pomarine Jaeger flew by, heading south down the coast. Also visiting the Avalon Seawatch was a Red Phalarope who feed on the beachfront directly in front of the new Seawatch Shack!
Counter: Tom Reed
Total for the day: 2,472
Total birds for the season: 470,875

11/10Season Totals

ABDU - American Black Duck11657
BLSC - Black Scoter8532,451
BOGU - Bonaparte's Gull65418
BUFF - Bufflehead6353
COLO - Common Loon7998
DWSC-SP - Surf/Black (Dark-winged) Scoter Species74131,770
FOTE - Forster's Tern4115,676
GBBG - Great Black-backed Gull4857
GLSC - Greater/Lesser Scaup2958
GWTE - Green-winged Teal76,797
HERG - Herring Gull193,718
JAEGER-SP - Jaeger Species117
KIEI - King Eider11
LAGU - Laughing Gull23428,411
LTDU - Long-tailed Duck4108
NOGA - Northern Gannet20758,394
PAJA - Parasitic Jaeger5583
POJA - Pomarine Jaeger11
RBGU - Ring-billed Gull41,211
REPH - Red Phalarope11
ROYT - Royal Tern62,275
RTLO - Red-throated Loon1193,177
SCOTER-SP - Scoter Species10318,258
SUSC - Surf Scoter77266,312
UNDU - Duck Species261,543

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