Seawatch - Saturday, September 29, 2018

Today was another slow day with northwest winds.  There were some decent sized flocks of Double-crested Cormorants that ended up totaling nearly 400 birds, but the flocks were few and far between.  There were far fewer scoters, gulls, and other birds.  The afternoon, however, saw an uptick in butterflies!  85 Monarchs and dozens of Common Buckeyes flew by the Seawatch, which was quite enjoyable to watch and count.

Check out the totals here!

Good birding,

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