Were there any sightings of this bird today?
South Glens Falls, NY
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From: "Gregory R. Askew" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2005 4:00 PM
Subject: Re: [VTBIRD] thayer's gull in Burlington
> The quickest way to get to Blodgett Beach is to turn onto Lakeside
> (Drive?) off
> of Pine Street (Cumberland Farms is on the corner). Drive under the bike
> just past the General Dynamics building and then try to find a place to
> park on
> one of the residential streets. You can get a view of the rocks that Paula
> mentioned from a parking area on the grounds of the Blodgett factory (and
> guess you should ask before trespassing); however, the best place to view
> rocks is from the beach, which is a short walk north on the bike path. To
> the bike path head back towards where it crosses over Lakeside Drive.
> I was there this morning and I don't believe that the Thayer's was
> Having viewed the recent Iceland Gull(s) I had somewhat of a sense of what
> was looking for. Yet I'm still green with my gulls so I might've
> overlooked it.
> There was, however, an impression congregation of ducks and the three
> gulls. Possibly a couple redpolls as well.
> Greg Askew
> Quoting Hector Galbraith <[log in to unmask]>:
>> Could someone clarify for me where Blodgett Beach is? Is it on Lake
>> Champlain? Also, has anyone seen the gull over the last day or so?
>> Hector Galbraith PhD
>> Galbraith Environmental Sciences LLC
>> 837 Camp Arden Rd., Dummerston, VT05301
>> 802 365 9119 (phone)