While I imagine that many of you know about this bird already, I wanted to pass the news along. A few of us loaded up and found the previously reported Ross's Gull Tuesday in Chambly - a very cool bird! We found the bird a little after 4pm - when it has been fairly regular, but we were in the area all day to make sure we gave it the time it needed since it has been found early in the morning and also in mid afternoon. The Quebec listserves have updated info and the Ontario listserve could be of help as well. It has been reported through today.
Here are some directions from Ontariobirds:
Directions: no specific directions were given on the Quebec forum, but the marina mentioned appears to be on avenue Bourgogne at the south-east end of the lake. To reach that spot, from Ontario, either from the 401 or the 417, take highway 30 and exit at highway 112. Go in the East direction on highway 112 through Carignan, continue on boul de Perigny to boul Fréchette. Turn left on Fréchette then right on Bougogne.
Also found as we searched for the Ross's Gull:
A nice collection of ducks - Pintail, Wigeon, Gadwall, Goldeneye, Lesser Scaup, Mergs, etc
A few (high count of 4) Red-necked Grebes
Rough-legged Hawk enroute
Saranac Lake, NY