I saw a Red-necked Grebe last evening (5/1) in Stephen Young Marsh at
Missisquoi NWR. This might be a first for the marsh. Also saw a pair of
Buffleheads, which are rare in the marsh.
On Mon, Apr 30, 2018 at 9:48 AM, Fred and Chris Pratt <[log in to unmask]>
> That is a pretty good list indeed. I wonder about Berlin Pond....
> On 4/30/2018 9:32 AM, Chip Darmstadt wrote:
>> Your report Fred inspired me to stop at the Wrightsville Res. (just up the
>> road from the North Branch Nature Center) before work this morning.
>> Wrightsville is usually pretty quiet, but today there were 4 loons, 3
>> Long-tailed Ducks, 2 Red-necked Grebes, 12 Bufflehead and 9 Wood Ducks.
>> Best, Chip
>> Chip Darmstadt, Executive Director
>> North Branch Nature Center
>> (802) 229-6206
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Vermont Birds <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Fred and Chris
>> Sent: Sunday, April 29, 2018 7:20 PM
>> To: [log in to unmask]
>> Subject: [VTBIRD] Red-necked Grebe fallout, Caledonia County; other
>> of note
>> Today (April 29) a major fallout of Red-necked Grebes just above Comerford
>> Dam on the Connecticut River in Caledonia County. For specifics refer to
>> ebird report for today. In addition to 48 Red-necked Grebes, we had a
>> second-winter Iceland Gull, an adult Common Tern, 6 Bonaparte's Gull, a
>> Black Scoter and representative numbers of Herring Gulls, Ring-billed
>> Lesser Scaup and Bufflehead. My only regret is that the whole of Team
>> was not here to enjoy this spectacular birding event.
>> Fred Pratt