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DE Tufted Duck, MD Kelp Gull
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- Date: Sat, 02 Dec 2000 22:12:40 -0500
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Just got back from a whirlwind day in the Delmarva seeing the Kelp Gull in
Sandgates, MD and the hen Tufted Duck in Dewey Beach, DE. If anyone would like
directions etc. please let me know. The Tufted Duck is in an especially easy
place to find. The bird is on a 2 acre pond in an apartment complex so she is
particularly easy to see and see well. This is her second year at this spot.
There is also at least 1 male Harlequin Duck at Ocean City Inlet, Ocean City MD.
Again, this is a very convenient spot from which to observe this species as
there is a parking lot immediately adjacent to the inlet (no walking!!). The
Grey Kingbird was not seen in the previously reported spot just north of
Now for a bit of NC stuff to ensure I remain legal here on the listserve:
West Lake pond still seems to show the best variety of ducks in the southern
Wake Cty. area. Present Friday were Canvasback, Ring-necked, Bufflehead,
Gadwall, and American Wigeon. The numbers of Canvasback tend to fluctuate from
day to day, but at least 40 have been present on each of my visits. Strange how
they like this particular pond to the exclusion of most others in the area.
Must be growing a good kind of pond weed over there!
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