TTP Nov 19
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I wondered whether it was a bad time to visit, because I hardly saw any birders there.


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I did not find any owls, not surprising, I'm not that good at it to begin with.  I struggled to remember the name of the black backed gull, then laughed.


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When I saw the red heads, I remembered the pic by Shortsighted, and I knew I could never take one as good as that


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This GBH is just too funny


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Didn't see them until they all took off, didn't find out who they were until I got home with field guide. So these are the legendary snow buntings


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I also saw a Peregrine falcon chased a longtailed duck into the water with a huge bang. and a muskrat briefly surfaced. Didn't get shot. But so astonished to be there.


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Way to go Ally.I was thinking of coaxing you to go out a try getting shots of winter water fowland here you are ... already on the job.Outstanding work ethic.


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Nice assortment!


If you were there in the afternoon the birders probably went to Woodbine Park for the Black-throated Gray Warbler that was discovered there.