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dan&erika <[log in to unmask]>
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dan&erika <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 7 Jan 2011 19:58:34 -0700
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Erika and I were also in Prescott this morning.  We also saw 2 Thayer's
Gulls, 1 adult and 1 first cycle.  We did not see the Iceland or the
Ring-billed Gulls.  We photographed a Thayer's Gull and a Herring Gull near
Lock 2 In Hastings.  I will post these in my blog in a few days.  We also
unsuccessfully searched for the Barrow's Goldeneye.  We found a first year
winter male Common Goldeneye, which I will also post on the blog shortly.  I
will let you know when these postings are made.


On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 6:14 PM, Scott Loss <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> The mixed gull flock that has graced the stretch of Mississippi River
> between St. Paul and Hastings over the last month was re-found this evening
> further downriver in Prescott, Wisconsin.  The flock included 1 adult
> Iceland Gull (likely the 3rd time I have seen this individual, in the 3rd
> different location), 2 Thayer's Gulls (1 adult, 1 first cycle), plus the
> numerous Herrings and few Ring-billeds.  The gulls were viewed from the
> marina just south of downtown Prescott on the east side of the river;
> however, they were seen flying and swimming back and forth from MN to WI.
> I attempted to spot the previously reported Barrow's Goldeneye from Point
> Douglas just across the river, without success; though it wasn't a thorough
> search due to the bitterly cold wind in my face.  Hundreds of goldeneyes
> remain viewable from Pt. Douglas, and this would be another spot to scan for
> gulls if they're not at the marina.
> Scott Loss
> St. Paul
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Dan or Erika Tallman
Northfield, Minnesota
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