A good number of gulls were at the outlet of the Lambton Generating Station. Quite a few Great Black-backed and Herrring. As well, a fair number of Ring-billed. The rings usually get scarce on the river by this time of year, so hopefully some will stick around another week for the Wallaceburg CBC on the 29th.
A young Glaucous Gull was the only notable one there.
I drove some back roads home, but did not see much. Two small flocks of Snow Buntings were nice and only a few Horned Larks. The larks have been scarce lately!
A couple of sparrow types dove into ditches as I drove by, but I could not get on them.
Hawks, as I mentioned before, are very scarce so far. Only saw one Northern Harrier!
Hopefully things will pick up now that we have some colder weather and snow to concentrate birds.