Winds were not the greatest, but there was a fair bit of activity. I got on the female King Eider right away, but it was far out. It and a lot of scoters were staying far off shore.
A few hundred bonies were hanging around and only one adult Little Gull amongst them. Most were on the Port Huron side.
Gadwall on Lake Huron
The above was the only ship this morning. I have also seen Brant and Puffin in the past!
Some loons and grebes (Horned and Red-necked) were far out. None were flying today. I was on a loon very far out that looked somewhat like an adult Pacific, but who knows.
American Tree Sparrow at Perch Creek
After a few non-productive hours there, I went over to Perch Creek. Quite a few birds were around including a large number of robins. I checked the pines for owls and found one Long-eared playing peek-aboo.
Did not get close enough to flush it.