It was a little clearer at Sarnia and some of the Sarnia Bay waterfowl were at the parking lot along Front Street.
At the lakewatch on Lake Huron, the massive number of Long-tailed Ducks were in view.
I watched there for some time but the ducks were 99% Long-tailed--probably around 4000 birds. I did see two White-winged Scoters and a few Red-breasted Mergansers and Redhead.
Very few gulls are around right now.
After some shopping and an early lunch, I headed down Blackwell Sideroad and right away spotted a Snowy Owl atop a pole.
Sarnia Solar Snowy
A robin was beside the old landfill. Earlier I saw two robins at Brander Park in Port Lambton. Robins seem to be everywhere this winter. Yesterday morning a small flock flew over the marina at Port Lambton.
A number of ducks and Canada Geese were in a cornfield between London Line and Confederation, but I did not see anything noteworthy.
There are several Short-eared Owls at the Sarnia solar farm this winter, best seen at dusk. Perhaps I will head up that way during that time of day.