With the widespread deepfreeze, more ice has formed.
Lots of ducks were off the north end of Corunna, but no Barrow's Goldeneye or Tufted Duck!
It will be interesting to see what happens if this real winter persists. It could be good for gulls on the river! Yesterday it felt like Ivory Gull conditions!
|Not an Ivory Gull|
Today we woke up to a little more snow. We have already had enough and winter is just starting.
I headed over to St. Clair NWA for a frigid walk. Waterfowl was packed like sardines into a couple small open patches. However, it was too distant to make out any detail.
It is certainly a far cry from last year when I found the Nelson's Sparrow. I only had one each of Tree, Song and Swamp today. No marsh wrens of course.
The CBC there is on Monday, so we will see how that fares.