There was very little activity on the lake, but thousands of ducks were on Rondeau Bay.
I did not spend much time looking at them though. The majority off the old Rondeau dock were Redhead.
I continued on to Ridgetown where we always find lots of waterfowl. I was hoping for Greater White-fronted Geese, and was not disappointed. However, they were difficult to pick out from a distance, and they were quite spread out. Some were at the far side of the north pond, while some were at the far side of the south pond!
Lots of Tundra Swans were in of course and I tried to look for Bewick's (to no avail).
The flooded field off McGeachy Pond at Erieau was active once again.
Lots of gulls, including a Lesser Black-backed and a Glaucous were there.
That was it for today, except for a check of Roberta Stewart Wetland near Wallaceburg. It is quite an attractive place for waterfowl at this time.