Does anybody know from where I can view the three american avocets that are being reported near the mouth of the Serpentine River?
Today (Oct 19) Boundary Bay was fairly quiet, a Swainson's Thrush in the woodlot near 112th was the lone highlight. A male eurasian wigeon was amongst the american wigeons. Few shorebirds around as well, 40+ Black-bellies, 40+ Long-billed Dowitchers, dozen greater yellowlegs, 10+ Dunlin and a few peeps flying by here and there. Maybe it was the peregrine at the foot of 104th that wouldn't let anything settle.