[CT Birds] Reminder of missing Ivory Gull

Mark Barriger mark8bud8 at hotmail.com
Wed Jan 27 14:35:11 EST 2010

I apologize for that last post. It was actually an e-mail that I meant to forward to my wife who was asking me about Ivory Gulls. Instead I replied all and was sent to everyone. Sorry,

Mark Barriger
Cheshire, CT
Mark8bud8 at hotmail.com

> From: david.f.provencher at dom.com
> To: ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org
> Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2010 11:12:19 -0500
> Subject: [CT Birds] Reminder of missing Ivory Gull
> The NH/MA/RI Ivory Gull is still missing in action. At this point it could easily be anywhere in CT. The species loves carrion and is often found around fishing boats and fishing docks (Stonington for example). If only a whale carcass would wash up in Niantic Bay I might get it from my office window! The changes in the Arctic may be pushing more Ivory Gulls southwards in winter and another adult has recently been found in Georgia (too soon to be the NH/MA/RI bird). The first Ivory Gull I ever saw was in Tennessee believe it or not. I'll bet that New England bird is found again somewhere...
> Dave Provencher
> Naturally New England<http://naturallynewengland.blogspot.com/>
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