[CT Birds] Hammo CAGU info - request for updates

Darlene djmoore67 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 15:33:14 EDT 2016

When I left Hammo about 1130, no sign of the Mew or Cali gull. 
We could see many gulls far out, but too far for any ID.
Also on the way out just before the exit on the left hand side behind the Osprey platform I could see lots of gulls feeding in an inlet near what looked to be a marina. This was my first visit to Hammo, so sorry for the cryptic directions. 
I left other birders there, maybe it will come in at dusk again... It was rather blustery today on the beach


Darlene J Moore MN, RN, NNP-BC
Farmington, CT
djmoore67 at gmail.com

> On Mar 24, 2016, at 3:22 PM, julian hough via CTBirds <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org> wrote:
> If anyone went to Hammo today and has updates on the gull flock at Hammo, please post. If there are good numbers of gulls still present and the CAGU and Mew Gull(s) may be still around it might be good to know. 
> I noticed Darlene posted earlier to say there were no gulls at all, and I am wondering if it is true that they all have moved on?
> People will still be interested in traveling to see these birds here so an update tomorrow before the holiday would be helpful to those on the list. 
> Thanks in advance, Julian Hough  New Haven, CT 06519 www.naturescapeimages.wordpress.com
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