Thursday, March 25, 2010

Kelp Gull still at Costa del Este

A quick visit to Costa del Este at yesterday's noon produced a distant Kelp Gull that, as far as I can see, is an adult. The bird was at the tideline at the mouth of the Matías Hernández river, close to a flock of cormorants and pelicans, plus tons of Royal Terns. Probably is the same bird that has been around for a while.
Also, in the place were lots of Western and Least Sandpipers, few Black Skimmers, only two or three Franklin's Gulls, White Ibises and Marbled Godwits among other common species.

1 comment:

  1. you take great pix, I only have a small dig. camera, but still get some decent shot here in Pedasi. Ciao Bartolo Tumolo