Tim Lenz and I are looking at the bird now. It's in the southeast corner,
floating around. We're looking from dam road at the north end.
On Jul 18, 2014 1:56 PM, "Gian Dodici" <gdod...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I stumbled (almost literally) on what I think is a GREATER SHEARWATER in
> the woods adjacent to a small trib at the north end of DeRuyter Reservoir
> this morning.  The bird seemed to be in decent condition so I released it
> into the reservoir where it was last seen swimming in the northwest corner
> of the reservoir.  Not sure how long it's been around, or how it ended up
> in the woods, but it appears to be a long way from home.
> https://plus.google.com/photos/108162973708281960515/albums/6037460891881380593
> Gian
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