Just wanted to add that I first saw the gyrfalcon at 3 PM (thanks to the couple 
parked on Stahl Rd with a scope set up on it). It quickly flew south to land on 
the east side of Seybolt Rd (nabbing a duck dinner on it’s way) about 200 yards 
south of Stahl Rd. It stayed there for about 20 minutes, then flew back north a 
few hundred yards, and was still in the area when I left. Photos can be seen on 
the Eaton Birding Society facebook page.

Mark Miller 

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