A mile jaunt down & back,  above Lansing Station Rd shore, revealed 2, maybe 3 
COMMON LOONS, with gull escorts, as well as a few MALLARDS, C. MERGS, & the now 
usual CORMORANTS.

The latter like to sit on my buoys airing their wings.
Also a lovely soaring RED TAILED HAWK. I always hope it is the one I took to 
Vet School Wildlife clinic in Feb. , that was more or less 'cured' of lead 
poisoning.

Donna Scott
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