I took a brief stroll around the Stewart Park swan pen yesterday and there
were a half dozen Common Mergs playing around the rocks next to the
lighthouse jetty, mostly female or immature. The only notable birds on my

On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 11:03 AM Dave Nutter <nutter.d...@me.com> wrote:

> Yesterday evening I took a walk along the Cayuga Waterfront Trail to
> Treman Marina. At dusk I saw a flock of 20 COMMON MERGANSERS flying south
> over the Inlet. They made a wide turn over Cass Park and returned toward
> the lake. These were the first Common Mergansers I’ve seen for many weeks.
> Maybe that’s a reflection on how little time & effort I’ve made, but
> they’ve seemed scarce at the south end of the lake lately
> - - Dave Nutter
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