Thanks for posting, Jay.

Several of us had the HUDWIT in the pool at the refuge visitor’s center 
yesterday, early afternoon. Good looks from the balcony. About 15 minutes after 
being first seen it took off and flew NNE until we lost sight of it. It 
appeared to be heading towards K-M. We checked there an hour later and were 
unable to spot it. 

The visitor’s center pool held an ever-changing set of shorebirds: Long-billed 
Dowitchers, Stilt Sandpiper, and Dunlin.

Bob McGuire
> On Oct 7, 2018, at 10:36 AM, Jay McGowan <> wrote:
> The HUDSONIAN GODWIT that has been reported intermittently the last few days 
> is currently in Knox-Marsellus Marsh at Montezuma NWR as viewed from East 
> Road (Seneca County). It seems to be favoring a more vegetated area in the 
> middle of the marsh but will come out to more open areas in the northast 
> section occasionally.
> Jay McGowan
> Ithaca, NY
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