I wonder if that’s the same Spottie we saw on last year’s Brooklyn CBC? Same 




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Subject: [nysbirds-l] Gulling in Brooklyn & Queens


The highlights from Gulling at multiple sites in Brooklyn and Queens include.


Black-legged Kittiwake (1) adult seen in a massive flock of Gulls just off Riis 
Park in Queens, That flock also produced 1 Iceland and 2 Lesser Black-backed 


2 Banded Herring Gulls and 1 banded Ring-billed Gull. Both of the banded 
Herring Gulls are from the Apploedore Island banding program.


At Bush Army Terminal Park in Brooklyn, I locked onto a late Spotted Sandpiper; 
very likely the same one I observed on October 28th. CBC folks will want to 
keep tabs on this one for their count as it is hanging around.




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