“Bronx” Brendan Keogh reported to me this morning that he saw the bird flying 
over the area of Hunter Island in Pelham Bay Park, Bronx, and it looked to be 
headed south. His call was at about noon.

I guess the Pelican decided it’s nicer in Sanibel Island or maybe Miami. 

Sounds good to me,

Jack Rothman

> On Dec 26, 2017, at 5:18 PM, Gail Benson <gbenso...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The Playland Lake White Pelican took some exploratory flights over the past 2 
> days and was last seen late morning (11:30 or so).   We have checked the lake 
> just now (4 to 5 pm) but no Pelican. 
> Also no sign of the Lapland Longspur or Horned Lark flock.
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