I figured it was cold and miserable enough that I would be rewarded for
putting in some birding time. There was 1 purple sandpiper on the
Gardiner's Bay side of Gerard Drive, along with a dozen dunlin, 1
black-bellied plover, and several sanderling. The bay has lots of
long-tailed ducks, and there were about 10 surf scoter close to shore.
Several red-tails and 1 harrier.

I couldn't find any unusual geese among the hundreds in the field east of
Beach Lane in Wainscot, but there is a flock of some 20 horned lark

*Bruce Horwith*
*16 Salt Marsh Path*
*East Hampton, NY 11937*
*(631) 599-0040*


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