Any reports after 9am? I’m going to try and get there after 6pm.

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> On May 6, 2019, at 9:28 AM, Patricia Lindsay <pjlind...@optonline.net> wrote:
> 
>  Apparently due to the ponding on the golf course from all the rain, 
> electric carts were not allowed on the course and this discouraged a lot 
> of golfers from coming. There were some walking the course when I left 
> at 7:30 but many fewer than expected.
> 
> That said, the bird flew off and did not return as of 9:00 (last news I 
> have). I would not give up on it though, and any news positive or 
> negative would be appreciated as there are folks coming from 5+ hours 
> away to try for it.
> 
> If you do try for it, please, please, park in the parking lot by the 
> clubhouse or at the marsh and not along the roadway, and please, please 
> do not walk onto the course. Viewing has been good from the roadway and 
> upper lot, and we want to maintain a good rapport with the golfers and 
> the cops.
> 
> On the marsh at the end of the road there are a variety of shorebirds, 
> Glossy Ibis, and a few singing Seaside Sparrows among the usual 
> denizens.  
> 
> Patricia Lindsay
> Bay Shore
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