Waterfowl and gulls were scarce. Just a few Bufflehead, Common Goldeneye, Red-breasted Mergansers, and Great Black-backed Gulls were on the water at some distance. A Barred Owl was in one of the usual groves by Lake Erie Nature and Science Center. Three Red-tailed Hawks flew together over the playing fields, and most notably also adult and a juvenile Bald Eagles.
Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society Field Trip to Huntington Beach and Lakefront Spots on Saturday, February 29, 2020
The Lake Erie lakefront can be great for waterfowl and gulls. Bald Eagles occasionally fly over in search of fish or other prey. We will start at Huntington Beach in Bay Village and move to other access points, depending on weather and sightings.
Field Trip to Huntington Beach, Cahoon Memorial Park and Bradstreet's Landing, Saturday, November 26, 2016 Report
Wind and wave action made it hard to hear birds, but Red-breasted Mergansers were easy to see flying west low over the lake. Loons, grebes and goldeneye fished close to shore.
The Lake Erie Shore is a great place to see waterfowl and gulls. We will bird Huntington and then move to other areas along the lake shore, according to recent sightings.
Birders today enjoyed a hazy, pleasant day with crows and jays mobbing a raptor or owl unseen by any of the humans on the ground in the trees above Porter Creek by Lake Erie Nature and Science Center.
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