As I sit here writing this report, I still feel a bit wet and there is drop of water yet on my glasses. My notebook became so soggy it was nearly useless. Yes, it was a wet trip! An amazing number of Kachemak Bay Birders showed up, birded diligently in spite of the rainstorm and found 24 species out on the spit. Visibility was not good due to lighting, rain coming down, and optics--including eye glasses--getting speckled and nonfunctional. But it is “a poor craftsman who blames her tools” in this case optics...and there at the end when we were all quite wet, we had our Motto that reminds us: It’s A Great Day To Bird! We had fun out there and especially want to thank Michael Craig for leading our trip.
The species we found were:
EURASIAN WIGEONS (2 in Mud Bay)
(any others please let me know?)
Other wildlife included a sea lion, many seals and sea otters, some harbor porpoises and one very fast-moving wind surfer!
Bird sightings and reports from around the Kachemak Bay area in Alaska
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