blogging about birds and birders along the Georgia Coast
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Last week I was doing my pocket marsh surveys at the north end of Jekyll Island. Every day I crossed the wooden bridge over the mouth of Clam Creek. It was too dark and cold to stop on my way out. However when I was finished with the survey, I would stop. There was a Bonopart's Gull doing what Bonapart's Gulls do.