21 to 26 January 2004
Ron Pittaway, Willie D'Anna, Betsy Potter and I went to St. John's, Newfoundland. We were lucky having Bruce Mactavish birding with us. The winter birding is spectacular. Here we are at Cape Spear, which is the most easterly point in North America. Scroll down to see more photos and links to other pages.
Left to right: Betsy Potter, Ron Pittaway, Jean Iron, Willie D'Anna. Photo by Bruce Mactavish.
Spot the King Eider among the Common Eiders in the swells at Cape Spear.
The best places in St. John's to watch gulls are (1) Quidi Vidi Lake where people feed the ducks and thousands of gulls rest on the lake ice, (2) the sewer outlet in the harbour is excellent for Kumlien's Iceland Gulls and Black-headed Gulls, and (3) the dump is an experience for gull lovers.
Left to right: Ron Pittaway, Betsy Potter, Willie D'Anna, Paul Linegar, and Bruce Mactavish.
Jean and Kumlien's Gulls at Quidi Vidi Lake in St. John's on 25 Jan 2004. Photo by Ron Pittaway.
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