COLD FRONT

Tomorrow (Friday) looks good for another lake watch day, with solidly WEST winds at 15 to 20mph, intermittent rain fronts and cold temps. Light snow possible. This could bring a sizable movement of waterbirds across the lake, even though the north-wind component is lacking. At Headlands today, Krise, Hannikman, Bacik and Talkington had a Harlequin Duck and two Red Phalarope flybys plus Red-throated Loon, Tundra Swans, and mergansers on the move. At Sim’s Park, Nancy Anderson and the Iaascos had all three scoters in fair numbers and up close. Tomorrow looks to be VERY INTERESTING if the west winds hold. Best time for a lake watch: dawn till 11 am with a high point between 9 and 10 am. Good luck out there. Dress warm and bring a spotting scope

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