Tag Archives: Wisconsin

There were two Ivory Gulls!

The craziest thing happened within the past 24 hours. I’m sure most of you were aware of the Ivory Gull at Canal Park in Duluth, MN, but a shocking discovery was made last night. Another Ivory Gull was found predated nearby in Wisconsin! There is still one Ivory Gull continuing at Canal Park in Duluth. Have crazier things happened?

Photos of the predated gull can be seen over at Laura’s Birding Blog.

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Moonwatching by woodcreeper

On September 8, David La Puma, who is better known as woodcreeper, took this awesome video of birds migrating past the moon in Madison, Wisconsin. He took this video with his iPhone 4s hooked up to his Swarovski HD spotting scope via the new Kowa TSN-IP4S iPhone digiscoping adapter. Migration is awesome! Have you ever watched birds migrate past the moon? Leave your experiences below in the comments!