An Ivory Gull at Flathead Lake – What’s Behind a Complicated Chase — blairbirding

On January 31st, the following was posted on the Montana Rare Bird Alert: “WOW!! This immature Ivory Gull, a state first, was photographed by Craig Barfoot yesterday (January 30th) at Blue Bay, Flathead Lake.” It was reposted on the Facebook ABA Rare Bird Alert where I saw it. The gull had originally been found on […]

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