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Tufted Puffin at the headlands

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  • chaniot@pacific.net
    Wed, 8 May 2002 -- Today Dorothy Tobkin found a TUFTED PUFFIN in the water off the Mendocino Headlands. It was north of the island with murres, cormorants, and
    Message 1 of 1 , May 8, 2002
      Wed, 8 May 2002 -- Today Dorothy Tobkin found a TUFTED PUFFIN in the water
      off the Mendocino Headlands. It was north of the island with murres,
      cormorants, and burrows where TUPUs have nested before ( This is sometimes
      called Goat Island by birders, I believe incorrectly. GEC ). There were
      also a number of RHINOCEROS AUKLETS in the water near the puffin.
      On May 6 she was scoping from Laguna Point in high winds and saw a
      probable FRANKLIN'S GULL but did not get a definitive look. There were a
      lot of migrating loons, phalaropes, scoters, and gulls.
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