I had it Monday, and other people have had it before and after and entered it into eBird. The bird can be in either set of rock islands in the North or South Lake. Many people reported it lately in the Northlake, and when I walked up to the north lake to look
for the Warblers that are there, all the cormorants saw me, freaked out and flew away. What I went to the South Lake, I never found the bird and was refusing to leave until I look at every single cormorant three times over, and then the Neotropic stick its
head out from behind a pile of rocks. Up Periscope. Down Periscope. Every once in awhile the bird would look up, look around and then pull his head back behind the pile of rocks and completely disappear. Soaking wet, I slogged back to the car, squeezed the
water out of my hat, and went home.
By the way I just parked my car here A Long Beach at the scissor-tailed flycatcher spot after driving around in the neighborhood in circles. I don't see any kingbird's of any stripe as of yet. Any Pearls of Wisdom would be gratefully accepted.
Thomas Geza Miko
653 S. Indian Hill Blvd.,#C
Claremont, CA 91711
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Subject: [LACoBirds] Has anyone seen NeoTropic Cormorant at Peck Park lately
Has anyone seen the Neotropic Cormorant at Peck Park lately Jan Wilson