I found a light-morph juvenile Parasitic Jaeger at the El Dorado Dry Lake
this morning at about 9:15. It was about 1/2 way along the east shore of
the water, mostly on the ground, but flying back and forth occasionally
along about a 400 meter stretch. The bird was still present when I left
about 11 am, and remained for at least four more birders during the day (as
late as 5:30 or 6 pm), several of whom took photos and confirmed the ID.
Not much other bird activity: Ring-billed Gull, American Coots, a few
ibises, several avocets.
Sorry for the late post. I hope the jaeger remains for anyone who looks
Boulder City, NV