Seabirds are attracted to Hamilton Harbour and Albuoy’s Point Park offers a comfortable vantage point with benches. Consider a ferry ride around the harbour or to Dockyard to view a greater area.  Gulls are seen from fall to spring and common species include Ringed-billed, Herring, Lesser Black-backed and Great  Black-backed.  Ruddy Turnstones are also common on the bulkhead shoreline.  In the summer Longtails can be seen flying along the opposite hilly shore.  In the park you may find Mallards, but pay attention as Wood Ducks commonly join them in the winter.

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