During a business trip with my partner, I told him I was going to drag him along on a couple of birding walks while we were in Alberta. Turns out a Sabine's Gull was seen at the ponds just outside of Pincher Station so that is where we headed. We got to the ponds and there were 10,000 birds there in various stages of migration including a good amount of gulls. Adam walks up to the edge and says, "Is that it?" It was of course and now I drag him to as many rare bird sightings as possible. This beauty is a little off track as they usually only migrate over open water south to Central and South America. This is a Juvenile bird given the brown scalloped back.