There were about 10 gulls sitting out on the edge of the ice about midway across the lake. They were really too far to ID, but I am glad I stopped to check out this new birding site.
The reason I visited Lake Chauncy was because someone had reported seeing an Iceland Gull there and having never seen one before, I thought it might be fun to try. The distance between the shore and the gulls negated my ability to get a good photo, so I'll have to keep a watchful eye for this species of gull some other day!
On the way to and from Lake Chauncy, I passed a parking lot that was lined with crabapple trees attracting tons of American Robins and European Starlings. I pulled in on the way home, in case some other more interesting bird might be among these commoners. No such luck, but as I was watching, a Red-Tailed Hawk flew in and landed in a nearby power line. You should have seen the other birds scatter when the hawk flew in!