On Friday, 1/25/2013, I visited Lake Woodruff NWR before joining Michael Brother, Bob Wallace, and Cameron Cox for the fantastic gull fly-in at Daytona Beach Shores where as many as 50,000 gulls stage before going back out beyond the breakers to spend the night on the water. We had distant views of a razorbill and looks at both parasitic and pomarine jaegers from shore. A number of lesser black-backed gulls were among the most numerous gull species–Laughing, Ring-billed, Herring, and Great Black-backed. Earlier in the day I explored Lake Woodruff NWR near DeLeon Springs, FL. It was my first ever visit.