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Subject: Re: Union County Loon(z)
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Date:Mon, 5 Nov 2007 00:06:32 +0000

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And now to muddy the water...

After posting my previous message this afternoon I decided to do some 
birding and I figured Palestine Lake was as good a place as any to 
start. I immediately located two loons out from the boat ramp. They 
were at a slightly better angle than yesterday and one was easily 
identified as a Red-throated. I didn't get much of a look at the second 
bird but it was darker and seemed to have more brown on the head and 
face and to have a more rounded head. It also did not adopt the bill-up 
attitude of the Red-throated. Unfortunately it quickly tucked it's head 
into it's back and went to sleep. The two birds were together and 
drifting north and after about 20 minutes the bird didn't raise it's 
head again so I gave up. 

At Ocean Pond I found a flock of 23 Lesser Scaup plus 8 Ruddy Ducks 
and a second flock of 14 Redheads a couple hundred yards away. There 
was also a small flock of Coots. The Ruddys and Redheads were both new 
county birds for me.

Bob Richter
Baker County

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