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The bird in question is being seen again today, and several details
emerge.  Paul Sykes is working with Lyn Atherton on the particulars and
so far neither is willing to put a label on the swallow; however, Paul
reports definite white tips to the tertials and the face pattern with
white over the eye has been noted both days, so there is some
possibility that this is a Mangrove Swallow. Researching is being done
via various sources, but everyone who can do so is urged to go look and
add to the known observations and ID details.

Margie Wilkinson
St. Petersburg, FL
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