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Hey Everybirdy,


   Checked out the click ponds again this evening.  Took a while for the
Red-necked to finally show up but rumor has it someone was walking around
out in the water for this rare bird.  Wanna take a guess?

   Not long after the Red-necked showed up, a Wilson's Phalarope came out to
accompany it.  Once again, they tended to feel comforted near the company of
the ducks feeding out there.  Cool thing was both phalaropes, an Avocet,
Mottled and Black-bellied Whistling duck, Blue-winged Teal and a lone
Northern shoveler in one scope view.  Don't see that grouping every day!

  See you out there!

Tom Dunkerton
Titusville, FL

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