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Jackie Pritchard

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  1. Well, another instance where my old, "trusty" bird book has failed me. I don't even see Pacific Loon in my book, so I assume it is a fairly recent taxonomic revision. I am off to Amazon to get a newer birding ID source. Thanks.
  2. This picture taken 3/3 in salt water off Whidbey Island, Puget Sound, Washington. I think it is a Arctic Loon but possibly Common Loon?
  3. Yes, I saw the band. Duh, I have only seen one other rough-legged hawk, but I should have realized that is what it is. The vast majority of raptors I see are red-tailed, N. Harriers, Osprey & Bald Eagles in all life stages, so I didn't think outside the box so to speak. Thanks to all!
  4. Saw this bird 1/18/20 on telephone wire in Skagit Valley, WA. The area is flat farmland but fresh and saltwater nearby. Area full of eagles and hawks. My first thought was immature bald eagle but then began to ponder possibility of red-tailed because of bill.
  5. I saw a small flock of shorebirds near salt water yesterday at the protected bay at Port Angeles, WA. They were all the same except for one Black Turnstone which was hanging out with them. Are these Least Sandpipers or something else? https://www.flickr.com/photos/134017849@N08/45125332161/in/dateposted-public/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/134017849@N08/45125331881/in/dateposted-public/
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