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  1. Northwestern MA, today. I could see it a bit better than the pictures (small-sensor camera), but not that well. Body looked like a Ring-necked Duck's except the underside of the rump appeared quite light when it tipped up to dive (frequent dives of 10-15s). Head-shape also similar to Ring-necked, but a medium-sized, fairly round white patch showed on the face. Difficult to judge exact shape or placement of patch. My best guess is a transitional male Bufflehead. Thanks in advance! TKbird
  2. Hello there! I just discovered this forum... you'll be seeing more of me. Northwest MA, 10/9/20. I've given up on trying to convince myself of what this bird is. The fact is, I don't have a ton of water bird experience. I've had Buffleheads at this spot in years past (though it's pretty early for them right now). There were also Hooded Mergs present earlier in the day; that doesn't seem crazy to me. Those are my best guesses, I'll leave it to the experts! Thanks in advance! TKbird bird.mp4
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