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They're all juveniles. Leasts nearly always show a brown-hooded effect, while Semis, except in very fresh juv plumage, are not hooded. Juv Leasts have all wing feathers dark brown (almost blackish) and fringed orange, while the wing coverts of juv Semis are as here, with contrastingly blackish anchors on a grayer base and fringed with white or whitish. These features are shown well in the good field guides.

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