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2 hours ago, Connor Cochrane said:

According to who? They aren't that rare where they regularly breed. 

Yea, on heavy overcast days they regularly come down from the mountains in the summer to feed over lakes nearby Seattle. Not common, but definitely not hard to find around here.

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3 hours ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

3. Seems like you always sweep in when what I say isn't strictly accurate.

I don’t care if what you say is factual or not. However, in this situation you presented an arguable claim on an online forum without citing any evidence. Black swift have a fairly large range across North America, so I wanted to know why you thought it was the rarest bird, that’s all. 

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On 11/21/2021 at 10:33 PM, Connor Cochrane said:

I don’t care if what you say is factual or not. However, in this situation you presented an arguable claim on an online forum without citing any evidence. Black swift have a fairly large range across North America, so I wanted to know why you thought it was the rarest bird, that’s all. 

That's fine. Apologies. I remembered it wrong and was hasty to post it- possibly I also mixed it up with Black Rail.

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