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Here's two recent ones.  The first is a Snowy Egret and the second shows a flock (some sort of piper?) flying past some pelicans.  The second one is one of those "almost" photos.  I wish I had gotten it in focus, but I still felt it was interesting enough to share.

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14 hours ago, GracesWarbler said:

Here's two recent ones.  The first is a Snowy Egret and the second shows a flock (some sort of piper?) flying past some pelicans.  The second one is one of those "almost" photos.  I wish I had gotten it in focus, but I still felt it was interesting enough to share.

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Your sandpipers are Dowitchers, probably Long-billed but not sure.

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1 minute ago, Seanbirds said:

Hang on, @Birding Boy, you’ve seen tons of White-winged Crossbills, but no Red??!!?? How is that even possible??

Yeah well I typically don't see tons of any crossbills haha, but I've just been in a good place for 'em this last week in what appears to be an irruption year. Last winter I wasn't able to see any Reds when they irrupted in huge numbers (No car), and this fall they've been sitting tight in the boreal forest because they still have tons of food up there. Might be able to find some near Whitefish point though if I drive up there next spring.

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