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Larry Haugh <[log in to unmask]>
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Since no one else has reported yet on today, Sunday afternoon, there were a 
number of birders out enjoying the beautiful warm afternoon at Shelburne 
Bay when I arrived. I saw a Redhead, a female Barrow's Goldeneye and then a 
Snow Goose in with the large number of Canada's near the far shore, all of 
whom Ted Murin, Nancy, and others there ahead of me had found:.
Also, Nancy reported seeing the Greater White-fronted Goose there earlier 
as well today.

At the Charlotte Ferry there were at least 8 Hooded Mergansers.
Larry Haugh

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