Just for clarification - Red Phalaropes, not Red-necked Phalaropes? Red
Phalaropes inland are much less frequent than Red-necked. Just wanted to
make sure it wasn't a typo.
Dana C. Rohleder, O.D.
Port Kent, NY
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From: "Michael Cosgrove" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Monday, September 02, 2002 9:28 PM
Subject: Red Phalarope and American Golden Plover
> The wife and I went to DCWMA where Ted Murin was kind enough to point out
> some nice views. We were shown an American Golden Plover (99.9%)
> 2 Red Phalarope and 3 Baird's Sandpipers. Another great birding
> experience, thanks to Ted and Peter.
> Mike and Heather C.
> N. Ferrisburg
> PS. Still looking for suggestions for the web site!