I was there this morning at 7am to check on the reported Harlequin and
found it off the beach lookout.
Got good looks at it eventually as it moved around with Common Goldeneyes;
and also saw it in flight.
It is presumably a first winter male, and seems to most closely resemble
the first winter male plate of the National Geographic 4th edn guide, among
the common field guides.
Ted Murin later, 7:30-8:30am, watched it move much farther north, to off
the most westward-pointing point off the east shore, but he still was able
to get it in his large scope and was still "on point" when I left then.
Lots of other pretty ducks were around too: Hooded and Common Mergs, Black
Duck, Mallards, Bufflehead, Wood ducks flyby, C. Geese flybys, but didn't
see the reported Teal either there or at Shelburne Town Beach.
Glad the predicted rain held off this morning, Larry Haugh