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Vermont Birds <[log in to unmask]>
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I concur with Spencer on the first three images. There have been at least
two Juvenile Baird's Sandpipers at Dead Creek the last three times I
visited. I got so close to two birds that when they flew off they clearly
displayed a lack of a white rump.
Wonderful shots.
Greg
Vergennes

On 9/9/07, Grant Sherman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Re: Image 4
>
> Would bill length suggest Lesser Yellowlegs? (i.e. bill about equal to
> head
> length).
>
> Great photos, and a nice opportunity to practice id-ing your waders before
> I
> visit.
>
> Grant, UK
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