Should also note a Pacific Loon was reported from the New York Side off Cumberland Head.Will RaupAlbany, NYwww.pbase.com/cabbage_hollow> Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2007 08:02:41 -0500> From: [log in to unmask]> Subject: [VTBIRD] ARCTIC LOON> To: [log in to unmask]> > This sighting doesn't seem to be generating the excitement it deserves. As far as I know, yesterday at least one, possibly two, very experienced birders refound the probable Arctic loon sitting alongside another loon which they ID'd as a Pacific Loon. There is potentially a Pacific and an ARctic loon up on the Lake! I can't get up to the lake until this weekend, but i would strongly encourage birders to look for this bird and document it as best they can. As far as i know no one has taken photos of this bird. There are no accepted sightings of Arctic loon anywhere on the east coast. > This is a great find by David Hoag and let's hope it sticks around long enough for more birders to see it. > Good birding.> Taj> > > > > > Taj Schottland> Putney, VT> ---------------> Birding Bumperstickers for Sale!> "so many birds so little time" > &> "I'd rather be birding"> Email me for more information!> > > http://toolbar.Care2.com Make your computer carbon-neutral (free).> > http://www.Care2.com Green Living, Human Rights and more - 7 million members!
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