Has anyone posted it on NARBA and MASSBIRD?
Scott W. Morrical, Ph.D.
Professor of Biochemistry
University of Vermont College of Medicine
Burlington, VT 05405
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Quoting Taj <[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 Schottland
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