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A strong northwest wind continued to pin down a variety of waterfowl, shorebirds, and gulls at Shelburne Bay this afternoon. Among the crowd were a Black-bellied Plover and 10 Greater Yellowlegs. Bonaparte Gulls were abundant (54), but I was unable to pick out the Little Gull reported a few days ago.


Bruce MacPherson
South Burlington


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