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Mona and I saw 3 Hoodies today at Shelburne Bay. At least 50 Bonapartes were scattered around, and flying and diving into the Bay. They were very active and many underwings were displayed. Nevertheless, I couldn't turn any of them into Little Gulls. One Greater Yellowlegs was busy and noisy on the mudflats.

Michele Patenaude 
172 Woodbury Road
Burlington, VT 05408
802-862-4085

> On Oct 31, 2014, at 9:04 PM, Bruce MacPherson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> I don't know why so many Hooded Mergansers show up at Colchester Pond at this time of year, but they do. This afternoon I counted 21 hoodies on the far (east) side of the pond and I would not be surprised if more of them appeared there during the next week or so. Also, 3 Eastern Bluebirds decorated the bushes and trees along the trail leading down to the shoreline.
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> A pleasant day to be out and about.
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> Bruce MacPherson
> South Burlington
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