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14 species of ducks and geese today (November 1).

Near McCuen Slang:

Red-necked Grebe - 1

At DAR State Park:

Common Loon - 4
Loon sp. - 1
Brant - about 25
White-winged Scoter - 15
Hooded Merganser - 9
and a Monarch

At Potash Bay - a raft of 100 to 200 ducks of many species - rather close to 
shore, though drifting out further:

Black Scoter - I saw about 6 males, but there were likely many more and many 
females
White-winged Scoter - a bit over half the total number of scoters, judging by 
those scoters that flapped their wings - so about 30 to 50
Surf Scoter - I saw 2 males
Red-breasted Merganser - 4
Common Merganser - 3
Bufflehead - about 10
Common Goldeneye - 1
Scaup sp. - at least 1 - and probably many
Canada Goose - 7
Common Loon - 5
Grebe sp. - 1
Double-crested Cormorant - 2
Red-tailed Hawk - 1
and another Monarch

At Dead Creek Goose Viewing Area:

Snow Goose - about 1500
Canada Goose - 45
Mallard - X
Snow Bunting - 11
Wilson's Snipe - 1
Yellowlegs sp. - 1 - looking rather like a gray rock with its bill and head 
tucked into its body
and 2 Northern Harriers nearby.

At Brilyea Access:

Green-winged Teal - 2
Black-crowned Night-Heron - 1
Great Blue Heron - 1
Red-winged Blackbird - 1400

Davie Rolnick
Rupert, VT