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Okay, I only watched this quickly so far, but why couldn't this be a
leucistic grouse? Just a thought....
Kent

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On Fri, May 9, 2014 at 11:39 AM, Thomas Berriman
<[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> It appears that there was/is a Willow Ptarmigan in the vicinity of
> Fairbanks Scales Factory/Plant on rte. #2 east of St Johnsbury.
> Here is a link to a video on NEK Audubon Facebook posted and taken by Mary
> Beth Prondzinski of the Fairbanks Museum:
>
> https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10152121019351409
>
> Mary Beth was alerted to the Ptarmigan by Fairbanks Scale employees and
> they have taken pictures of the bird (although from long distances).
>
> The bird was last seen along the north side of Rte. 2 on the shoulder of
> the road at the bend in rte. 2 just before you approach Fairbanks Scales
> which will be on the left.
>
> Four of us did look this morning for the bird and did not find it. The
> area was not totally covered before we had to leave because of other
> obligations.
>
> Tom Berriman
>