Hi again,

There is now an overall brownish duck hanging out with the 2 Surf Scoters and 3 
Ruddy Ducks on Dryden Lake. It is a bit longer than the Scoters. I know this is 
a long shot, but it reminds me of a King Eider. Hopefully others will take a 
look and weigh in.

Kevin


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> On Apr 25, 2021, at 10:22 AM, Kevin J. Cummings <kj...@cornell.edu> wrote:
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> ´╗┐Hi all,
> 
> There is currently a pair of Surf Scoters on Dryden Lake, hanging out with a 
> trio of Ruddy Ducks.
> 
> Kevin 
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