Thanks Peter. These 4 acted very much like wild birds and really captured 
my interest. I wonder what their story is? 

John R

On Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 5:51:01 PM UTC-6, Peter Gent wrote:

> All, 
>
> Common Shelduck is an Eurasian species with the nearest breeding locations 
> to CO being western Europe and Iceland.  For the USA, eBird shows one 
> sighting from northeastern Pennsylvania and some sightings from the New 
> England coast in 2017, but nothing further west.  The field guides say that 
> Common Shelduck is frequently kept in waterfowl collections. 
>
> Cheers,  Peter Gent. 
> Boulder, CO.   
>

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