The potential first state record Sharp-tailed Sandpiper is still present
and providing nice looks to many birders.
On Sep 20, 2016 3:00 PM, "PeteandDeb Hoeger-Lerdal" <hoegerler...@gmail.com>
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> > From: PeteandDeb Hoeger-Lerdal <hoegerler...@gmail.com>
> > Date: September 20, 2016 at 2:45:05 PM CDT
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> > Subject: Beguiling Sandpiper Carver Cty.
> > At the Tacoma Ave. (CR 32 just west of MN25) mudflats---Pectoral-size
> sandpiper with bright rufous cap, white supercilium, eye ring, buffy wash
> on breast without any streaking, some spot-streaks along neck and sides of
> breast, white belly and undertail, dull yellowish legs. Pretty much keeps
> to itself but often has been surrounded by Pectorals.
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