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Eurasian Widgeons?

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  • Kate Marianchild
    Larry and Erica also might have seen at least one female Eurasian Widgeon in the vicinity of the Ten-mile Bridge. They were in a loose flock with Mallards,
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 4, 2006
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      Larry and Erica also might have seen at least one female Eurasian
      Widgeon in the vicinity of the Ten-mile Bridge. They were in a loose
      flock with Mallards, Buffleheads, Ruddy Duck (1) , and Pin-tails. They
      weren't sure of the i.d.

      The river is alive with Buffleheads.

      They also saw group of Mallards fly at full speed past a tree with a
      perched Peregrine Falcon. The falcon took off after the Mallards and
      quickly caught up with them. It appeared to hit one of the mallards,
      which dropped directly downward briefly and then resumed flying. The
      Peregrine abandoned the attack.

      Kate
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