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Re: Jordan Lake
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- Date: Sun, 25 Aug 2002 18:11:47 -0400
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At last I was able to see pictures (in IE, Netscape didn't work)
In my opinion you have:
1. Lesser Yellowlegs - the bill is "light based", not more than head length
(or no more than exposed tibia), there is a big primary projection beyond
the tail tip (much less in Greater). It is not clear but nice-looking
goldish dots and unmarked sides of breast and flanks and rather uniform neck
and breast suggest juvenile
2. Stilt Sandpipers - 2 juveniles (at least one for sure), nice supercilium,
uniform colored neck and breast, clear fringes to back, scapulars and wing
coverts in left-hand bird
3. Wilson's Phalarope - 2 juveniles, dark centered wing coverts with
> I think you got a..
> 1. Greater Yellowlegs
> 2. Stilt Sandpipers
> 3. Wilson's Phalaropes: Those bills in the Wilson's sure are
> distinctively thin!
> Steve Compton
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Greg" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Sunday, August 25, 2002 10:14 AM
> Subject: Jordan Lake
> > Anyone interested in seeing a few of the birds that were at the Jordan
> > NC, 8/24/02 may do so by going to:
> > <http://www.brownbagproductions.com/pics.html>
> > Scroll down to the Jordan Lake link and click.
> > What do you see?
> > It's a summer quiz!!
> > Even if you don't live in the Triangle area, test your ID skills.
> > -----
> > Greg Dodge
> > Brownbag Productions
> > Hillsborough, NC
> > brownbagproductions.com
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