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I'm not an expert either, but how about a lesser Scaup?  Possibly an
immature or male in molt.


>From: Denise Vultee <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: Re: Weird Duck at REDA
>Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2004 22:53:00 EDT
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>I'm definitely not an expert birder, but I did spend several months earlier
>this year in London, where tufted ducks are common.  The bill on this one
>doesn't look quite right for a tufted--it seems a bit too long.
>
>Denise Vultee
>Columbia, MO
>
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