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Pete's helpful hints or something like that, was printed in Winging It.  It 
said compare Sharpie in flight (without binoculars) to a mallet and Cooper's 
to a cross.  Also, Pete Dunne said he is publishing a new book this year.
If you come across that article, it had wonderful tips for identification of 
terns in flight by jizz and without binoculars.
I have had "Hawks in Flight" for years, and I still refer to it frequently. 
I wish I had a photographic memory.  I used
to --- but I ran out of film.
Tommie Rogers
Mound City, MO

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