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When I got home & enlarged the photos I took this morning (at about 300 yards), the cormorant was a double-crested not a Neotropic cormorant as I first reported.  It was on the same perch the Neotropic had used previously.  My apologies.

Tom

On Wed, Jul 1, 2020 at 10:30 AM Tom Nagel <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
I'm not sure how long it may hang around but I just had an immature little blue heron in a small flooded area of a bean field immediately north of the pasture surrounding Muskrat Lake. 

This would be on the west side of Southwest 41st Road immediately north of its  intersection with Pettet Road.

Also, the Neotropic Cormorant continues on Horseshoe Lake about a quarter-mile east Southeast of this site.
Tom Nagel
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