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Oct 4 2016
adult, winter plummage
Long Sault Parkway - A local birder alerted me to this bird today. He thought it was a Red-necked but it has Red Phalarope features including overall whitish appearance with gray back and bill that is thicker at the base and paler than the rest of the bill. A rare regional find. Note the lobed toes. That's why phalaropes can swim unlike other shorebirds.
Oct 5 2016
Aug 18 2010
After mid-August we started seeing migrant Red Phalaropes, which added up to the locally breeding Red-necked.
Jul 6 2014