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Final stop at Kininvie Marsh where Black-necked Stilt and American Black Tern showed extremely well with a backdrop of 4 Northern Harriers. I had hoped for possible McCown's Longspur but had to settle for its Chestnut Collared Cousin. Still, a wonderful bird. I made a school boy error at the marsh by wearing a short sleeved shirt and was finally chased away by a squadron or two of mosquitoes. How do the Canadian's survive this onslought? -30 degrees Centigrade in winter must be a genuine delight.
Cold Lake for two days tomorrow then duty officer for the week which will mean local birding and the possibility of Bald Eagle in Medicine Hat.
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