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Recent content by 98SeagullLoon

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    Spring migration 2021

    I just spotted a whole bunch of mergansers at like, 2 or 3 nearby reservoirs in my area last week! But no loons yet... (I'm on an annual loon search right now, actually. Been doing those every year since after my first sighting from way back in 2009!)
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    Spring migration 2021

    I was looking up migration tracker maps for both common loons and ruby-throated hummingbirds on 2 different sources last night, and apparently both of these species were already spotted earlier this winter season at Virginia Beach, VA. Which means I better be keeping a lookout now, because who...
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    Hello, everyone. I just joined today. And I'm a "night owl".

    Once again, thanks. But movie references or no movie references, I will say this: There's more than one way to interpret a username!
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    Hello, everyone. I just joined today. And I'm a "night owl".

    Oh, yes. I have definitely heard their wailing call while out searching for them in some years, although I don't know if I ever heard their tremolos or not...I'm kind of within their migration range, you know? In fact, I don't even care if anyone interprets my username meaning to be of my love...
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    Hello, everyone. I just joined today. And I'm a "night owl".

    Thanks again, everyone! I hope to start posting some bird photos this weekend...
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    Hello, everyone. I just joined today. And I'm a "night owl".

    Thank you all so much for welcoming me here! I'm ready to get started on my visits. Hopefully, I'll be able to go hiking this weekend so I can share some bird photos here!
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    Hello, everyone. I just joined today. And I'm a "night owl".

    My username is 98SeagullLoon. I'm from the state of Ohio. As you can imagine, I don't really enjoy mornings as much as afternoons and evenings... 🙄 And, partially true to my username, the common loon is one of my favorite migratory waterbird species to look for in the spring -- which just...
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