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Welcome to Project Noah, SteveHenryInteresting spotting,i observed that beahvour too,as they are aquatic birds they haved to haved the feaders completlr dryed,congrats and thanks for sharingI hope you like the site as much we do; there are many features you can explore:I invite you to go to http://www.projectnoah.org/faq where you will find the purpose and “rules” of Project Noah.There is a blog http://blog.projectnoah.org/ where we post articles from spotters with special insight into different organisms. There are also the chats for help with identification, and to comment on your own and others’ spottings.Look at the global and local missions to put your spottings into: http://www.projectnoah.org/missions Enjoy yourself here, see you around!
I watched this bird for at least five minutes and it maintained the same position. I was later told that it was drying its wings.S.H.
Spotted on Nov 25, 2013 Submitted on Nov 25, 2013