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SteveHenry
SteveHenry 6 years ago

Thanks Antonio.

Welcome to Project Noah, SteveHenry
Interesting spotting,i observed that beahvour too,as they are aquatic birds they haved to haved the feaders completlr dryed,congrats and thanks for sharing
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SteveHenry
SteveHenry 6 years ago

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.

SteveHenry
Spotted by
SteveHenry

Euskal Herria/País Vasco, Spain

Spotted on Nov 25, 2013
Submitted on Nov 25, 2013

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