Date: 6/26/17 10:22 am
From: Zachary Millen <zjmillen...>
Subject: Re: Tundra Swan, Lancaster County
Just a quick note on this bird: As previously correctly reported by Stan
Stahl there has been an adult Tundra Swan in Museum Pond at Middle Creek
WMA since Saturday, which continues this morning. ID points are eye thinly
connected to black facial skin, rounded head, flat U-shaped base of culmen,
and yellow spot at base of upper mandible. Since then, however, two reports
have come in to eBird listing it as a Trumpeter. Just wanted to try to
avoid any confusion in case anyone has received these reports via eBird and
is considering chasing.

Photo here:

Zach Millen

On Sat, Jun 24, 2017 at 1:21 PM, Stanley C Stahl <
<000000ccb896003a-dmarc-request...> wrote:

> blockquote, div.yahoo_quoted { margin-left: 0 !important; border-left:1px
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> background-color:white !important; } This morning at the pond near the
> Middle Creek visitors center, there was a swan that seemed to be a Tundra
> Swan. The bill was black with a yellowish spot near the base. The culmen
> was slightly curvedand its head was slightly rounded. Its head and neck
> were heavily stained orangish. Last year there were 2 possible Tundra
> Swans on June 16th at the pasture pools along Fox Rd. in Lebanon County.I
> was going to check for the Cerulean Warbler along Laurel Rd.,but the road
> was closed. And another sign said " Incident Ahead."Stan Stahl
> Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPad
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