Date: 8/30/17 11:13 am
From: Matt Hafner <hafner.matt...>
Subject: [MDBirding] Re: Interesting Calidris at Swan Creek - possible Sharp-tailed
Attached are my two best photos. I can't find any evidence that Pectoral shows this much streaking on the flanks. However, the photos are poor, so I really hope others can get better ones.

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> On Aug 30, 2017, at 1:52 PM, Matt Hafner <hafner.matt...> wrote:
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> Apologies, but with all the good birds at Swan Creek, I took a bunch of photos of a Calidris that I thought had Sharp-tailed possibility. Now that I'm inside looking at the photos, I think there's a chance it could be a worn adult Sharp-tailed. I saw no adult Pectoral Sandpipers while I was there, just 2 juveniles.
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> The interesting bird has streaking down the entire flanks to the undertail coverts. If anyone is at Swan Creek this afternoon, please look for and try to photograph this bird. My scope broken, decreasing the quality of my digiscopes.
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> Matt Hafner
> Forest Hill, MD

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