Date: 4/10/18 10:30 am
From: Aaron Steed (via carolinabirds Mailing List) <carolinabirds...>
Subject: White-winged Scoter, Lake Julian, Asheville
There’s currently a White-winged Scoter at Lake Julian, looking like a
first year bird. All dark, almost no distinctive markings visible (except
for a very small amount of white on the cheek) until it flaps its wings,
revealing the white secondaries.

Currently diving fairly far out (but visible with scope), in front of the
power plant as seen from the park. Too far for a decent photo.

Also 4 Lesser Scaup and a Blue-winged Teal.

Aaron Steed
Ventures Birding Tours
Asheville, NC
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Aaron Steed
Ventures Birding Tours
Asheville, NC

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