Kenny Nichols agrees that it is not a Greater Scaup. Sorry about that.
On Sat, Jan 9, 2021 at 11:03 AM Erin Sauer <erinsauer10...> wrote:
> That looks like a Lesser Scaup to me. In the second picture, you can see > the head peaks in the back where a Great Scaup should peak in the front and > be more rounded overall. > > [image: image.png] > > On Sat, Jan 9, 2021 at 10:30 AM Delos McCauley <mccauleydelos...> > wrote: > >> Yesterday, I got photos of, what I believe is, a Greater Scaup. It was >> alone, no other scaups, at Hollawell Refuge, N 34.30930 W 091.63327. >> Please look at the attached photos and let me know what you think. The >> head and bill shape fits the description I find in Sibley. These are all >> the photos I took. Click on following link to see photos: >> >> >> https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1m18ib2IDZgRdcvNRZOVV4p7wvVr9vUiL?usp=sharing >> >> Delos McCauley >> Pine Bluff >> >> ------------------------------ >> >> To unsubscribe from the ARBIRD-L list, click the following link: >> http://listserv.uark.edu/scripts/wa-UARKEDU.exe?SUBED1=ARBIRD-L&A=1 >> > > > -- > Erin L. Sauer, Ph.D. > Pronouns: she/they > Postdoctoral Researcher > Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology > University of Wisconsin - Madison > <erinsauer10...> >