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Long-tailed Duck Clangula hyemalis

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In a black and white photo of a large white long-necked wading bird, typical identifying characteristics are missing - the legs and feet are submerged, there are no visible head plumes, only the bill is visible. With so little to go on, would you be able to identify this particular bird as a heron or egret?

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We expect most of the birds that frequent our yards and woods in summer to head south well before the first frost but sometimes a bird just refuses to leave! Such was the case the winter of 2011 when an Ovenbird that should have been enjoying the sunny warmth of southern Florida and the Caribbean decided to avoid the long flight and spend the winter in a backyard in Derry, arriving in December and staying ‘til April!

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