Ray Duffy: Eurasian GW-Teal@Mill Creek

Ray Duffy writes:

“I got the continuing Orange-crowned Warbler (I saw one in two different locations, it’s possible there maybe more than one).

“I also had a drake Eurasian subspecies Green-winged Teal at the water-treatment-plant loop.  On Saturday, that was one of the few parts of open water.”  (Thanks, Ray!)

One thought on “Ray Duffy: Eurasian GW-Teal@Mill Creek

  1. Hamza

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