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I May See this In Cape May This May

I drew 12 birds in two days! That’s some kind of record for me.

Red-Breasted Merganser –  medium-sized diving duck with a double crest. Prefers salt-water.
And looks like a Grebe!

Red-Breasted Merganser

 

Common Loon – State bird of Minnesota; appears in “loonie”, a coin of Canada; and famous for its strange yodel and loon laughter!

Sooty Shearwater (sounds like a person’s name) – also known by its Maori name “titi”! Oh, ask someone from the Philippines about that. In New Zealand, the tradition is for young birds tat are about to fledge to be collected from their burros and preserved in SALT. :0

Common Loon and Sooty Shearwater

Northern Gannet – I might have trouble with this one. It looks like a Brown Booby, except that it has less black on the wings and no black on the tail. It’s a very large seabird, 35-40 inches.

Northern Gannet

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