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Peder Svingen <[log in to unmask]>
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Peder Svingen <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 9 Sep 2011 18:09:51 -0500
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The juvenile jaeger flew past the same location at 5:15 PM headed towards
sky harbor airport. Its plumage matched that of the juvenile parasitic that
was off parking lot #1 at Wisconsin Point this morning, which was identical
in size and wingspan to an adult light morphology parasitic when they were
flying side by side and chasing one another at Wisconsin Point. Tim Oksiuta
reported adult and juvenile parasiticus at Wisconsin Point yesterday
(Thursday) morning and the juvenile was also seen near the sky harbor
airport Tuesday evening (so far the adult has only been seen on the
Wisconsin side).
On Sep 9, 2011 5:49 PM, "Kim R Eckert" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> A juvenile jaeger, by all indications a Parasitic, was seen on the
> Lake Superior side of Park Point this afternoon ~5:00 pm. It flew S to
> N past our position at 43rd St, which is just N of the Recreation
> Area, and was lost from sight as it headed towards downtown Duluth.
> Peder Svingen was with me at the time, and he reported that 2
> Parasitic Jaegers have also been seen in recent days, including today,
> near the base of Wisconsin Pt out from parking area #1. (That location
> is ~2.5 mi S of the Superior Entry / Minnesota state line where
> numerous jaeger sightings occurred last fall.)
> Kim R Eckert
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