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The highlight of the Fergus Falls CBC was a female Harlequin Duck  
found by Steve and Diane Millard. We were able to see her later in  
the afternoon (about 4:00) at the same location.

The bird was seen in the area of the railroad trestle near downtown  
Fergus Falls. The trestle is found by turning south off of town's  
main east-west street Lincoln Ave (turn just west of the Service  
Foods store) onto Vine Street. Vine Street deadends in a block and a  
half at the river where the railroad trestle will be obvious. You'll  
pass a couple of auto repair places as the road peters out. The bird  
was seen down in the river just before you actually reach the trestle.

Based on his previous experiences with Harlequins here, Steve  
predicts the bird will stay throughout the winter somewhere along the  
river.

--Dan & Sandy Thimgan
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Thimgans
Battle Lake MN
Otter Tail County


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