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Hi,

There were three adult female Red-necked Phalaropes at the Sleepy Eye sewage ponds today.  All were in breeding plumage, but two were showing some molting.  This would appear to be a pretty early fall arrival date for Minnesota.

Good birding,

Brian Smith
Sleepy Eye

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