Off Wisconsin Point on Thursday, Steve Betchkal, Storme Nelson, a
group of birders from Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary, and I saw three
Red-throated Loons, way way out. They were far out, the light was
horrible, and one loon kept its head pointed up, so I double-checked
on my digital photos and had to do a lot of over-exposing and adding
fill light to make sure these guys were definitely Red-throated Loons
rather than cormorants, but yes, they definitely were.
Best, Laura Erickson
On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 9:05 PM, Jim Lind <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Jan and Larry Kraemer saw two Red-throated Loons today (6/24/2011) at
> the east end of Brighton Beach (a.k.a. Kitchi Gammi Park) in Duluth.
> They were swimming towards the Lester River.
> Jim Lind
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