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 Post subject: Long-tailed Jaeger near Kamloops
PostPosted: Oct 08 8:25 am 
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Yesterday Reba and Allan Dupilka found an adult LTJA on the Thompson River mudflats just east of the Cement Plant bridge which is just east of Kamloops.
Allan noted that the LTJA could have an injured wing since it appeared to favour one wing also it was being harrassed by gulls constantly. There was also one Whimbrel nearby.

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Here is a photo of the bird used with permission*

Cheers,
Mel

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