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By MDB8
#87937
FWIW, the Turnstones often forage along the waterline and much closer photos are possible. They are now in breeding plumage. The Red-necked Grebes will shortly be gone (if not already) and heading for their breeding areas. Last year I caught a pair doing a mating dance on the water just prior to leaving.
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