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Maryland's first Tropical Kingbird, photographed in northern Somerset Co., Maryland (12/31/2006). This Central and South American species is found regularly in
southern Texas and southern Arizona, but has rarely been seen on the East Coast. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Above and below: Maryland's first Tropical Kingbird, photographed in northern Somerset Co., Maryland (12/31/2006). This Central and South American species is found regularly in southern Texas and southern Arizona, but has rarely been seen on the East Coast.

Maryland's first Tropical Kingbird, photographed in northern Somerset Co., Maryland (12/31/2006). This Central and South American species is found regularly in
southern Texas and southern Arizona, but has rarely been seen on the East Coast. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Maryland's first Tropical Kingbird, photographed in northern Somerset Co., Maryland (12/31/2006). This Central and South American species is found regularly in
southern Texas and southern Arizona, but has rarely been seen on the East Coast. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Maryland's first Tropical Kingbird, photographed in northern Somerset Co., Maryland (12/31/2006). This Central and South American species is found regularly in
southern Texas and southern Arizona, but has rarely been seen on the East Coast. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Maryland's first Tropical Kingbird, photographed in northern Somerset Co., Maryland (12/31/2006). This Central and South American species is found regularly in
southern Texas and southern Arizona, but has rarely been seen on the East Coast. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Maryland's first Tropical Kingbird, photographed in northern Somerset Co., Maryland (12/31/2006). This Central and South American species is found regularly in
southern Texas and southern Arizona, but has rarely been seen on the East Coast. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Maryland's first Tropical Kingbird, photographed in northern Somerset Co., Maryland (12/31/2006). This Central and South American species is found regularly in
southern Texas and southern Arizona, but has rarely been seen on the East Coast. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Maryland's first Tropical Kingbird, photographed in northern Somerset Co., Maryland (12/31/2006). This Central and South American species is found regularly in
southern Texas and southern Arizona, but has rarely been seen on the East Coast. Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: An adult Bald Eagle at Blackwater NWR, Dorchester Co., Maryland (12/17/2006).

Below two: Ring-billed Gulls at the Ocean City Inlet, adult nonbreeding and first winter plumage, respectively (12/17/2006).

Below: A Hermit Thrush poses at Piscataway Park, Prince George's Co., Maryland (12/10/2006).

Below: A first-winter Herring Gull at the Ocean City Inlet (12/17/2006).

Below: A third-winter Herring Gull at the Ocean City Inlet (12/17/2006).

Below: An adult Tundra Swan at Blackwater NWR, Maryland (12/17/2006).

Below: A first-winter Great Black-backed Gull at the Ocean City Inlet (12/17/2006).

Below two: A first-winter male Common Eider at the Ocean City Inlet (12/17/2006). This young male was hanging out with at least one female on the far side of the jetty.

Below: A Ruddy Turnstone at the Ocean City Inlet (12/17/2006).

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