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Wandering around Maryland. Last updated: 3/6/2007.

Above and below two: One of two Long-eared Owls found recently by Bob Ringler in Carroll Co., Maryland (3/6/2007). This species is not only rare in this area, but also notoriously difficult to detect. Thanks, Bob!

Above and below: An adult male Gadwall in Wicomico Co., Maryland (3/4/2007).

Below: A Greater Scaup in Wicomico Co., Maryland (3/4/2007).

Below: An American Kestrel near Vessey Orchard in Somerset Co., Maryland (3/4/2007).

Below: A documentation shot of a distant Red-necked Grebe (and Wilson's Snipe) in Somerset Co., Maryland (3/5/2007).

Below two: A pair of Common Mergansers (drake in foreground) on the Susquehanna River, Harford Co., Maryland (2/18/2007). If you look closely, you can see that this species has a serrated bill--perfect for catching slippery fish.

Below three: A drake Common Merganser on the Susquehanna River, Harford Co., Maryland (2/18/2007).

Below: A hen Common Merganser on the Susquehanna River, Harford Co., Maryland (2/18/2007).

Below: A female Mallard in Wicomico Co., Maryland (3/4/2007).

Below: Sunset on Elliott Island Road, Dorchester Co., Maryland (3/4/2007).

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