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Southern Maryland. Last updated: 12/6/2009.

A flock of about 180 Black Scoters partying at the Point Lookout Causeway today (12/6/2009). We spent a long time scanning the Bay, enjoying their strange, nasal "Waaaaa" calls.

Above and below: A flock of about 180 Black Scoters partying at the Point Lookout Causeway today (12/6/2009). We spent a long time scanning the Bay, enjoying their strange, nasal "Waaaaa" calls.

A flock of about 180 Black Scoters partying at the Point Lookout Causeway today (12/6/2009). We spent a long time scanning the Bay, enjoying their strange, nasal "Waaaaa" calls.

A flock of about 180 Black Scoters partying at the Point Lookout Causeway today (12/6/2009). We spent a long time scanning the Bay, enjoying their strange, nasal "Waaaaa" calls.

Below: A first-cycle Glaucous Gull at Solomons, Calvert Co., Maryland (12/6/2009).

A first-cycle Glaucous Gull at Solomons, Calvert Co., Maryland (12/6/2009).

A first-cycle Glaucous Gull at Solomons, Calvert Co., Maryland (12/6/2009).

A first-cycle Glaucous Gull at Solomons, Calvert Co., Maryland (12/6/2009).

Below: Distant documentation photos of a female Common Eider at Point Lookout SP, Maryland (12/6/2009). This species is very rare away from Worcester Co. in Maryland. Interestingly, King Eider is generally the much more likely eider to be found on the Bay. Found by Joe Hanfman on 11/29/2009.

Distant documentation photos of a female Common Eider at Point Lookout SP, Maryland (12/6/2009). This species is very rare away from Worcester Co. in Maryland. Interestingly, King Eider is generally the much more likely eider to be found on the Bay. Found by Joe Hanfman on 11/29/2009.

Below: A Ruby-crowned Kinglet terrifies all present with its intimidating ruby crown feathers (Point Lookout, MD, 12/6/2009).

A Ruby-crowned Kinglet terrifies all present with its intimidating ruby crown feathers (Point Lookout, MD, 12/6/2009).

A Ruby-crowned Kinglet terrifies all present with its intimidating ruby crown feathers (Point Lookout, MD, 12/6/2009).

A Ruby-crowned Kinglet terrifies all present with its intimidating ruby crown feathers (Point Lookout, MD, 12/6/2009).

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