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Surge's un-banded partner at Burlington Lift Bridge


Brandon Holden reports:
After spending a great weekend down at the Burlington bridge nest site, we were able to observe Surge and his new un-banded mate mate in action during one of their hunting forays. It appears that the two are still very much on territory, and the food is most certainly in abundance.

This photo shows the un-banded female in flight with the afternoon's meal (a Bufflehead duck).

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