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August 2022

Vol. 50, No. 4

At a Glance: June 2022 Revealed

Wayne R. Petersen

JOHN KRICHER
JOHN KRICHER

Oh no! Another mystery butt shot, you say? I say, oh yes. Although it is not an everyday birding occurrence, there are times when the view a birder obtains of an unidentified species is not the definitive profile or ideal flight shot that would be most desirable. In such situations of less expected views, proper identification will require knowledge of less frequently needed field marks. This issue’s puzzler falls in this category.

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