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photocopy of the original document. ~ M.G. Moody)
Seen 30 May 1992 @ Howard Slough WMA. Mixed in with 40 Red-necked Phalaropes, one of which was also in basic plumage.
Seen by Peter Paton & Jack Dalton - 50 m away on water - seen w/ 10x50 binoc. & 22 x spot. scope, under good light conditions - studied for 10 minutes.
Slightly larger than adjacent R. N. Phalaropes, w/ a longer neck & bill.
Dark eye patch eliminates Wilson's Phalarope, however bird was never seen in flight to confirm a dark tan rather than a white tan (forgot to flush it [frowny face]). But we could see faint white stripe in wing, which is lacking in Wilson's. Head color & pattern was much different than adjacent basic plumage R. N. Phalarope,