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Hoary Redpoll

The Hoary Redpoll generally breeds and winters farther north and on more open tundra than the related Common Redpoll, only occasionally reaching the northern United States. read more

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When looking at large flocks, don't keep your binoculars in motion. Each time you shift your focus, find the key features for each bird in your field, then move on. This way you're more likely to notice the one rare individual in a sea of similar species.

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