along with a Ross's goose
with 15 snow geese
first moth of the season
corrected to Eupsilia near sidus.
note from Dwayne Badgero:
To tell sidus, near sidus, cirripalea, and vinnulenta, you MUST collect specimens and view the shape of the forewing scales under about 40-60X magnification. I have seen 100s of these so I can confidently ID most photos. You must see the scales along the costa near the body, near the reniform spot and at the apex.
total of 5 seen, much larger than Icelands, all white bird.
continuing bird, first spotted the end of January.
1 less robin!
photo credit: Dave Therrien
at the seep
looks like a 1st year bird