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walleyeRyummy

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Agreed. Looks like she's fluffed up to preserve heat and gathering in the weak November sun's rays. Not by any means common around Bemidji, but they have been seen there, and during migration anything can happen.

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I shot one once, but it was in Kentucky and it was a male. Until you posted this, I didn't realize females were yellow. Like an old expired friend used to always tell me, "You're never too old to learn, if you're not too dumb." grin How true!

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summer tanger was also my guess, however, after looking at the birds typical habitat, i was not confident. he was at my feeders for several days, and definately stood out from my standard visitors!

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