Surf Scoter


Surf Scoters are common winter residents along the coast. They eat mollusks, usually caught by diving.


This individual was taking advantage of the low tide to find mollusks on an exposed piling.

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2 Responses to Surf Scoter

  1. Idaho_Birder says:

    Nice photos of a hard bird to photograph! I need to see one of those in Idaho. We get them occasionally, but they continue to elude me.

  2. dreamfalcon says:

    cool bird with this funny beak. Thanks for sharing.

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