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Seems I didn't make it too far between 2013 and 2014...back on the sea wall facing South Portland, with a red-breasted merganser, a common eider, and a horned grebe. Unlike last time, today it was downright warm - somewhere in the 40s.

Not pictured: long-tailed ducks, surf scoters, the usual gulls, more eiders and mergansers, and a common loon. The loon was paddled madly along the coast with its head tucked under its wing, apparently not concerned with being able to see where it was going.

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