|Subject:||Help with ID|
|From:||Daniel Montes <>|
|Date:||Wed, 25 Mar 2020 05:02:04 +0000|
I have previously taken a photo of duck species which I first thought was rocks but looking back, I can see that they are indeed not rocks, but birds.
I am having trouble identifying the species, so I'm asking if anyone may know what it could be.
As the birds were very distant, I had to crop the photo, but you can see one of the birds head.
Here is the link for the cropped photo:
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