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Islanders counting birds in the annual Christmas bird count on Dec. 26 spotted this snow goose among its Canadian cousins at the southern end of the Island. A snow goose had not been seen before during the annual count in the Seattle area. For the full bird count, see page 4. - Judith Roan/Special to the Reporter
Islanders counting birds in the annual Christmas bird count on Dec. 26 spotted this snow goose among its Canadian cousins at the southern end of the Island. A snow goose had not been seen before during the annual count in the Seattle area. For the full bird count, see page 4.
— image credit: Judith Roan/Special to the Reporter

Islanders counting birds in the annual Christmas bird count on Dec. 26 spotted this snow goose among its Canadian cousins at the southern end of the Island. A snow goose had not been seen before during the annual count in the Seattle area. For the full bird count, see page 4.

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