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Update April 13:
three new images from April 09 added at the bottom.
Update April 03: three new images from today added at the bottom.
Update March 30: two new pics from today added at the bottom.
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These digiscope pics are from March 20, 2004 by Martin Reid:


These digital SLR pics are from March 20, 2004 by Willie Sekula:

- in the following crop of the image above, compare the tone of the base of the new subscapulars to the bases of the inner 3 or 4 median/lesser coverts revealed in this shot; could these coverts be 2nd-generation feathers that were replaced back in the Fall, and have worn such that the distal part normally visible looks similar to the first-generation feathers?:


Update March 30: two new pics from today by Willie Sekula:



Update April 03: three new images from today by Willie Sekula:



Update April 13: three new images from April 09, by Willie Sekula:


Here are two LBBG-types from the same day, for comparison:-

LBBG #2: