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Two scissor tails were seen in the Stockton, El Dorado Springs area
yesterday,October 10 and after reporting no hummers since last Saturday,
one appeared at our feeder yesterday.
Jan Neale
El Dorado Spings, MO  Cedar County



At 09:40 PM 10/10/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>I still see an occasional Scissor-Tail Flycatcher around--as a matter of
>fact, saw two today just east of town feeding over a recently plowed field.
>Guess the birds forgot to look at the calendar this year.
>
>Dorothy Lambert
>Nevada, Vernon County
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