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  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Fred L. Young 
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  Sent: Friday, October 11, 2002 2:26 PM


  Four Old Men birded Baker Wetlands south of Lawrence, KS.,Thursday at the east entrance  where the following were seen sparrows: Song, Nelson's Sharp-tailed, LeConte's, White-throated, and Lincoln's; Marsh and Sedge Wrens; and numerous Yellow-rumped Warblers. 

  We also birded Clinton and Perry Lakes.  Hugh flocks of White Pelicans and Franklin Gulls
  were seen along with Ring-billed and Bonaparte's Gulls.

  What impressed us most was the small numbers of ducks and geese. 

  flyoung
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