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My  Wildlife Management class went to Bob Brown Conservation Area this
afternoon. From the looks of Squaw Creek, Bob Brown will be the place to
observe waterfowl this fall. From the top of the loess hills at McCormack
CA, Squaw Creek looks really dry.

Bob Brown CA:

1-Greater Yellowlegs
Wilson's Snipe (many)
Great Blue Heron
Mallards
Pintails
Green Wing Teal
Blue Wing Teal
Double Crested Cormorants on Missouri River
Song Sparrow
Northern Harriers (many)
Redtails
Eastern/Western Meadowlarks
Red Wing Blackbirds
Pied-Billed Grebes
Coots

Matt Garrett
Maryville
nodaway county


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