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From Squaw Creek NWR follow 118 or 159 going west.  It is between the two
highways near the state line of Nebraska but still in Missouri.
                           Hope this helps.
Tommie Rogers
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From: "Rosalie Peters" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, October 25, 2002 3:53 PM
Subject: Re: Big Lake Birding in NW MO


> Where in Holt county is Big Lake?  Rosalie Peters
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> >From: Tommie Rogers <[log in to unmask]>
> >Reply-To: MO Wild Bird Forum <[log in to unmask]>
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> >Subject: Big Lake Birding in NW MO
> >Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 15:03:12 -0500
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> >After birding Big Lake in Holt county 3 times during this  year, I had
> >concluded that it was a dead lake and attracted no birds.  Today was
> >completely a surprise, however, and good birding.  Shorebird habitat is
> >excellent.  I wish I had checked it 2 months ago.
> >6 Double-crested Cormorants
> >80 Am. White Pelicans
> >Pied-billed Grebes
> >200 Canada Geese (20 of these were very small, I assume Lesser)
> >300+ Gadwall
> >200+ N Shovelers
> >60 N Pintails
> >Mallards
> >40 Green-winged Teal
> >30 Ring-necked Ducks
> >70 Ruddy Ducks
> >30+ Snow Geese
> >4 Wilson's Snipe
> >4 Bonapart's gulls
> >3 Franklin's gulls
> >American Coots
> >60 Long-billed Dowitchers
> >50 greater Yellowlegs
> >8 Lesser Yellowlegs
> >12 Stilt Sandpipers
> >4 Black-bellied Plovers
> >1 Least Sandpiper
> >1 Pectoral Sandpiper
> >2 DUNLIN
> >14 Tree Swallows
> >4 Barn Swallows
> >2 BREWER's Blackbirds
> >Sparrows- Swamp, Song, Lincoln's, Am Tree Sparrow
> >1 Sharp-shinned Hawk
> >1 Red-shafted N Flicker
> >American Bittern flying above field by Squaw Creek NWR
> >                     Tommie Rogers
> >                     Holt county
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