Would help if people say about WHERE it was last seen, to further help those that are going to be looking for the bird.
 
We saw the bird at ~ 7:30 AM initially when it vocalized in the front 20 feet of the White Pine stand of trees.... near the end of the trail loop as it comes back to the road. 
As the crowd grew, the bird worked itself a bit farther into the Pine forest (about 100 feet from the road) Always remaining near the top 10 feet of the trees.
 
Many thanks in advance.
 
Good Nutcracker seeking.
 
Charlene Malone
Chesterfield, MO/St. Louis co
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P.S. maps of Busch are in the postbox type stand as one enters the CA.
maps to Busch are on http://wgnss.org
 
P.S.S. Deer hunting (bowhunting) starts again after Christmas at Busch CA.  
    
 
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From: [log in to unmask] href="mailto:[log in to unmask]">Grant, Mike
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Sent: Sunday, December 22, 2002 8:48 AM
Subject: Re: Clark's Nutcracker in St. Charles Co.

Clark's Nutcracker is still here at Pine Trail

Mike Grant

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