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St. Louis Audubon sponsored bird walk will be at Riverlands EDA this
Saturday, Feb 2/8/03.
MEET: 9 AM at Teal Pond Parking lot (off of Wise road - first right after
the Fisca Station)
END: ~ noon to 1 PM, depending on what birds are being seen. You can leave
at any time too.
WHAT to bring: bins/person, scopes, field guides, water and if wanted, a
snack, FRS radios tuned to 11/22
WHAT to wear: Riverlands is always colder due to wind off the water, so
dress for prolonged exposure to the elements. Dress warmly and in Layers!
WHO can come: ALL are welcome......all levels of birders, non-members as
well as members.
Kids too, but please no younger than 7 yrs old. Help will be given to
beginners.
TARGET BIRDS: migrating waterfowl (Swans, geese and ducks), raptors
including eagles, gulls, sparrows (including ETS) if winds are calm, etc.
LEADERS: Jim Malone and Paul Bauer
DIRECTIONS: go to www.stlouisaudubon.org . Click on "Birding Trips" for
directions to REDA.

Contact us at the below e-mail address for any additional info.

See you there.

Good birding,
Charlene Malone
Chesterfield, MO
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P.S. To those coming to REDA from the West
I-70 Blanchette bridge in St. Charles county, two East bound lanes are
closed due to fractures in the bridge. This is possibly a temporary thing,
so check ahead.
IF still closed, take alliterative routes like Hwy 370 or Hwy 40.
Good to avoid this area if possible during AM rush hours.

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