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Appears to be some changing over of species at REDA as
of this morning (at least since I was last there on
Sunday)
Great Blue Heron and Killdeer numbers are definitely
increasing (counted 25 Killdeer).  The numbers of
Common Goldeneye and Canvasback seems to have dropped
in Ellis Bay.  Also did not find the Barrow's
Goldeneye reported on Sunday or the Long Tailed Ducks
that were being seen.....Could not locate any of the
Gull's that have been being seen as of late....(sorry
no limp GBBGull was seen)...still very high numbers of
gulls, but very spread out now that the ice has
melted.

Heron Pond:
(2) WOOD DUCKS, male and female
(2) REDHEAD, male and female
(6) GREEN WINGED TEAL

Dragonfly Marsh:
(1) AMERICAN BLACK DUCK
All of the Swans were present here this morning, can
not say I saw a Tundra

Josh Uffman,
St. Louis County, MO

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