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AN early morning visit to Eagle's Bluff in the rain produced some new
species:

10+ Pectoral Sandpiper (Drainage Channel by Cormorant Trees)
1 Least Sandpiper (Drainage Channel by Cormorant Trees)
3 American Golden Plover ( Pool 10)
5 Lesser Yellowlegs (Drainage Channel by Cormorant Trees)
1 Snow Goose (white Phase) (Pool 10 in corn stubble)
1 Greater Scaup (female) (Distribution channel by pool 11)

American Coot numbers appear to have more than tripled since yesterday
morning existing in multiple flocks of between 20 -50 birds. Northern
Shoveler, Green and Blue-winged Teal in reasonable numbers still. 20-30
Gadwall present. Tree swallows present in moderate numbers (30-50)

Chris Snook
Columbia, Boone Co.
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