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At this point I am going to retract the reported sighting until I can
determine via the photos what exactly it was . . . . .

Thanks for the help,
Cat Foster
cat89tlccenturytel.net

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From: Robert Fisher <[log in to unmask]>
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Date: Thursday, April 17, 2003 10:49 AM
Subject: Re: Any Suggestions?


Cat Foster asks:

I had hoped for some comments on the Prairie Falcon. Are these common here?

Prairie Falcons are rare, but regular, in appropriate open country habitats
in Western Missouri in winter -- i.e. November to mid-March. To see one
anywhere in Missouri in April seems very unusual to me.


Bob Fisher
Independence, Missouri
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