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The nighthawks on the CMSU campus have been "signing" for over a week.  Pretty
neat to go through twice a day, and hear their "peent" over & over.

Lynn Miller
Lone Jack,MO
Jackson CO

Quoting Michael & Jo Ellen Thelen <[log in to unmask]>:

> 3 COMMON NIGHTHAWK flew over the Powder Valley Nature Center in St. Louis
> County, roughly south to north and just ahead of the thunderstorm, around 7
> p.m. this evening.  Seen by this reporter, Dave Rabenau, Torrey Berger et al.
>
> Mike Thelen
> St. Louis County, MO
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