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Greetings,
   Sometimes its not quantity but quality -- Tuesday brought the sighting of a bald eagle in the morning and sedge wrens, Henslow's sparrows, an immature peregrine falcon and whip-poor-wills in the evening.  The sedge wrens and Henslow's sparrows were in the field on the far north end of the property off Strode Road, along with the falcon. Also had lots of common nighthawks migrating north.  A good day!

Good birding,

Craig Hensley
Blue Springs, MO

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