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Jack was "swooped" by 2 Common Nighthawks this a.m. One, a female, roosted on the outer edge of a low walnut tree branch and stayed all day. She was there from 6:30 a.m. until she took flight about 7:30 p.m.  She didn't respond to the loud hammering and welding of steel going on all day only 14' under her - she must have been a very tired migrating bird to put up with all that!

Cat Foster
rural Flemington, Polk County, MO
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