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Yes, most of the shorebirds were gone, but toward the end of the afternoon,
we found :
4 BLACK-BELLIED PLOVERS
1 RUDDY TURNSTONE
all together out in Ellis Bay, past Heron Pond.
A few Yellowlegs here and there and had some fly-by peeps (semi-plover in
the mixed bunch)

Forest Park SLAS walk
Not that much different was seen at the Forest Park walk due to tremendous
winds and besides we don't have time to post.  That's the way it goes.
Sorry.

Charlene Malone
Chesterfield, MO
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