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Just like everything else lately at Riverlands, the location of the
WHIMBRELS are in dispute.
They were located on the edge of the farthest mudflat.
Awaiting Randy Korotev's findings using GPS co-ordinates and US maps.

In other words.......may or may not be a true COMAL bird.

Also saw
Dunlin, Common Terns, Black Terns, Black-bellied plovers - whatever state
you want them to be.
R-N phalarope - Heron Pond this time. A TRUE MO bird.

ELSEWHERE......IN MISSOURI

Clarence Cannon NWR:
Heard COMMON MOORHENS calling

Prairie Slough CA:
heard KING RAIL calling

Katy Trail:
2 ALDER FLYCATCHERS
one YELLOW-BELLIED FLYCATCHER
3 WORM-EATING WARBLERS
and many other birds already posted.

Time for a beer or six.

Charlene Malone
Chesterfield, MO
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