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Thanks to Mary Ann for re-finding the INCA DOVE.
This location was just maybe 30 feet to the left of the one location where it was seen on Friday afternoon. Today, it was spooked by a passing train and flew toward the original house but did not know if it went to the feeders there.
Jim got some decent pictures. He will post if he has the time. 
 
There are also other feeders in the subdivision, so check those out too.
Sorry did not get the address, but it is just a block or two from the Harbor Grove/South Shores corner.

Saw a BALTIMORE ORIOLE at the Suet feeder of the Harbor Grove/So. Shores feeders on Saturday.
It was also seen by another St. Louis birder independently on another unknown date. The home owner said he also sees this bird at his compost piles.
Thought he also mentioned he had two such birds (??).
Keep an eye out at the Suet feeders and the other areas around this fellow's house.

Thanking him with some birdseed left at his front gate might be a nice gesture
for his patience and putting up with all the &$!#* birders trolling their neighborhood.  

Riverlands EDA.
Did NOT see the Common Loon, but re-found the Black Scoter. 
Swan numbers were low and did not see the Tundra. 
Actually, Bird numbers in general were WAY down. Guess everything was hunkered down somewhere else.

Good birding,
Charlene Malone
St. Louis co. 

BTW, 4 LONG-TAILED DUCKS at Carlyle Sewage Lagoons (NOT O'Fallon lagoons on Reider road) seen by Dan Kassebaum. Reported to me on 1.2.04.

 



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