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FYI.
Birds seen By Josh Uffman
I did NOT see the Least tern before the storm hit.

Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.
----- Original Message -----
From: "UFFMAN, JOSHUA P [AG/1000]" <[log in to unmask]>


> Very Good birding  this morning from 6-7:20AM.  Almost all in Ellis
Bay--most of the birds were really moving around:
>
> 1-AMERICAN GOLDEN PLOVER, Full Breeding Plumage, across from Wise
Road....later replaced by a Black Bellied Plover in full breeding plumage
> 1--BLACK BELLIED PLOVER, Full Breeding Plumage
> 1-STILT SANDPIPER, across from Heron Pond
> 1-Ruddy Turnstone, across from Wise Road
> 1-BLACK-NECKED STILT, across from Wise Road and later across from Heron
Pond
> 6-Sanderling, across from Heron Pond
> 2-Lesser Yellowlegs
> 2-Greater Yellowlegs
> 32-Dunlin, across from Heron Pond
> 1-Pectoral Sandpiper
> 3-Semipalmated Plover, across from Heron Pond
> ~130 Semipalmated Sandpiper
>
> 1-COMMON TERN, Full Breeding Plumage (Flying around in Ellis Bay out from
Heron Pond-after you left Joe)
> 1-LEAST TERN, in Ellis Bay across from Wise Road and across from Heron
Pond
> 1-possibly 2, Forsters Tern, only bird seen on the Lincoln Shields side,
later 1 was seen in Ellis Bay
> 2-Black Tern
>
>
> Joshua Uffman
> Research Entomologist
> 314.694.7422
> [log in to unmask]
>

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