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There was a breeding plumage American Golden Plover in the same field where
the Black-bellies and Turnstones had been yesterday.  Ran into Mike Doyen
who reported two white terns mixed in with a flock of about 35 Black Terns -
he suspected them to be Common Terns.  Although I later caught up with the
Black Terns, the white terns were no longer flying with them.
Jean Leonatti
Boone County, Columbia, MO
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