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From Josh Uffman

Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.

----- Original Message -----

> Water is up a little, West Alton was completely under.  Still lots of
shorebird habitat though at the rest of REDA.
>
> Across from Heron Pond in Ellis Bay:
> 1-COMMON TERN
> 1-Unidentified Tern
> 3-Black Tern
> 8-FRANKLIN'S GULL, none in full breeding plumage, but almost.
> 2-White Rumped Sandpiper
> 2-Semipalmated Sandpiper
> 8-Dunlin
>
> Ellis Bay across from Wise Road:
> 1-Greater Yellowleg
> 17-Dunlin
> 17-Semipalmated Sandpiper
>
> Lincoln Shields:  The water is up a bit since I was there on Tuesday, so
the birds are wayyyy out there.  I could not ID any, BUT this was the
largest group I could see.  Looked to be about 200 birds, mostly peep size
with possibly some Yellowlegs mixed in.
>
>
> Josh
>
>
> Joshua Uffman
> Research Entomologist
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