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Another call from Eagle Bluffs CA with the latest news.  There are close to
500 shorebirds in Pool 14. For those wishing to make the trek you will need to
go across the planted field which is not too muddy. Boots would be helpful.
Scope won't do. Pool 14 is at the turnaround at the very end of the Sapp Tract.

Among the many, many peeps are Dunlin, Stilt Sandpiper, Semi-palmated Plover.

The Least Tern is still around. The wind is a bit less today at Eagle Bluffs.

Joyce for Jean Leonatti

Joyce Bathke
Columbia, Boone County

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