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Was at REDA this morning from about 9:00 am to 11:00 am.  Very little mud left and probably that will disappear as the day progresses.  An Osprey was present in a dead tree out towards Harbor Point from Lincoln Shields.  On the little bit of mud/sand that juts out from Riverlands Way there were a couple of Spotted, a couple of White-rumps, a Least, and a dozen or so Semi sandpipers along with 10 or 12 Dunlin.  Nice close looks.  There were also about 6 or 8 Franklin's Gulls.  Again, nice close views.  Heard several and finally saw a Sedge Wren.  Many Great Blue, Great, and Snowy Egrets.  Pelicans too.
Kent Lannert

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