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From: "Edge Wade" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2004 9:35 PM
Subject: MISSOURI BIRD ALERT--31 July 2004


> Missouri
> Statewide
> 31 July, 2004
> MOST 31.07.04
>
> Coverage:  Missouri Statewide
> Compiler and Transcriber:  Edge Wade
> E-mail: [log in to unmask]
> Compiled 31 July, 2004
>
> Species included in this alert:
> RED-NECKED GREBE
> King Rail
> PIPING PLOVER
>
> This is the Saturday, July 31, 2004 Missouri Bird Alert, a statewide
> service of the Audubon Society of Missouri, serving the birding
> community of Missouri since 1901.  The bird alert is compiled from
> reports submitted by ASM members and other birders throughout the state.
>
> This morning Bill Googe saw a PIPING PLOVER in the distribution channel
> at a level just above the willows of pool 8 at Eagle Bluffs CA, southern
> Boone Co. It wason the side opposite the the road, more up in the drier
> sand than the other shorebirds. A red band above a green one was seen on
> the right
> leg.
>
> About one hour later Mike Doyen found another PIPING PLOVER (full
> breeding plumage) about 200 yards down from where Bill found the first
> one this morning, no leg bands on the male, and he was right next to the
> road, great view and good fields notes.
>
> At about 2-2:30 this afternoon, Kathleen and Harold found 1 PIPING
> PLOVER not in breeding plumage and in the location that Bill Goodge
> described.
>
> A Piping Plover was found today in the St. Louis area near Chain of
> Rocks, on the Illinois side.
>
> At about 8:30 this morning Mark Mittleman found an immature RED-NECKED
> GREBE at Clarence Cannon NWR, Pike Co.  The bird was refound about 45
> minutes later by four Columbia birders.  It was in transitional plumage,
> appearing most like that shown by Sibley as a first winter bird.  It was
> on the west side of the north/south road leading to the levee, in the
> only open water area.  The bird flew north a few hundred yards and was
> not seen after landing.
>
> A King Rail was seen at Clarence Cannon this morning along the east/west
> road east of the road to the levee.
>
>
> Information regarding membership in the Audubon Society of Missouri may
> be obtained from Bonnie Heidy, Membership Chair, at 573-442-2191, Joyce
> Bathke, Treasurer, at 573-445-5758, or at the Audubon Society of
> Missouri webpage:  http//www.mobirds.org/
>
> Edge Wade
> Missouri Bird Alert compiler
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