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Had a chance to get out on the conservation area this afternoon. Fair
numbers of shorebirds and herons were on the observable flats. The list
follows:

Western sandpipers - Juvenile and adult
Semipalmated sandpipers - Juvenile and adult
Least sandpiper - Juvenile and adult
Stilt sandpipers
Pectorals
LB Dowitcher
Killdeer
Black-necked stilt
BC nightheron
Snowy, Great egrets
G. Blue, Little Blue, Green herons
Least terns
Black terns (finally found them CR)
Lots of swallows still present

Shane Pruett
Ten Mile Pond CA

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