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Just to clarify......
That 1W Thayer's/Iceland is "most likely" a THAYER'S.
So no one can get their panties in a bunch if they go schlepping all the way
to REDA because an Iceland was reported. The ID was not 100%  due to lack of
light.

Nitie-nite,
Charlene Malone

----- Original Message -----
From: "Charlene and Jim Malone" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Saturday, December 18, 2004 6:59 PM
Subject: CA GULL still at REDA 12/18/04


> DAVE ROGLES re-found the adult CALIFORNIA GULL in the gull roost tonight
> at
> Riverlands EDA, St. Charles co. Typical place where the gull roost forms,
> Ellis Bay just past Heron Pond.
> Dave and I were "discussing" (haha) one 1W bird Thayer's/Iceland type.
> There
> was not enough light to positively ID this bird. The primaries looked to
> light for me, but again the light petered out.
> Didn't see the Glaucous, unless Dave found it at the dam.
> Gull-o-philes will be in 7th heaven to try to find that other zootie that
> I
> think might be there.
>
> At least one female BLACK SCOTER is still around
>
> Lot more ducks and the swan numbers are up to at least 56.
>
> Wind strong and the water choppy..... typical winter day at REDA.
> Will be a dandy day to view birds tomorrow. ;-)
>
> Safe Driving,
> Charlene Malone
> St. Louis co.
>
>

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