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Looks as if there will be several CBCs this weekend all around MO including
the Mingo NWR Count which has the likelihood of tallying over 100 species
The Carlyle Lake Count in Central SW IL got 108 species, so over 100 species
could be likely in other more northern counts as well.
BTW, STL birders, Long Eared owls were found on the east side and a dead one
along the road was found near Hazlet State Park.
NO zootie loons or gulls seen on the actual count day, but a PINE WARBLER
was seen with pictures taken by Travis Mahan.
http://www.monroe.k12.il.us/websites/dkassebaum/report.htm

Check out the St. Louis Audubon website for area CBCs.
Pere Marquette (IL) count is tomorrow (contact Joe Walsh at 636-343-6875)
Also, don't forget the CLARENCE CANNON NWR count on 12/30/04 (see
www.mobirds.org for info on this count) Scott Schuette said they really need
people up there, so please try to help.

With this front coming in this weekend, there could be some interesting
birds seen.

Stay warm and good counting,
Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.

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